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2 edition of Property taxation of intangibles ... found in the catalog.

Property taxation of intangibles ...

International Association of Assessing Officers.

Property taxation of intangibles ...

by International Association of Assessing Officers.

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Published by Natioanal association of assessing officers in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Taxation of bonds, securities, etc. -- United States.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHJ2360 .I59 no. 21
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 p.l., 13 p.
      Number of Pages13
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6447673M
      LC Control Number42051646
      OCLC/WorldCa29079702

      2) The exemption of intangibles from the property tax and the taxation of in-come resulting from their ownership under general income tax laws. The Michigan Intangibles Tax Act, adopted in , imposes a specific low-rate tax at the state level on intangibles in lieu of taxing such property at the local level under the general property tax Size: 33KB.   In , the Institute for Professionals in Taxation adopted a professional designation program for qualified members. The Institute, through its CMI designation program, is the first to recognize professional achievement in property taxation. This designation is widely known as a mark of achievement and distinction in the property tax field.

      There are considerable di"erences in the tax treatment of intellectual property when the owner transfers it to an individual or business. Reprinted with permission from the October edition of the Journal of Taxation. Tax Considerations of Acquiring Intellectual Property, Chuck Hodges and Lynn Fowler, Journal of Taxation, October Generally speaking, the shortest of these remaining useful life measures is used to estimate the value of intangible assets for property taxation purposes. Examples of Intangibles Commonly Found in the Unit There are numerous examples of intangible personal property assets that are commonly found in the typical business enterprise "unit.".

      All property can be categorized into three types: • Real property • assets by identifying specific attributes. Tangible personal property • Intangible property. There is an important distinction be-tween real property and real estate. Land and buildings (sticks and bricks) are real estate, while real property is the bundle ofFile Size: 1MB. first broad survey of intangibles taxation personal property, as well as real prop-in a quarter-century. It provides more erty. Not long after adopting this very consistent information on intangibles tax-general form of property taxation, how-ation and more complete revenue data than ever, states began to provide for excep-previously existed.


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Property taxation of intangibles .. by International Association of Assessing Officers. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The cost of buying business assets is required to be spread out over the life of the asset. The IRS requires that tangible assets, like business equipment, machinery, and vehicles, be depreciated.

Intangible business assets, like intellectual property, customer base, and licenses, are amortized. The processes of depreciating and amortizing are.

Spring and Chase wrote a measure, House Billthat would have imposed a one percent tax on some intangible properties, exempting retirement accounts and the first $, of value of. (1) Intangible personal property is exempt from taxation. (2) For the purposes of this section, "intangible personal property" means personal property that is not tangible personal property and that: (a) has no intrinsic value but is the representative or evidence of value,File Size: 98KB.

Intellectual Property TAX TAXATION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY – THE BASICS INTRODUCTION Change driven by development of intellectual property (“I.P.”) is now a constant. Whether the I.P. user is a tax adviser accessing a digital library, an auto mechanic interfacing with an engine, or a shopper looking for a specific brand of product, Size: KB.

Intangible Property is property that has value but cannot be seen or touched. It includes things such as: goodwill, business books and records, a patent, a license, and a covenant not to compete.

You must generally amortize over 15 years the capitalized costs of "section intangibles" you acquired after Aug The Transfer Pricing of Intangibles not only highlights the current problems encountered in inter-affiliate transactions of intangible property, but also attempts to offer a variety of solutions to these problems.

Among the issues explored are the following:Cited by: Taxation of intangibles in Kentucky. Frankfort, Legislative Research Commission, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: H Robert Chenault.

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Not only are the topics covered genuinely interesting, they can be applied to /5(46). Intangible personal property is an item of individual value that cannot be touched or held.

Intangible personal property can include any Author: Will Kenton. cost of an identical new property. Replacement cost new implies the current cost of a similar new property having the nearest equivalent utility to the property being valued. In most cases, replacement cost new is the most direct and meaningful cost based means of estimating the value of an asset.

Once replacement. One of the concepts that can give non-accounting (and even some accounting) business folk a fit is the distinction between goodwill and other intangible assets in a company’s financial statements.

Book Review: Taxation of Intangible Assets by Robert W. Wood San Francisco It is perhaps a testament to the increasing complexity of the tax law that books on quite specialized topics now seem to proliferate. Indeed, it almost seems that a book on a general topic such as corporate taxation can hardly be detailed at all.

Intangible property is used in distinction to tangible property. It is useful to note that there are two forms of intangible property: legal intangible property (which is discussed here) and competitive intangible property (which is the source from which legal intangible property is created but cannot be owned, extinguished, or transferred).

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ford, Robert Spivey, Taxation of intangibles in Michigan. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, To be subject to the antichurning rules in Regs. Sec.

(h) (2)(i), the individual selling the personal intangibles would need to be a related party to the C corporation, which would occur if the individual was a greater than 20% owner (measured by value or voting power) of the corporation being sold in conjunction with the sale of the.

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Disposition of intangible personal property taxes. — All intangible personal property taxes collected pursuant to this chapter, except for revenues derived from the annual tax on a leasehold described in s. (1)(d), Florida Statutesshall be deposited into the General Revenue Fund.

Revenues derived from the annual tax on a. discussed in our article “Tax Taxation of Intellectual Property – The Basics.” Thus, for example, under the rules of Code §, a corporation generally may amortize its basis in a broad list of acquired I.P.

(including, patents, trademarks,File Size: KB. The UK introduced a new income tax charge at 20% with effect from 6 April on amounts received in connection with the exploitation of intangible property by foreign companies in low tax territories.

‘Intangible property’ is defined very broadly for these purposes and is much wider than intellectual property. Self-Created Intangibles No Longer Qualify for Favorable Capital Gains Tax Rates Effective for asset dispositions in and beyond, the TCJA states that certain intangible assets can no longer be treated as capital gain assets, as they were in the : Crystal Christenson.

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The Continuing Conundrum of How to Exclude Goodwill in Unitary Property Taxation—and a Proposed Solution Added by Richard G. Smith in Articles & Publications, Tax Law on Aug The exclusion of tax-exempt goodwill from the assessed value of taxable property is a vexing problem for tax administrators and for the taxpayer companies .The rules for section intangibles do not apply to any amount that is included in determining the cost of property that is not a section intangible.

For example, if the cost of computer software is not separately stated from the cost of hardware or other tangible property and you consistently treat it as part of the cost of the hardware.