Government plan to redirect more R&D tax credits to SMEs

It comes amid continuing concerns about the growing gap between domestic businesses and multinational companies based here

28th July, 2019
Enterprise Ireland’s policy and planning manager Rowena Dwyer

The government is reviewing the tax credit for research and development to redirect more of it to small businesses instead of multinationals.

It comes amid continuing concerns about the growing gap between domestic businesses and multinational companies based here.

The government has now set up a review of the research and development tax credit to find ways of making it easier for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to tap into it.

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