The tax doctrine dedicated to the Tax Credit for Collaborative Research (CICo) was published on April 13, 2023 and a public consultation has been opened on the subject.
Among the documents highlighted is theeligibility of organizations and expensesfrom calculation tax credit and its use, as well as reporting obligations.
Today, many research and knowledge dissemination organizations (ORDCs) and reporting companies are wondering about the CICo, which is tending to become a tax credit in its own right. The notion of intellectual property resulting from collaborative research also raises legitimate questions.
G.A.C. Group joins forces with Hauts-de-France Innovation Développement (HDFID) to give you all the answers.
Our innovation tax experts will address the following key points:
- Eligibility conditions and links with the CIR
- Nature of eligible costs and calculation methods
- Contractualization required by CICo
- Sharing work and results
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Experts and special guests
François-Xavier holds a Master's degree in Private Law and a specialized Master's degree in "Juriste et Management International", and has been developing his expertise in research taxation for the past ten years. Today, he is head of the Innovation Tax Business Unit at G.A.C., where he is constantly on the lookout for new developments (legislation, case law, administrative doctrine), and assists his clients when they are faced with tax audits.
With a degree in strategic marketing, Adélie has been specializing in research funding and technology transfer for almost 10 years with SATT Nord, as well as in innovation consulting. Today, she supports private and public research players in their efforts to work more closely together within Hauts-de-France Innovation Développement, to boost technology transfer and exchanges between the academic and business worlds.