The mission of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is to promote policies that will improve the economic and social well-being of people around the world. Below is a sampling of the OECDs information on the R&D Tax Credit with highlights on Ireland’s scheme as well as links to other country programmes. The…

Braithwaite Ireland is proud to announce joining the GEC Community. GEC (Guinness Enterprise Centre), brings together leading entrepreneurs and companies all under one roof. GEC’s dedicated space allows for an open environment to share new strategies and ideas amongst one another. For more information on Braithwaite’s involvement with GEC or to meet Braithwaite at the GEC…

On Tuesday, June 27th, Fintech Ireland hosted The Future of Fintech in Ireland and the UK from the Westin Hotel, Dublin 2. The event showcased the partnership between the Irish and the British on Fintech as well as challenges and new opportunities in the Fintech sector. Throughout the day, @FinTechIreland encouraged the attendees and speakers to share…

To encourage research and development (R&D) in Ireland, The Knowledge Development Box (KDB) looks to assist SMEs as of today. Companies that are granted the certificate for the KDB can apply for a lower corporate tax. For more information on The Knowledge Development Box affecting SMEs, please click here. The article was written by the…

The R&D tax credit aims at helping Irish research and development sector for continuous growth to become one of the global technology leaders, and creating new high-tech job opportunities in Ireland. For expenditure incurred in accounting periods commencing on or after 1 January 2009, the relief is calculated as 25% of qualifying expenditure. The credit…