Ryan Talks Tax Podcast | Episode 14 | Scientific Research and Experimental Development in Canada

Ryan Talks Tax Podcast | Episode 14

The Ryan Talks Tax Podcast is designed to keep you up to date on the latest developments in Canadian tax and government funding initiatives.  Listen to our experts discuss emerging issues, significant legislative changes, and recent government announcements.

In Episode 14, we discuss the Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) tax credit that is available for Canadian corporate income tax purposes, including the history of the program, eligibility criteria, and what constitutes technological uncertainty.

Our guests provide several examples of qualifying projects as well as sound advice on how taxpayers can maximize the amount of government support received for their research and development work.

 

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Guests

David Douglas
Principal and Practice Leader, Scientific Research and Experimental Development
david.douglas@ryan.com

Mohamed Parpia
Director, Scientific Research and Experimental Development
mohamed.parpia@ryan.com

Fadi Wehbe
Director, Scientific Research and Experimental Development
fadi.wehbe@ryan.com

Jeffrey Stewart
Senior Manager, Scientific Research and Experimental Development
jeffrey.stewart@ryan.com

Laura Ranieri
Manager, Scientific Research and Experimental Development
laura.ranieri@ryan.com

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