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What are Royalties? How are Royalties calculated?

What are Royalties? How are Royalties calculated?

Royalties are a percentage of the profit an intellectual property earns that is paid to the owner or creator of said property for its use. The percentage can be based on a price per unit, a minimum sale, or on either gross or net revenue earned by the IP. The percentage rate will vary based on the earning potential of the IP in question and the industry.

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