Seminar on the technological aspects of the SR&ED program – Toronto

  • Can you claim hours spent for project management, for training or for writing documentation as eligible SR&ED expenses?
  • Do you know how to define the start of a SR&ED project?
  • Must you absolutely use a timesheet system to claim SR&ED?
  • Can you claim work done by a subcontractor?
  • What tools can you use to simplify the collection of data to prepare your SR&ED claim?
  • Do you know what activities are eligible for the SR&ED program?
  • Do you know what your role is in SR&ED?
  • Do you know what inspectors expect?
  • Do you know if a technical resource can automatically be claim in SR&ED?

If you don’t have the answer to all of those questions, you risk losing your full potential for tax credits.

This event will be held on Tuesday, July 5th 2016, from 9 am to noon at Emergex’s office in Oakville.

To reserve a spot, contact Lysanne at 905-849-3033 #590.

Because places are limited, reservations are taken on a first-come, first-served basis.


Tuesday, July 5th 2016 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 AM


Emergex SR&ED Subsidies (Toronto)
2275 Upper Middle Road East, #101
Oakville Ontario L6H 0C3


Louis Côté, Hint innovation

Louis Côté, Hint innovation

Allow me to tip my hat to Emergex for the tour de force that represents the technological description of our SR&ED projects, which I find of outstanding quality.