Oct. 29, 2012
-- With the shift towards a more knowledge-based and service-oriented economy, intangible assets such as trademarks, brands, patents, know-how and technology, account for an increasing part of the business value. The accurate and complete taxation and valuation of Intellectual Property (IP) and other intangible assets is therefore essential.Transfer Pricing and Intangibles: a continuing battlefield
Transfer Pricing and intangibles are one of the most important areas of Transfer Pricing at the moment. General consensus among taxpayers and tax authorities alike is that there is currently insufficient international guidance, in particular regarding the definition, identification and valuation of intangibles for Transfer Pricing purposes. The outcomes of OECD’s project on intangibles are likely be far reaching and as such this promises to be the most challenging and ambitious project that OECD have undertaken to date.
The new unique distance learning course covers the taxation and valuation of Intellectual Property (IP) and other intangible assets. The authors will look at intangibles from the complementary perspectives of Transfer Pricing and valuation.For more information about the course check http://www.imfacademy.com/areasofexpertise/finance/transf...
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