Saturday January 25, 2020

Supporting Ireland’s innovative SMEs

Given the current international uncertainty, it is vital that we help Irish businesses to continue to innovate

15th October, 2017
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The recent review of Ireland’s corporation tax code by Seamus Coffey, recommended no changes to Ireland’s research and development (R&D) tax credit or knowledge development box (KDB) regime and this has been reflected in Budget 2018.

This is positive in the sense that it provides companies with the tax certainty that they crave around the availability of the R&D tax credit, but in light of the potential impact of Brexit...

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