Throughout 2016, IRDG has continued to keep business leaders up to date on the Knowledge Development Box and the R&D Tax Credits Schemes. The KDB Guidelines have now been published, and we look forward to having them explained at this seminar. Some developments on the R&D Tax Credit Guidelines will also be discussed.
Over recent months, Revenue has been working on a set of Guidelines to support the new Knowledge Development Box initiative. This KDB is aimed at incentivising companies to undertake innovative activities in Ireland by providing a 6.25% corporate tax rate for income generated from commercialising certain intellectual property (“IP”). The published guidelines are now available.
We invite you to join our morning seminar on September 1st and hear the detail of the Guidelines direct from Áine Hollingsworth of Revenue, who has been responsible for collating them. Áine will also provide us with some information on developments in the R&D Tax Credit Guidelines.
Áine will be joined by other leading contributors including Damien Flanagan (KPMG), Gerard Barrett (The Patents Office), Christine Kelly (Enterprise Ireland/IDA) to share perspectives and debate these all important tax related incentives for R&D performing companies.
If your business is involved in Research & Innovation, this seminar will be very informative for you and / or your team. You will hear directly from the key Policy Makers and Professionals involved in this area, and learn through detailed discussion and Q&A with other companies also engaged in Research & Innovation in Ireland.
Relevant To: General Management, R&D, Finance, Engineering and others – all functions who are involved with business Innovation and financing of same.
Note: This is an accredited CPD seminar.
The seminar will take place at the
from 9.30am to 1.30pm.