The head of the Revenue Commissioners has had a number of high level meetings on the research and development tax regime in recent months, as the tax authority maintains a close eye on R&D related non-compliance.
Extracts from the diary of Revenue chairman Niall Cody, obtained by The Sunday Business Post under Freedom of Information legislation, reveal that the meetings were held over the summer.
In July, Cody met with PwC managing partner...
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