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Transfer pricing industry

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Intercompany transactions are benchmarked by transfer pricing consultants to help companies develop tax strategies.

Using our all-in-one transfer price database, determine pricing for cross-border transactions within multinational organisations quickly and precisely.

Extracted summary fields with richer synopses of licensed intangibles and other normalized data like parties, licensing terms, royalty rates, and other payments.
Information on the stages of drug and medical device development.
In the domains of intangible development, enhancement, maintenance, protection, and exploitation, DEMPE examines contractual allocations of duties performed, assets utilized, and risks assumed.
The IP capsules for each intangible include license agreements, patent registrations, and company announcements.
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With a single click, you may export agreements, search tactics, acceptance and rejection matrices, and summary data.

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Intangible Spring provides reliable data to IP consultants to perform valuations. We extract and standardize the pricing structure and licensing terms for each license agreement to save you time and money.

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If you and another part of your multinational group agree to buy or sell goods or services with each other, these deals must be priced correctly so that the right amount of profit is reported. Transfer pricing laws say that these transactions must be done on terms and conditions that are the same for both parties  that the terms and conditions should be the same no matter who you are dealing with.

There are a number of internationally accepted ways to figure out if your transfer prices follow the arm's length principle. They involve comparing your prices or profit margins to arm's length prices or margins that have the same or similar terms and conditions.

Intellectual property (IP) is made up of ideas, knowledge, and information. Intellectual property rights (IPR) are legal protections for the people who own IP. IPR can be broken down into the main groups. Patents, copy rights, trademarks, and trade secrets are some of these things. A patent gives you the right to build, sell, and use your invention without anyone else being able to do so (and prevent others from doing so). A trademark can be any word, phrase, symbol, design, or combination of these things that helps people recognise your goods or services. Original works of art, like paintings, photographs, musical compositions, sound recordings, computer programmes, books, blog posts, movies, architectural works, and plays, are protected by copyrights. Some things are not "creative," like titles, names, short phrases, slogans, familiar symbols or designs, lettering or colouring, and simple lists of ingredients or contents. Even though businesses have a lot of information that shouldn't be shared, not everything is a trade secret. A trade secret is usually something that most people don't know about, where reasonable efforts are made to keep it secret, and where the fact that another party doesn't know about it gives the person who knows it some kind of economic value.


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