Misunderstandings related to the program's ever-evolving requirements and the state of the art in a specific field of science or technology can lead to lengthy, stressful, and uncomfortable meetings with technical and financial reviewers.
The SR&ED program is not a simple tax schedule; it is a complex dance among intellectual property, engineering, and accounting that should not be taken lightly. Several large and fundamental evolutions to the policy and procedures related to this program have become effective in the last few years. Also during this time, the number of annual claimants has risen dramatically. Together, the new claimants and requirements have spawned a requirement for the CRA to hire more dedicated staff to support the program.
The CRA is tackling the issues related to program compliance through impressive education and continuing-education campaigns. However, the CRA staff faces several restrictions relating to the numbers of people that they can reach when compounded with their normal workload. It is the goal of this book to further the education of the CRA through targeting streams of new graduates and professionals looking to learn more about the program.
It is the authors sincere hope that this knowledge will increase the average quality of an SR&ED claim with respect to technology, finance, and legal matters. This increase in knowledge will result in fewer questionable SR&ED claims and thus fewer uncomfortable situations with the CRA.
This work is intended to save Canadians time, money, and frustration with respect to our premier federal innovation-incentive program.
The book details topics related to program eligibility, sufficient documentation, technical writing, financial aspects, how to file a claim, and how to survive a review.
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About the Author
Mr. Dorombozi has completed several hundred SR&ED claims for small and large businesses in fields from agricultural greenhouses to aerospace, biochemical to fabrics, and everywhere in between. Mr. Dorombozi founded his own company, RD3 Inc., in 2010. This company is dedicated strictly to SR&ED education, claims compilation, and claim defense in the event of a CRA review.
Mr. Dorombozi, his company, his employees, and strategic partners are all dedicated to supporting businesses, accounting firms, and the CRA staff in the various SR&ED offices across Canada.