SMEs in certain sectors can benefit from a tax credit to support the integration of IT in their business processes.
Do you have an SME in the primary, secondary, manufacturing, wholesale or retail sector? Are you considering a technological investment as part of an IT integration project, such as purchasing a software package or electronic equipment? You could be eligible for a tax credit for the integration of IT in SMEs.
Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is the business partner you need to support your initiative and obtain this tax incentive. We know that it’s not always easy to find your way through the maze of procedures required to obtain tax incentives.
Our approach reduces your intervention throughout the process. Our one-stop shop helps you obtain your Investissement Québec (IQ) certification to maximize what you receive all whilst minimizing your involvement.
Briefly, the CTIM:
- A tax measure managed by Investissement Québec.
- The credit represents 16% of the costs of a qualified IT integration contract, including the purchase of a software package and electronic equipment.
- For Quebec SMEs in the primary, secondary, wholesale and retail sectors.
Go to the Investissement Québec website for more information on this tax measure.
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24 Jul 2018 | Written by :