Join us for a comprehensive presentation on SR&ED credits. During this two hour seminar our speakers will take you through the planning process of applying for a SR&ED Tax Credit, how the 2012 Federal Budget will impact SR&ED claims, and steps you can take to improve your chances of success.
Occasionally, SR&ED claims are rejected for a variety of reasons. We’ll also discuss what to do if the claim is rejected, determine if the CRA is has erred in reviewing the claim, and how to use expert witnesses to support your claim.
The seminar is ideally suited for business owners, executives including Chief Financial Officers and Vice-Presidents of Finance, Controllers and other in-house accounting department staff, in-house counsel, in-house tax department staff, and engineers involved with SR&ED.
For those wishing to attend from outside of Winnipeg, the seminar will be simultaneously broadcast via webinar.
Ed Zacharuk (KPMG)
For over 22 years, Ed has serviced clients in Western Canada with the planning, preparation, filing and audit defence of their SR&ED claims. He has significant experience assisting companies to identify projects eligible for SR&ED and Interactive Digital Media tax credits and other available government funding options, critiquing their project descriptions, and helping write the descriptions. Ed has extensive experience in accounting and taxation, having served over 400 clients in the hardware, software, power technology, new media, biotechnology and telecommunications sectors at various stages in their life cycle. Ed is actively involved as a Board Member with Wavefront, the British Columbia Technology Industries Association (BCTIA) and has chaired the BC Export Awards for the last four years.
His work has included challenges to complex tax avoidance techniques involving large corporate transactions, international taxation and interpretation of tax treaties. Most recently, Jeff had been advising the Aggressive Tax Planning Division of CRA involving some of the most significant tax matters in the Prairie region. He also sat on the National Tax Avoidance Committee for Justice Canada.