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Research and development tax services

Canada offers some of the world’s richest, most broadly applicable R&D tax incentives — worth up to 82% of the development costs for new or improved products and/or processes. All technology-based companies developing new or improved technology have a basis for an R&D claim, as do all manufacturing-based companies developing or improving products or processes. In many cases, they may be eligible for much more than they imagined.

With practitioners who are fluently trilingual in engineering, tax and CRA, we can assist public or private companies who are working to enhance their products and services through the development of new technologies, products or processes realize a sizable R&D tax credit. It’s a no-risk proposition: only a few hours of time with your senior technical people will allow us to uncover more opportunities than you previously imagined. We’ve helped hundreds of businesses — from manufacturers to software developers and everything in between — get credit for their innovations for current and past-year activities. 

For more information, please e-mail us. 

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