The announcement was made Feb. 21.
AWC’s SR&ED percentage reflects the commission’s investment in research and development projects that meet the criteria laid out by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) over the 2016-17 year.
The federal SR&ED program encourages R&D investment through tax-based incentives, giving claimants tax credits for their expenditures on eligible R&D work. AWC research investments focus on genetic and agronomic improvements aimed at improving the long-term profitability of Alberta’s wheat producers.
Farm individuals should use form T2038 (IND) to claim this credit when filing their taxes and farm corporations must use form T2SCH31.
For more information, contact the Canada Revenue Agency directly, or visit the CRA website at http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/txcrdt/sred-rsde/clmng/clmngsrd-eng.html.