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Jeffrey D. Jones

Ask the Expert: Business Valuator



Jeffrey D. Jones, ASA, CBA, FCBI

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Q: What is intellectual property?

A: Intellectual properties are intangible assets that, for valuation purposes, must have the following characteristics:

a. Have a legal existence

b. Have economic substance

c. Can be legally transferred

d. Have a practical business reason

e. Are actually used, or used up, in normal business operations

f. Can be associated with a determinable royalty rate or other transfer pricing

Examples of intellectual properties include trademarks, trade names, books, recordings, and computer software.





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