Intellectual Property: Ireland is losing business over ‘uncertain’ IP taxes

31st May, 2015
Intellectual Property: Ireland is losing business over ‘uncertain’ IP taxes
Aidan Byrne, international tax partner at Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon

While the government introduced several changes to Ireland’s IP tax regime in recent years, Aidan Byrne, international tax partner at Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon, said it has been a case of “tinkering around the edges” without fundamentally changing the IP tax landscape.

“Businesses crave certainty when it comes to tax legislation, or indeed any corporate legislation. If there is any doubt about what does or doesn’t qualify for tax reliefs, the...

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