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Tax Incentives / R&D

18 September 2017

Innovation Monitor 2017

At a time when businesses face rapid change and disruption, nurturing innovation has never been more important.
Ken Hardy, Partner and R&D Incentives Practice and Suzi Jarvis, founding Director of the Innovation Academy at UCD, at the launch of KPMG’s Innovation Monitor.
20 November 2015

Innovation Monitor 2015/2016

Promoting innovation is essential in helping secure Ireland’s long term economic success. KPMG has conducted annual research of Irish business attitudes to innovation and research and development (R&D) for the past four years.
30 October 2015

KPMG KDB Submission to Department of Finance

The Finance Bill 2015 introduced provisions for Ireland’s Knowledge Development Box (KDB) which offers claimants a 6.25 percent rate of corporation tax on profits from patents, software and other assets. In order to be eligible for the relief, R&D work on creating the assets must be carried on in
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