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[Infographic] Everything You Need to Know About US Research & Experimentation Tax Credits

Dec 05 2016
By: boastcapital
Categories: Innovation Funding, News
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US R&E BannerThe US Research & Experimentation Tax Credit or R&D Tax Credit is a general business tax credit under Internal Revenue Code section 41 for companies that incur research and development (R&D) costs in the United States. The US R&D tax credit has been around since 1981.

However, it has never been permanent – it would periodically expire and be renewed by Congress. Companies wishing to include this in their long-term budgeting plans couldn’t count on the credit being around for certain. Additionally, many companies couldn’t benefit from the credit since they didn’t owe federal income tax or were subject to the alternative minimum tax (AMT).

In 2015, the Congress made the R&D tax credit permanent and also made key changes so that more companies can benefit from the credit.

We know that this program can seem complicated for first-time claimers so we attempted to simplify it into an easy-to-read infographic.

If you have any questions, get in touch with us. We are more than happy to explain the program in more detail for your unique needs.

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When is your project eligible for SR&ED?

Apr 07 2016
By: boastcapital
Categories: Innovation Funding, SRED Resources
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Is your project eligible for SR&ED?

Companies tend to organize themselves around the execution of business projects. The team will execute on a plan to fulfill the technical requirements for a particular business project in order to meet certain commercial objectives of the company. When a company wants to claim SR&ED on a project, they view their work through a commercial viewpoint and consider the business project to be a SR&ED project. 

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Impact of the 2016 Canadian Federal Budget on Innovation Funding and SR&ED

Mar 22 2016
By: boastcapital
Categories: Innovation Funding, News, SRED Resources
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Canadian Federal Budget 2016

The Canadian Liberal Finance Minister tabled his first federal budget on March 22, 2016. The focus was on economic growth and job creation as promised during the Liberal election campaign. So no big surprises in the budget but there were some surprising consequences to meeting the election promises, mainly the 3x larger budget deficit which ballooned to $29.4 billion dollars for 2017 fiscal year.

The budget focused on economic growth, job creation and a strong middle class, the minister outlined plans to make investments in infrastructure, health care, postsecondary education, innovation, clean energy, and to introduce a Canada Child Benefit program.

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