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R&D tax credit myths

Webinar: How To Get $250k From The IRS For Your R&D Spend

Tuesday, June 26, 2018 at 11am PT

Each year the US government provides over 10 billion dollars to businesses for developing new or improving existing technologies, products and materials under the R&D tax credit program. The credits can be applied towards payroll taxes owing up to $250k per year, or to reduce any taxes owing. The program can be complicated to navigate. This webinar aims to unravel the mystery. Read More.

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Traction Conf 2018

Aug 8 & 9, 2018 • JW Marriott Parq

Boast Capital is proud to co-host Traction conference, bringing founders and leaders from the fastest growing companies like LinkedIn, Atlassian, Asana, Twilio, MongoDB, Instacart, AppDynamics, Trello and more to share their learnings from scaling up. Read More.

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Past Events

How to Use Documentation & Time Tracking to Maximize Your SR&ED Claims

May 3, 2018 at 11am PT • Webinar

Each year the Canadian government provides over 10 billion dollars to businesses for developing new or improving existing technologies, products and materials under the SR&ED tax credit program. Businesses can recover up to 64% of their R&D spend as a cash refund. However, inadequate documentation and time tracking are the most common reasons the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) denies SR&ED claims. Join this webinar to learn how to automate your SR&ED documentation and time tracking to maximize your claims. Register here.

R&D tax credit myths

Webinar: How To Get $250k From The IRS For Your R&D Spend

Thursday, Feb 15, 2018 at 11am PT

Each year the US government provides over 10 billion dollars to businesses for developing new or improving existing technologies, products and materials under the R&D tax credit program. The credits can be applied towards payroll taxes owing up to $250k per year, or to reduce any taxes owing. The program can be complicated to navigate. This webinar aims to unravel the mystery. Read More.