Intellectual Property: Tax incentives mean IP sector is on the up

Ireland arrived late to the game, compared with other countries competing in the intellectual property space.

27th April, 2013
Aidan Byrne, lead tax partner with Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon.

While Ireland arrived late to the game, compared with other countries competing in the intellectual property (IP) space, it has had an IP tax regime in place since 2009, and has since introduced a number of enhancements to improve those tax considerations.

"Hand in hand with research and development (R&D), the government's IP tax regime is regarded as an important plank of its smart economy programme," said Aidan Byrne, lead tax partner with Baker Tilly Ryan...

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