SR&ED

PLANNING AND CLAIMS

Are you looking into applying to a Scientific Research and Experimental Development Tax Incentive Program from either the Canadian or Quebec government? The process might seem a bit daunting at first, but Cilex can help you through it with:
 

  • Details on the available programs and their prerequisites.
     

  • An assessment of your operations to determine which expenses could qualify for SR&ED tax incentives.
     

  • Guidance through the process of filling out the T661 form, SR&ED Expenditures Claim.

More specifically,

Cilex will examine your operations and assess whether your projects are eligible for SR&ED tax incentives. This process, divided in three steps, will be carried out in cooperation with you and your staff:

Step 1 – First meeting to outline the SR&ED program and visit the work environment (factory, workshop, laboratory, etc.) related to the SR&ED projects.

Step 2 – Evaluation of SR&ED projects and eligible spending, gathering any information relevant to the projects (all evidence, technical documentation, and details required for the forms).

Step 3 – Drafting of technical reports.

Please note that Cilex does not offer accounting guidance for the financial aspect of the tax incentive claim for SR&ED. This part will have to be handled by your accountant.

 

Cost?

The first 3 hours of consultation are free of charge.

Excess time will be billed at a rate of $100 per hour.

 

Some examples of supported innovative projects:
 

  • Experimental development in the assembly of aircraft frames and wings.
     

  • Experimental development of new materials and components of aeronautical systems and technologies.
     

  • Experimental development in the method and manufacturing process of aeronautics.
     

  • Experimental development in aircraft maintenance and cleaning.
     

  • Experimental development of mechanical, electrical and industrial technologies and equipment.
     

  • Experimental development of new textile products, processes and manufacturing techniques.
     

  • Development of new products, processes and manufacturing techniques in the food industry (food, beverages).
     

  • Development of new products, processes and manufacturing techniques in the pharmaceutical and chemical industry.
     

  • Development of new products, processes and manufacturing techniques in the pulp and paper industry.
     

  • Development of new products, processes and manufacturing techniques in the electric and electronic industry (tools and devices).

 

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