Research & Development : Giving tax credit where it's due

Not all companies that are conducting qualifying R&D activities in Ireland are applying for tax credits.

21st September, 2014
David Murphy, senior business manager at Braithwaite Technology Consultants.

Although Ireland offers attractive research and development (R&D) tax credits, not all companies that are conducting qualifying R&D activities in Ireland are applying for these incentives, according to David Murphy, senior business manager at Braithwaite Technology Consultants.

“Diminishing trade barriers have forced Irish businesses into global competition and rapid technological changes are forcing businesses to be constantly innovative, and leaders in their fields,” said Murphy.

“To maintain their competitive...

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