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F6S can help you with your tax credit claim
The SRED calculator will estimate how much money your company or startup could save by applying for SR&ED tax credits. Many of our clients use it to estimate how much they can get back from their development costs, which are eligible for SR&ED tax credits.
The first step is to determine whether or not your company is a Canadian-controlled Private Corporation (CCPC). The amount you get back for your SR&ED claim can change significantly depending on the answer.
The CRA gives Canadian-controlled Private Corporations (CCPCs) a higher SR&ED refund than non-Canadian controlled private corporations (who can receive a non-refundable credit), people (proprietorships), or trusts. Partnerships are ineligible for the SR&ED programme since they’re not a taxpayer, however a tax credit can be provided to the individual members.
The SR&ED tax credit calculator is a helpful tool, but it can’t replace expert consultant advice or consider all factors to maximize your SR&ED tax credit. A few of these limitations or assumptions the SR&ED tax calculator has in calculating your SR&ED tax credits are:
After our SR&ED consultants have confirmed your eligibility, we investigate all of the ways you can maximize how much money you get back from the government. F6S' SR&ED experts are available to provide you with a free SR&ED consultation to help you find these areas so you get more money back.
Many of F6S' startup founder clients rely on SR&ED services and related financial services to keep their businesses afloat. Our expert consultants help minimise delays or questions to ensure that your eligibility is confirmed and your claim is properly prepared before sending it to the CRA. We have a 100% success record and are always happy to provide free advice on your SR&ED eligibility or any other questions.
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