Intangible fixed assets: changes to the tax rules

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In a bid to curb the use of related party transactions to increase the base costs of intangible fixed assets, the government has introduced measures to change the tax treatment and plans further consultation on intangibles rules in relation to intellectual property. Paul Davies, tax specialist writer at Croner-i, reviews recent developments

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