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Amortization of patent when useful life exceeds legal life

Keshlam gives you the technically correct answer: the patent can do nothing after it's life is over and you should amortize over it's lifetime. However if you are absolutely sure that there will be no ...
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Amortization of patent when useful life exceeds legal life

As @tripehound said in the comments, don't confuse the lifetime of the patent (after which it's worthless) with the lifetime of the invention's value (which is unbounded except by competition from ...
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