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Presentations: R&D Tax Credits & Audit Readiness, Dublin, Feb 2014

On the 18th February we had one of our biggest gatherings yet, with over 160 people together in Dublin for the R&D Tax Credit seminar. In addition to our regular line up of Revenue and industry case studies, we were also joined on the day by the Department of Finance. This was in the context of the R&D Tax Credit scheme review which had been undertaken during 2013, and the outcome from that review having been recently made available. As …

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Presentations: R&D Tax Credits – Waterford Sept 2013

100 guests from companies like Bausch + Lomb, Carbery Group, SAP, Molex, Digital Optics, Kent Stainless and many, many more from all over the country travelled to Waterford for our final R&D Tax Credit event of 2013.  As usual, the level of interest on the day, the presentations, the questions, the interaction, all demonstrated once again just how important these credits are to the R&D performing community.  We had an excellent line up of speakers, and their presentations are available …

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Presentations: R&D Tax Credits, Galway, May 2013

The following presentations were made during the session on “R&D Tax Credits – the detail and the audit” which took place in the Clayton Hotel, Galway on the 1st May 2013.

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IRDG Submission to R&D Tax Credit Review 2013

IRDG Submission to R&D Tax Credit Review 2013

As part of a complete R&D Tax Credit Scheme Review by the Department of Finance in 2013, IRDG invited all member companies to participate in a qualitative survey.  The purpose of the survey was to gather feedback as to the contribution of the R&D Tax Credit scheme in their business, whilst also highlighting some practical considerations that might improve the overall effectiveness of the scheme.

A copy of the final IRDG submission, taking account of all submissions from members, is …

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