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Tax and Business Planning for High Tech Businesses

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ISBN13: 9780754512561
ISBN: 0754512568
Published: November 2001
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Tax and Business Planning for High Technology Businesses and Business is a practical guide to the opportunities and pitfalls of business planning for high technology businesses. Focusing on the practical aspects this innovative new title aims to provide an overview of the issues, challenges and technical considerations of setting up and running a high tech enterprise. Tax and Business Planning for High Technology Businesses takes you through each stage of the activities involved and the legal, intellectual property and tax issues that can arise. Having laid out the lifecycle of a high technology business, the book then looks at practical approaches of the development of the strategy, business plan and business model that will provide direction for the way the business operates.

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Subjects:
Taxation
Contents:
Introduction.
Overview of the Lifecycle.
Expected Activities.
Pre-formation.
Start-up.
Development.
Expansion I - pre-IPO.
Expansion II - Flotation.
Sustained Growth.
Globalisation.
Re-invention.
The Strategic Planning Process.
Business Planning.
Business and Revenue Models.
Financial Projections.
Analysing the Market.
Tax Strategy.
Strategy for e-business.
Intellectual Property Strategies.
Brands and Intellectual Property.
Strategic Alliances.
Intellectual Property.
Patent Process.
Business Practicalities.
Employees and the Employer's Responsibilities.
Sources of Funding.
Valuation Issues.
Project Management.
Accreditations.
General Taxation Issues.
Taxing Intellectual Property.
Layouts of Accounts.
Revenue Recognition and RAD Accounting.
Brands, Intangible Assets and Acquiring Goodwill.
Index.