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Technology Money? Turning over every stone! SR&ED, $ Gov. Support and Capital Preservation.


Why have many technology companies not capitalized on R&D Tax Rebates and the Billions of Dollars available in Federal/Provincial Government Support programs? Once the money is gained you need to preserve your capital. An entrepreneurial perspective!
Time: Ongoing Seminars and Webinars - Please register by email or phone.
Place: Gateway Executive Office
300 March Road (4th Floor)
(613) 599-8065 (To Register)
Free Parking
Cost: $25 for OCRI Members
$40 for Non-Members

8:00AMTechnology Money!
8:15SR/ED Scientific Research and
Experimental Development Rebates. Why 50% of technology companies miss or get less of a rebate than they should!
8:45Government Support Programs: Navigating the complexities of programs to get money for your company. IRAP is not a music format! The NRC wants to help you grow!
9:00Investment Trusts help angel and technology investors plan their investments to minimize tax and maximize returns. Will you be over-taxed?
9:15Questions and Answers

David Hayes, the CEO of Technology Brokers International, introduces several keynote speakers who are experts in technology money. Tom West's 20 years of expertise regarding technology Taxation issues, will speak about the Myths and Realities of SR/ED rebates and how you can maximize your return even if you have already submitted your SR/ED claim.

Betty Moore is a technology veteran who is the CEO of Ignition Point and as a popular technology adviser has been featured in many articles in the Ottawa Citizen. She has earned the trust and respect in gaining IRAP benefits as well as having worked with the NRC becoming highly familiar with how companies can partner with the NRC to help build technology.

Why is it that millions of dollars in venture capital is well planned but investors do not have their own investment trust plans. Bell-Baker, LLP is one of Ottawa's leading Law firms and are capital preservation experts. Marty Owens, managing partner, will discuss estate planning for hi-tech investors and executives with special emphasis on the necessity of planning for the future, through the use of trusts and other tax planning vehicles.