Ireland lagging behind in Europe on high-tech tax

While Ireland has improved of late with regard to the tax treatment of high-tech companies, it is still lagging behind some of our European peers, according to Goodbody’s new head of IT law.

2nd May, 2009

While Ireland has improved of late with regard to the tax treatment of high-tech companies, it is still lagging behind some of our European peers, according to Goodbody’s new head of IT law.

John Cahir, partner at A&L Goodbody’s IP and Technology Group, said that the recent budget had brought about an improvement on one key issue that had been problematic for Ireland, namely changes in how intellectual property acquisitions are taxed....

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