Has your SR&ED claim been denied and you don't know what to do? Bond Consulting can help.
Believe it or not, you could have a better chance of approval with the Tax Court of Canada over CRA audit or CRA appeals.
After you have filed your Notice of Objection, you can wait for a verdict that can take as long as 2 years, or wait only 90 days and then file directly with the Courts.
You can file as Informal Procedure if you don't mind the $25,000 fiscal year limit. If your denial is substantially above this amount, you will want to consider General Procedure. The Informal Procedure is still court with a real tax court judge, but you don't have to go through the arduous, and potentially expensive discoveries process.
Whether Informal or General Procedure, you will find the following advantages in Tax Court.
Bond Consulting has partnered up with Barrett Tax Law to provide the best possible representation of your case. Bond Consulting provides the policy expertise and Barrett ensures expert navigation of the court and litigation system.
Bond starts off by assessing your chances of success. As always, Bond will not lead you down a futile path when your chances to prevail are slim. If we find that your case has merit, we will provide you with a fair proposal, and we will explain the whole process to you.