Much has happened globally since our last Tax forum in February 2020 with the Department of Finance and Revenue. Brexit, Covid-19 and a new US President all have current and future implications for Irish business and State policy on corporation tax and State supports for R&D including Tax Credits, Knowledge Development Box (KDB) and Intellectual Property.
Our annual Forum with Revenue, Department of Finance, the State Agencies and KPMG will address these issues on 11th February. Always an important event, it’s a great opportunity for all member companies to hear directly from the policy leaders and Revenue on the latest and expected developments, whilst sharing your questions with these key people.
Includes Deirdre Donaghy (Head of Business Tax, Dept of Finance), Jacqueline O’Callaghan (Principal Officer R&D Tax Credits, Revenue), Damien Flanagan & Cillein Barry (Tax Partners, KPMG) and Tommy Fanning (Head of Strategic Policy, IDA Ireland).
Agenda – 11th February
- Global changes in corporation tax and possible future impacts arising from Brexit and the new US administration
- Roadmap from the Department of Finance regarding future changes in corporation tax, R&D Tax Credits and KDB
- Revenue update on R&D Tax Credits
- Panel discussion
- Your Questions
This virtual forum will be a maximum of 2 hours in duration, including presentation, panel discussion and time for audience Q&A. (Note – Members-only. CPD credits available. Any non members interested in attending are invited to contact Mary Byrne for details about membership).