SR&ED Conference Call with Russ Roberts, Senior VP, Tax and Finance, CATAAlliance: Register Today for Important Updates on New Requirements
November 19, 2008

Join a group of your colleagues on Thursday, November 27th for an expertly moderated Conference Call on the changed status of Canada's SR&ED program. Our focus is on best practices that help optimize the claiming process, and to also discuss trends, risks and challenges.We will also provide some important updates arising from CATA’s recent advocacy work.

The Conference Call will specifically address and respond to questions on:

“The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) released its new “simplified” T661 Form and T4088 Guide to Form T661, today.  These documents, written in “plain language”, contain significant departures from previous forms and guides in terms of terminology, tone and content.  The Guide spells out much more clearly documentation requirements.  Project descriptions will be required to be filed for all projects claimed, not just for the top 20 projects…”
Please click HERE to view our CATAAlliance SR&ED Update.

Participants will also receive a special impact analysis briefing note after the Call.   The Conference Call is a uniquely interactive meeting of invitation-only executives who will also be invited to CATA's Private SR&ED Forum to extend the information sharing, access to briefing material and peer exchanges.


How to respond to new SR&ED Tax Credits requirements for my company?    

     Featuring Keynote Moderator: Russ Roberts, Sr. VP, CATAAlliance   
     Thursday, November 27th, 2008 
     9:00am - 10:00am     
     Conference Call format

Due to the number of requests typically received a second call may also organized in this area of interest at a later date.  

++ Action Item: To Register please send your contact information to: with SR&ED in the Header, who will then forward your call in number and access code. Note that the Call-in Registration fee is $35 for CATA members and $95 for Non Members. Fees are reinvested in ourresearch programs, inclusive of SR&ED advocacy.