Tax credit seminars focus on plastics
The guidance document for plastics companies interested in Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED)...
September 25, 2003 by Canadian Plastics
The guidance document for plastics companies interested in Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) tax credits has been updated, and three workshops are planned in Quebec to introduce the document and to help companies take advantage of the SR&ED program.
The guidance document is the work of Canada Customs and Revenue Agency and the Canadian Plastics Industry Association.
The workshops will cover how to recognize SR&ED-eligible work, supporting a claim, and will provide industry-specific examples.
The full-day sessions are scheduled for Oct. 15 in Quebec City (in French), Oct. 21 in Montreal (in English), and Nov. 5 in Boucherville, QC (in French). Contact CPIA Quebec Region at 514-499-0500 for further details or to register.