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The Taxation of Intellectual Property in Australia

Published on 22 Mar 2012 | Took place at RACV Club, Melbourne , VIC

This event was designed for those with a predominant interest in income tax and who are looking for a good background to the way in which Intellectual Property is taxed in Australia.

It covered the following:

  • the different forms of intellectual property
  • the tax consequences of the creation, disposal and exploitation of intellectual property
  • the current structuring concepts.

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Individual sessions

What is intellectual property?

Author(s):  Rob McMaster

This paper covers:

  • patents
  • trade marks
  • designs
  • circuit layouts
  • copyright.
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A case study to consolidate the learning

Author(s):  Louise LOVERING

This presentation covers a case study including:

  • issues to consider
  • location of IP
  • R&D - other observations
  • grants
  • non-tax considerations.
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Structuring ownership of intellectual property

Author(s):  Mark PAYNE

This presentation covers:

  • offshore ownership
  • key issues.

 

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Tax consequences of creating, disposing and exploiting intellectual property

Author(s):  Ada Lam,  David SCOTT

This paper covers:

  • revenue expense or outgoing
  • trading stock
  • uniform capital allowance
  • black hole costs
  • capital gains tax
  • opportunities under tax consolidation.
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