In the Federal Budget 2022, Ottawa announced its plans to review its Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) program, with a primary goal of improving Canada’s ranking on research and development.
Many Canadian organizations often ask, “How will SR&ED impact my business’s taxes?” This article outlines what to expect.
The two most common Canadian government research funding initiatives are IRAP and SR&ED, but how do they differ, and which can best support your business?
Many Canadian businesses do not take advantage of the SR&ED tax credit program because they believe their project and/or costs are not eligible, but this belief is often guided by common misconceptions.
Find out how your Alberta business can stack tax credits from the federal SR&ED funding program and the Innovation Employment Grant (IEG).
Can your business receive SR&ED tax credits as a non-Canadian business? How about if you’re doing R&D work outside of Canada? The answers to these questions may surprise you.
Optimize the amount of Canadian government funding your project can receive by stacking multiple federal and provincial grants, loans, and tax credits.
Canada has released the 2022 federal budget. This blog highlights the key aspects that may impact your business.
Want to know how your business can receive tax credits for natural and organic R&D projects in the food and beverage industry? Read on about how SR&ED funding is commonly used in the agribusiness landscape.
Canadian government funding programs are used strategically to fund business activities via government grants, loans, tax incentives, and more