The registration fees shown on line 441b are indexed on January 1, 2020. The amount for co-ops will increase from $41 to $42, the amount for non-profit corporations (registered association), a consortium of condominium and association welfare associations from $35 to $36 and the amount for businesses, mutuals and other entities from $90 to $92. The Canada Revenue Agency has asked us to remind our clients that it is important to enter the association code on Schedule 23, Agreement Among Associated Canadian-Controlled Private Corporations to Allocate the Business Limit. Therefore, for every return on investment submitted, we ask you to verify that the association code has correctly entered schedule 23 line 300. The rating agency said that if this information is not entered, the processing of the return will be delayed. In the June 17, 2019 communication on how to amend the Income Tax Act, paragraph 110, paragraph 1, e) ITA, was added to allow a company, in calculating its taxable income, the amount of the benefit considered by the subject for an unqualified guarantee under a stock option agreement for staff. , to go away. For more information, see the june 17, 2019 release amending the Income Tax Act. You must divide the entire SR-ED spending limit in column 4B between eligible associated entities in column 4, the expense limit assigned.
Column B, patent number, was added to the table in section 5.1. Section 5.2 was added to include a brief description of the valuation method used to determine the value increase that adds the qualified patented feature to the skilled property. In addition, a table was added to the new section 5.3 to indicate the qualified research and development expenses paid by the company and associated companies for the five-year period prior to the fiscal year covered and for which these companies were eligible for a research and development tax credit. In the case of a client file rollforward, the data from columns F to C is stored in columns E to B, and column F must be closed. The custom "Identification" part has only been added to the screen. The answers to the questions Is the paid-up capital for the previous fiscal year, including that of members of an associated group, less than $15 million? and does the number of paid hours of its employees, calculated for the fiscal year, exceed 5,000 or is the capital company in the primary or manufacturing sector? is defined when the company`s qualified or reported expenses are generated. In column 4 of Column 3, enter the amount of the spending limit allocated to any company with a type of business code "1." When a CCPC has more than one tax year that ends in a calendar year and for more than one of those years is tied to another CCPC with a fiscal year ending in the same calendar year, the spending limit for the second tax year (then) is equal to the spending limit set for the first tax year ending in the calendar year. , subject to forecast, if the fiscal year is less than 51 weeks.