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Synonyms for intangible

Synonyms for intangible

Synonyms for intangible

assets that are saleable though not material or physical

(of especially business assets) not having physical substance or intrinsic productive value

incapable of being perceived by the senses especially the sense of touch

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hard to pin down or identify

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lacking substance or reality

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For the first time, the major developed economies began to invest more in intangible assets, like design, branding, R&D, and software, than in tangible assets, like machinery, buildings, and computers.
Capitalism without Capital shows that the growing importance of intangible assets has also played a role in some of the big economic changes of the last decade.
This part of the book also pulls insights from different research strands to highlight the critical ways in which intangibles differ from tangibles.
But, the ability of some firms to leverage synergies and spillovers associated with intangibles can lead to these big differences observed in pay across firms.
* Second, new technology also seems to be increasing the opportunities for businesses to invest in intangibles, and, as many intangibles involve information and communications, they can be made more efficient with better information technology (IT).
* Third, while the structure of the economy will affect the relative importance of intangibles, that effect will change over time.
Having documented the rise of intangibles, the authors assert a core thesis of the book: intangible capital is not just physical capital that is harder to see.
Unlike the situation for tangible personal property, foreign transfers of intangibles come within the purview of Sec.
All experts agree that the most common estimation (not determination or calculation) of the intangibles value is through the difference between the market capitalization of the company and the book value of the assets.
The notice addresses the sourcing of receipts from the sale of services and the rental, lease, or license of intangible property, as well as when certain receipts are to be excluded from sales altogether.
In "Is Excess Rent Intangible?" (Spring 2016), by Stephen D.