Why Intellectual Property Is Different
Intellectual property often stands apart from other corporate assets.
One reason: IP is an intangible. As an asset, it is easier to overlook. Intangible assets are simply harder to capture.
Another key reason that IP stands apart: its tax outlook. Simply put, revenue that certain intellectual property generates is not taxable. For example, income from patents and royalties can be structured to become tax exempt in a number of safe jurisdictions around the world.
Making the Right Decisions
As a decision-maker, you need full knowledge of the relevant IP laws, regulations, and common practices. Only then can you make solid decisions about how to optimise your company’s IP opportunities.
United Trust and IP
In concert with other tax professionals, we outline your company’s intellectual property prospects according to the countries and the industries in which you do business. Our IP expertise is longstanding; it extends to virtually every kind of company from real estate to insurance.