Braithwaite Technology Consultants Inc. can assist you in obtaining tax credits for research and development activities. We take the uncertainty out of the filing process and relieve pressure on internal resource requirements.
Our consultants each have many years of experience with the SR&ED tax credit program. Some are former Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) reviewers. They can help you in every step of the way: identifying eligible activities, preparing claim forms, gathering and keeping documentation and defending claims during audits. more 
Braithwaite Technology Consultants Inc. assists its clients in tax credit recovery in Canada through the application of its knowledge of the Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED or SRED) program. Our staff have diverse backgrounds, with professional experience in providing advice on SR&ED matters focusing on technology, taxation, finance and accounting.
This site provides information on who we are, what we do and identifies the consultants that make up our firm. It also provides access to our knowledge base of written materials related to the SR&ED tax credit program, and other programs that provide financing for R&D. Links are provided to sites on the Internet where you can learn more. A number of topics on the SR&ED program are covered, and you are encouraged to search our knowledge base to find what you need. We welcome your feedback. Write to us or contact us by telephone.
Companies leaving money on the table
The federal government provides $3 billion dollars in funding claims made under the SR&ED tax credit program. It is estimated that there is almost $2 billion dollars in funding that goes unclaimed, because companies are not aware of the program, or are not aware of the types of activities that are eligible for funding.
A common misconception is the belief that the SR&ED tax credit program was created exclusively for the high-tech sector. SR&ED is not performed in laboratories only. It can happen in an office behind a computer or on the shop floor.
When modifying a product to make it more durable or precise or when altering an internal process to make it more profitable or efficient, workers are not necessarily “just doing their job”. The work they are doing may actually be experimental development and might qualify for an SR&ED tax credit. more