intangible property


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intangible property

Something that is nonphysical, noncurrent, and exists only in connection with something else. Business goodwill is intangible property—it does not exist by itself; it cannot be seen,touched,smelled,or heard; and it cannot be sold separately from something else,because even the goodwill built up in a particular business name cannot be sold separately from the name. Intangible property is usually exempt from property taxes.

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