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Tax credit on patent


With the beginning of autumn comes the planning of IP budgets for the year to come. If you are looking for a solution to save some money, don't forget the French tax credit on patents.

Despite the general impression of French taxes, it is possible to save a lot on patents costs thanks to national tax system. More precisely for the...


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