Recent challenges and attention to Intellectual Property (IP) tax planning has prompted governments around the world to consider new tax measures that affect all phases of IP development and business. This often results in IP migrating from one tax jurisdiction to another lower tax jurisdiction. In this issue, we discuss the IP tax regimes of various jurisdictions and related financial consequences that affect investors and taxpayers around the world.
In This Issue...
United States: Benefits of Intangible Property Migrations
United Kingdom: Innovation: The Name of the Game
Germany: OECD's Action Plan on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Within the Context of Intellectual Property
Hungary: Intellectual Property Tax Planning
Poland: Preferential Tax-Deductible Costs for Transfer of Intellectual Property Rights
Czech Republic: Intellectual Property Tax Planning Incentives
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