Inventor Wins Fed Tax Credit

A millionaire inventor has won a Tax Court claim against the Canada Revenue Agency over credits for developing the world’s tiniest printer. The agency had disqualified $153,316 in tax credits for Raja Singh Tuli after concluding his invention was routine engineering: ‘I give him the benefit of the doubt’.

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