Financing / Crowdfunding : Irelands Tax Incentives up to 32%, with amedment for non EU talent to qualify by Amanda Toney

Amanda Toney

Irelands Tax Incentives up to 32%, with amedment for non EU talent to qualify

I had the opportunity to sit down with Ireland's film board at Cannes and they really have some incredible film tax incentives Ireland upped its tax incentive, known as Section 481, from 28% to 32% and amended the credit so that non-European Union talent, including Hollywood actors and actresses, will count as part of the qualifying expenditure. This means tax relief can now be claimed on the salaries of cast and crew hired to work in Ireland, irrespective of their nationality.: http://variety.com/2016/artisans/news/tax-incentives-lure-film-and-tv-pr...

Tax Incentives Lure Film and TV Production to Ireland
Tax Incentives Lure Film and TV Production to Ireland
Changes to Ireland's film and TV production tax incentive now make the country one of the most generous production environments in the world. On Jan. 1, 2015, Ireland upped its tax incentive, known as…
Amanda Toney

I should probably also mention that 2 Oscars came from Ireland productions last year - STUTTERER (Irish writer/director Ben Cleary best live action Short...fun fact: the producers are judging our Stage 32 Short Film Contest this year) and ROOM (Irish director Lenny Abrahamsen took home best acrtress for his lead Brie Larsen): http://www.irishtimes.com/culture/film/oscars-2016-two-irish-films-win-b...

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