Entries in 'tax breaks' (45)
The state of Georgia has signed a new tax incentive program for video game makers into law.
Culture Minister Ed Vaizey says UKIE deserves credit for securing tax breaks for UK games developers.
George Osborne, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, praised the games industry at an event that marked the launch of the long-awaited tax breaks for video games development.
An independent Scotland will keep games industry tax breaks and offer even more support to its studios, the country’s Government has said.
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Are you British enough? Or specifically, is your game British enough to qualify for tax breaks?
Scottish games developers could lose the tax breaks they fought so hard for, if the country was to go independent.
The Treasury has now confirmed that developers will not be able to claim back games tax relief. The claiming period will officially begin from April 1st 2014.
Conservative MP and UK Chancellor George Osborne has said that today’s confirmation of video games tax breaks will create new jobs in the sector.
At long, long last UK video games tax breaks are upon us, but who is it precisely that qualifies?
The journey to finally get the tax production credits scheme in place for the games industry has been a long and sometimes rocky one.
The biggest names in UK games development have told MCV that they’re overjoyed that the European Commission has rubberstamped tax breaks for UK studios.
Tax breaks for the UK video games industry are happening.
Tax breaks for UK games studios will be announced this week, says The Evening Standard.
It may have missed The Budget, but tax breaks for UK games developers will go ahead, MCV can reveal.
The UK’s video games industry trade body says that tax breaks for video games developers remain a realistic hope.
Tax relief for UK games developers have been ‘all but confirmed’, and could even be announced during Wedenesday’s Budget speech.
The limbo that UK video games tax credits are currently trapped in could be coming to an end in the very near future.
UK Chancellor George Osborne and Culture minister Ed Vaizey said that an EC investigation will not stop games tax breaks.
The government has said it is committed to UK games tax relief as incentives are launched for the animation and high-end TV industries.
Having gained approval in the March 2012 Budget, plans for UK tax breaks for video games developers are now in doubt.
Games tax relief will not be approved by April 1st as the UK awaits confirmation from Europe.
The UK government has unveiled details of the cultural test for video games tax relief in its draft legislation released today.
George Osborne has hailed the UK's video games legacy - and what that means for Britain's potential as a technology hub.
38 Studios has successfully made a $1.125m payment to the state of Rhode Island.