Saturday September 19, 2020

Government to entice filmmakers with new improved tax incentives

The government will improve and update the Section 481 tax break for filmmakers in an attempt to increase the number of films being produced in Ireland.

1st September, 2007

The government will improve and update the Section 481 tax break for filmmakers in an attempt to increase the number of films being produced in Ireland.

The Department of Finance and the Department of Arts, Sports and Tourism are working on a joint review of the scheme, and are assessing the case for improving its provisions.

The Irish Film Board, the state agency responsible for developing the film sector in Ireland, is also involved in the...

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