The Z-Book On Scientific Research & Experimental Development by Zafar Siddiqui CA
Deserving is Not Enough

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"Why should you want to read The Z-Book?

This book is designed to give an overview of the SR&ED Program of the Canadian Tax Credits & Refunds System to the busy executive and the business owner/manager. In order to keep the Canadian businesses competitive in the present global market, the Canadian government offers one of the most generous incentives to Canadian businesses to encourage them to engage in scientific research and experimental development
(SR&ED). It is also available to foreign corporations conducting SR&ED in Canada. It is estimated that only a very small fraction of those eligible actually apply for this credit. It is also estimated that in the
last fiscal year tax credits running into billions of dollars were approved, including refunds to eligible businesses. There is no upper limit set by the Government as to the amount of tax credits it is willing to give to eligible businesses with regard to SR&ED.

This information might make it worthwhile for you to take the time to read this book because it talks about millions of dollars in potential tax benefits and possibly cash refunds to you and to your business over the years and in some cases even in just one year!"

About Zafar Siddiqui CA

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ZAFAR SIDDIQUI, CA, CPAZafar is a Canadian Chartered Accountant and a CPA from California. He has worked for Ernst & Young, PepsiCo, Inc., and Toyota/Lexus, controling operations with US$1.4 billion in revenue and 1,800 employees. Zafar is engaged in Public Accounting practice at ZHS in Toronto, Canada.ZAK SIDDIQUI, B. Eng.Zak has an engineering degree from San Jose State University, California. He brings in world-class research and development expertise from the Silicon Valley where he worked for Apple, Inc. and for other technology companies. He has been instrumental getting their SR&ED claims approved. Zak runs the SR&ED division of ZHS.
Published May 18, 2011 by iUniverse. 144 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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