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IIA wants tax incentives for tech workers

The Irish Internet Association (IIA) has called on the government to introduce a series of tax incentives for individuals working in the technology sector, to address the technology skills shortage and boost employment in the sector.

16th July, 2011

The Irish Internet Association (IIA) has called on the government to introduce a series of tax incentives for individuals working in the technology sector, to address the technology skills shortage and boost employment in the sector.

The organisation this week released a new policy document, in which it proposed that a short-to-medium-term tax incentive scheme be put in place for the sector.

The IIA said that the scheme should be based on an evaluation of...

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