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Intellectual Property: Put the time in for R&D credit rewards

When it comes to attracting businesses interested in the creation, use and exploitation of Intellectual Property (IP), Ireland has pushed itself up the rankings in recent years.

27th April, 2014

When it comes to attracting businesses interested in the creation, use and exploitation of Intellectual Property (IP), Ireland has pushed itself up the rankings in recent years. ''The R&D credits have been intelligently improved in successive Finance Acts, says Donal Leahy, director with Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon.

However he cautions, ''On the ground, the mechanics of claiming R&D credits can prove a draw on resources and time-consuming for companies, especially smaller indigenous companies...

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