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EI seminar on R&D tax credit Budget changes

Thursday, 17th October, 2019 8:47am

Enterprise Ireland (EI) is to host a seminar in Cork following last week’s Budget 2020 and the proposed changes to the existing R&D tax credit.

In partnership with KPMG’s Research and Development (R&D) Incentives Practice, the early morning event which will include presentations from both KPMG and Enterprise Ireland and will take place in Cork city at 8am next Thursday 17 October.

The seminar is one of a number being held regionally following the Department of Finance review of the credit earlier this year.

EI Regional Director, Martin Corkery said: “Many of the businesses that our regional team have closely engaged with through the years have often alluded to the complexity of the state’s R&D tax credit regime and the challenges it can raise for their operations.

“The review process presented an opportunity for it to be expertly examined in depth. Several areas were highlighted, and which will now be improved as part of Budget 2020. Our seminar session will focus on detailing these changes, and how they could impact claimant companies into the future. We are optimistic that more businesses will now feel at ease with claiming the credit,” he said.

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