Reed Elsevier explains its practical issues with IP
While all taxpayers deal with intellectual property (IP), and the evaluation issues surrounding it for taxation purposes, some taxpayers place more value on it than others. Paul Morton, the head of tax for publishing house, Reed Elsevier, explains the practical day-to-day problems surrounding IP, when operating on a global scale.
To access our market-driven intelligence please request a trial here.
Read this article – and more – for a one-week period.