Scientific Research & Experimental Development Workshop
The Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) program is a federal tax incentive program administered by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) that encourages research and development at the business level. It offers refundable and non-refundable tax credits for expenditures on eligible work done in Canada. First-time applicants and older applicants alike are encouraged to attend the workshop to find out what they have been missing.
WHY SHOULD I ATTEND?
This workshop will help you to:
- understand the implications of SR&ED and remain competitive;
- understand what work you’re doing that may qualify;
- identify opportunities to get involved with the program;
- document and keep records;
- quantify your work in terms of cost and;
- utilize the forms.
If you are considering or currently working on a project that involves developing new products or improving on existing products, devices, materials or manufacturing processes, this is your chance to speak with a subject matter expert and meet up with other individuals engaged in similar work.
Date and Times:
Wednesday, October 13th
Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic – Lunenburg, NS
12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
About the instructor:
Greg MacDonald, P.Eng, BSc ME
Senior Manager, National SR&ED Halifax
Ph: 902.421.6225 Email: [email protected]
- Leads Ernst & Young’s Atlantic Canada SR&ED Tax Credit practice assisting clients prepare and defend claims in diverse technologies such as manufacturing / processing, technology, energy, and telecommunications.
- Joined SR&ED team at Ernst & Young in 2005 following 12 years working directly in and providing consulting services to various manufacturing industries including automotive, metal fabrication, food and consumer goods.
- Technical experience in: design of components and processes, brewing, industrial engineering, and lean manufacturing
- Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of New Brunswick
If you would like to attend or register an employee, please contact Chip Dickison or Toba Offman by calling 902.423.2378 or emailing them by clicking on their name. Lunch is included and there is no charge for attendance but you must register by Thursday, October 7th.
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