CPIA, KPMG seek survey input for tax incentive program
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The Canadian Plastics Industry Association (CPIA) has teamed with KPMG to prepare a short survey that will form par...
The Canadian Plastics Industry Association (CPIA) has teamed with KPMG to prepare a short survey that will form part of the CPIAs submissions to a Department of Finance undertaking designed to improve Canadas Scientific Research and Experimental Development tax incentive program.
Because this program is so important to business in Canada, [we] aim to help the Department of Finance hear from as many companies as possible, the CPIA said.
In addition to forwarding the survey results to the Department of Finance, the CPIA said that it would also share the information with the Canadian Manufacturing Coalition to help craft a sector-wide response.
According to the CPIA, the survey has been created in a user-friendly, multiple-choice style, and should take approximately 15 minutes to complete. The survey can be accessed at this link.
KPMGs analysis of the survey responses will be provided to the Department of Finance by November 30, 2007. Individual responses will be treated in confidence.
KPMG, a Canadian limited liability partnership established under the laws of Ontario, is the Canadian member firm affiliated with KPMG International, a global network of professional firms providing audit, tax, and advisory services.