Are you up to date when it comes to R&D Tax Credits and the Knowledge Development Box?
21st September 2017 – Radisson Blu Hotel Limerick – 09:30 – 13:30
This Thursday 21st September, we will once again address one of the most important topics on the IRDG agenda – Taxation & Finance when it comes to Research, Development & Innovation. This Limerick seminar presents an opportunity for delegates to be up to date on the very latest and will focus on the following areas:
1. The key points from the major Government-sponsored Review published last week on Ireland’s Corporation Tax code (Coffey Report)
2. The progress of the Discussion Forum set up by Revenue in 2017 which is working towards producing sector specific guidelines and other improvements to the R&D Tax Credits and KDB regimes
3. How SME’s can obtain a Knowledge Development Box (KDB) Certificate from the Patent Office for intellectual property (IP) equivalent to a patentable invention e.g. trade secrets.
4. What Revenue expect you to have when they come knocking on your door.
Speaking at this seminar will be Áine Hollingsworth of Revenue, Stephen Merriman, Tax Director, PwC; Christine Kelly, Tax Advisor, representing IDA & Enterprise Ireland; Gerard Barrett, Controller of Patents, Design & Trade Marks, Patents Office & more.
This seminar is a golden opportunity to hear the latest updates and discuss these all important tax related incentives for R,D&I performing companies directly with the key Policy Makers and Professionals involved in this area.
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.
from 9.30am to 1.30pm.
Accommodation is available by contacting the Hotel on 061-456200.
Google Maps location is available on this link.