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The R&D Tax Credit, the Intangible Asset Regime & Other Important Reliefs for the Corporate Sector in Association with ACCA


Conquer the R&D Tax Credit with our expert speakers by attending this comprehensive full day event.

Recorded: 24 September 2014
Where: Online 
CPD: 7 hours
Online Recording Price: €250 (available now)

Topics include:

    ·         R&D Tax Credit Claims  - computing what qualifies

    ·         Revenue Audit of R&D claims; queries and compliance requirements 

    ·         Rewarding and retaining key R&D employees 

    ·         Ireland’s intangible asset regime and relief for investment
    ·         Review of capital allowances, expenses and other reliefs



Brian Boyle is Head of Incentives and Financial Service Branch in Revenue, with responsibility for the development of tax policy and legislation across a range of incentives including Film Production, Employment Investment Incentive, Seed Capital and R&D as well as tax issues relating to the Financial Services sector. With Revenue for over 20 years Brian previously headed up the Financial Services area in Revenue’s Large Cases Division as well as leading major projects including the adoption of iXBRL for submission of financial accounts. Brian has a B.Sc. in Computer Science from TCD and an M.Sc. in Taxation from DCU.

Ian Collins
 is Head of the National R&D tax practice at EY in Ireland with responsibility for overall management and quality assurance of Irish R&D claims. He is an AITI Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) and a member of Chartered Accountants Ireland. Ian has been making R&D tax claims for clients in various industry sectors since the introduction of the Irish regime in 2004. He secured the first Irish Revenue pre-approval for a client in the software sector, encompassing a technical review by an industry expert engaged by Irish Revenue. He also conducts training seminars and workshops on R&D eligibility and claim process. 

James Hughes is a Tax Manager in EY’s R&D and Quantitative Services team in Ireland. This is a multi-disciplinary team comprising of quantity surveyors, industry specialists and tax professionals. The core business of this team is to assist clients to evaluate, document and successfully complete claims for the R&D tax credit and capital allowances. James is an AITI Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) and a fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA). From an initial background in corporate tax, James has specialised in recent years to focus exclusively on the corporate tax reliefs sector, assisting SME’s and MNC’s alike. James has also conducted training seminars and lectures for corporates and industry groups on a variety of corporate tax topics. 



Select from the below online booking options now or contact jmurphy@taxinstitute.ie for further information.The seminar is in association with ACCA

Online Seminar Materials

In order to receive live access to the online seminar, we recommend that you book the seminar using the online facility by 12pm the day before the event. Otherwise you will receive a recorded version of the seminar shortly after the event.

On ordering the Live Online Seminar, you will receive an email with the a pdf copy of the seminar documentation along with instructions on how to access the online seminar once it is available.

Click here for more information on Online Seminars. We would advise that you read this, in particular the technical requirements section before purchasing. 

Recorded Seminar 

If you have purchased a Recorded Seminar, you will be given access, within 2 working days, to the seminar recording and materials on Blackboard Learn, the Institute’s Learning Management System.

Booking Options
UnSelectedOnline Recording - Price : €250