The first step when you find out that your SR&ED tax credit claim has been reviewed by the CRA (Canada Revenue Agency) is to read and understand the CRA concerns pointed out in the SR&ED Review letter. Usually there are three types of documents being requested by the CRA: 1-General information about the business such as organization chart or business registration. 2-Technical documents … [Read more...] about How to Prepare For Your CRA SR&ED Review?
Strategic editing is necessary for tightening up SR&ED claims and lowering the overall CRA (Canada Revenue Agency) audit or review risk. Following are some trigger words that shall be removed from your project titles and technical narratives: Words to be avoided when writing SR&ED Claims: 1-Try and Error Trial and Error involves execution of number of tests in any order and not making it … [Read more...] about SR&ED Claims: CRA Review Triggering Words
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is investing for creation of start-up companies in Canada. As well, the CRA wants to give Canadian companies a leading edge when it comes to developing new technologies, materials and products. One of the ways that they have found to provide further incentive to entrepreneurs is through their SR&ED tax credits program (the T661 claim form). The program allows a … [Read more...] about SR&ED Tax Credits: Tips On Making a Claim
The objective of SR&ED Tax Credits (Scientific Research and Experimental Development) program aims at encouraging research and development in Canada. The initiative of SRED is further motivated by the provision to make claims for expenses on eligible research and development work or project done in Canada. The submission of the claims is done using the T661 form. Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), … [Read more...] about SR&ED Tax Credits and Importance of Supporting Evidences