This week the Revenue is due to release the latest module in its comprehensive programme of mandatory electronic payment and filing of taxes – and it will have a profound effect for the almost 50% of businesses who still shy away from ROS.
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Companies are being warned they should be prepared for both technical and financial audits if they claim tax credits for R&D expenditure, according to The Sunday Business Post.
The reintroduction of tax incentives for patents and the launch of new initiatives to attract large-scale manufacturing are just two of the measures being urged on Government by the founder of Grant Engineering, an Offaly-based company employing 220 people.
Plans for a €44m investment in areas such as ICT, biotechnology and energy will play a key role in the Government’s forthcoming jobs initiative package, according to Taoiseach Enda Kenny.
Here’s a great article by Michael Arrington in TechCrunch quoting Yossi Vardi, Theodore Roosevelt & Chris Dixon on Start up entrepreneurs. If you are that start up founder, contact Noone Casey so we can walk with you.
Original article here
I’ve written many times before about the difference between a true startup founder and, well, everyone else. Israeli investor Yossi Vardi often quotes Theodore Roosevelt in a 1910 speech about “The Man In The Arena“: