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Fed. Tax Overhaul Could Keep Homegrown IP In The US

Law360 (March 22, 2019, 6:17 PM EDT) -- A year after 2017's tax system overhaul, the law generally hasn’t provoked most American companies to haul their prize intellectual property back home — but it may make startups think twice about setting up overseas tax structures in the first place.

While President Donald Trump said the federal tax overhaul would bring jobs and money back to the U.S., the promises from the law’s authors were more subtle when it comes to intellectual property. (AP) Companies developing the next generation of valuable IP have less of a reason now to consider long-term tax planning to push intangible assets such as intellectual property...

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