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Transfer pricing is a type of accounting that shows how much one part of a company charges another part for goods and services.

Transfer pricing makes it possible to set prices for goods and services that are traded between subsidiaries, affiliates, or companies that are controlled by the same parent company. Transfer pricing can help companies save money on taxes, but the tax authorities may not believe them. Transfer pricing can also be used for things like research, patents, and royalties, which are all types of intellectual property.

Multinational corporations (MNC) are allowed by law to use the transfer pricing method to figure what amount of revenue each of their subsidiary and affiliate companies should get. However, companies can sometimes use (or abuse) this practice to change their taxable income and pay less in taxes overall. The transfer pricing mechanism is a way for companies to move their tax obligations to places with lower tax.

A royalty payment is when one person pays another person who owns an asset for the right to use that asset indefinitely. Most licencing agreements set the royalty rate as a percentage of sales or a set amount per unit. Royalty rates can be affected by many things, such as whether the rights are exclusive, whether there are other options, whether there are risks involved, how much the market wants the product, and how innovative it is.

An asset that is not physical in nature is said to be intangible. Intangible assets include goodwill, brand awareness, and intellectual property like patents, trademarks, and copyrights. Contrasting with physical assets like real estate, automobiles, machinery, and stock are intangible assets. Although an intangible asset lacks the evident physical worth, it can nevertheless be important to a company's long-term growth or failure.

The answer to the question of how to value intangible assets largely depends on selecting the appropriate approach for valuation—and the use of competent judgment—given their intangible and distinctive nature. The three traditional approaches to valuation—the market, income, and cost approaches—are the foundation for the five main intangible asset valuation techniques, which draw on their tenets and components. One technique will probably be more suitable than the others for determining the value of certain intangible assets.


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