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This article focuses on the tax consequences of the sale of a patent, as opposed to the sale of a license to use the patent. Subject to a few limited exceptions, in order to constitute a sale of a patent, you must transfer substantially all of your rights in the patent, including the right to make, use, and sell the invention. Your retention of any of these rights likely will result in a license rather than a sale. The distinction is important because payments you receive for the sale of a license are taxed at the higher, ordinary income rate. In contrast, payments you receive for the sale of a patent may result in either ...
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