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Part I Identification of U S Reporter, 1 What is the U S Reporter s fiscal quarter covered in this report. MM DD YYYY, Beginning date, MM DD YYYY, Ending date. 2 Check the box that best describes the status of the U S Reporter during the reporting period identified in question 1. 1 In existence the entire reporting period Continue filling out this form. 2 In existence during only part of the reporting period Continue filling out this form for the portion of the reporting period your. company was in existence and in the comments section below explain why your company did not exist for a part of the period. 3 Not in existence during the reporting period In the comments section below explain why your company was not in existence. during the reporting period Please return form according to instructions on page 1. 3 Was the U S Reporter owned more than 50 percent by another U S person at any point during the reporting period identified in. question 1 See Part II page 16 of the General Instructions for the definition of U S person. 1 No Continue filling out this form, 2 Yes Check A or B. 1 A Owned by another U S person for part of the reporting period Enter the name contact information and. address of the controlling U S person below and continue filling out this form but only report transactions for. the period during which the U S Reporter was NOT owned by another U S person Provide any comments in the. section below, 2 B Owned by another U S person for the entire reporting period Enter the name contact information and. address of the controlling U S person below provide any comments in the section below and return this form. according to the instructions on page 1, Name Comments.
Address Number and Street, City State Zip Code 9 digit. 4 Enter the 4 digit code that best describes the primary activity of the consolidated domestic U S Reporter from the Summary of. Industry Classifications found on page 24 of the General Instructions See Part II page 16 of the General Instructions for the definition. of consolidated domestic U S Reporter, 5 What is the primary Employer Identification Number used by the U S Reporter to file U S income or payroll taxes. Enter your 9 digit employee identification number without dashes. Page 2 FORM BE 125 REV 09 2016, Part II Determination of Reporting Status Receipts. Table 1 Receipts from Foreign Persons for Rights Related to Intellectual Property. Distribution of intellectual property receipts by types of rights conveyed. Beginning with the reporting period ending closest to September 30 2016 transactions for rights related to intellectual property previously reported under. transaction codes 1 through 8 on this survey must be reported based on the types of rights conveyed with each transaction Receipts for rights related to. intellectual property typically fall into three categories rights to use rights to reproduce and or distribute and outright sale of the intellectual property. Example 1 Receipts from foreign persons for rights related to the distribution of pharmaceutical products should be reported as Rights related to the use. of a patent process or trade secret to produce and or distribute a product or service which corresponds with transaction code 1 1 as shown in Column 1. of Table 1 below, Example 2 Receipts from foreign persons for downloading audio recordings i e end user licensing should be reported as Rights to books music etc. including end user rights related to digital content which corresponds with transaction code 2 1. In Table 1 below indicate whether the U S Reporter had receipts for any of the transaction types during the reporting period identified in question 1. by checking the corresponding box in Column 3, For each transaction type checked indicate whether the U S reporter s receipts for that transaction type exceeded 6 million in the prior fiscal year or if.
they are expected to exceed 6 million in the current fiscal year by checking yes or no in Column 4. For each transaction type checked yes in Column 4 you are required to report receipts for the reporting period identified in question 1 by individual. country on Schedule A page 9 For each transaction type checked no you are encouraged to voluntarily report more detailed information on Schedule. NOTE The reporting thresholds stated above are based on annual receipts actual or expected but amounts reported on Schedule A are only for. the reporting period entered in question 1 Definitions of the types of intellectual property transactions covered in Table 1 can be found in Part IV. pages 18 19 of the General Instructions, Table 1 Receipts from Foreign Persons for Rights Related to Intellectual Property. Had total receipts, Had receipts exceeding 6 million If yes in. Trans regardless during the prior fiscal Column 4 report. action Transaction Type of size in year or expected to country detail. Code the reporting exceed 6 million for quarterly, period in the current fiscal transactions on. Rights related to patents processes and trade secrets. 1 1 Rights related to the use of a patent process or trade secret to produce and or distribute a product or service Yes No Schedule A. 1 3 Outright sales of proprietary rights related to patents processes and trade secrets Yes No Schedule A. Rights related to books music etc, 2 1 Rights to use books music etc including end user rights related to digital content Yes No Schedule A. 2 2 Rights to reproduce and or distribute books music etc Yes No Schedule A. 2 3 Outright sales of proprietary rights related to books music etc Yes No Schedule A. Rights related to trademarks, 3 1 Rights to use trademarks Yes No Schedule A.
3 3 Outright sales of proprietary rights related to trademarks Yes No Schedule A. Rights related to recorded performances and events such as radio and television programs and motion. 4 1 Rights to use recorded performances and events including end user rights related to digital content Yes No Schedule A. 4 2 Rights to reproduce and or distribute recorded performances and events Yes No Schedule A. 4 3 Outright sales of proprietary rights related to recorded performances and events Yes No Schedule A. Rights to broadcast and record live performances and events. 5 2 Rights to broadcast and record live performances and events Yes No Schedule A. Rights related to general use computer software, 6 2 Rights to reproduce and or distribute general use computer software Yes No Schedule A. 6 3 Outright sales of proprietary rights related to general use computer software Yes No Schedule A. Franchise fees, 7 1 Fees associated with business format franchising Yes No Schedule A. 7 3 Outright sales of proprietary rights related to business format franchising Yes No Schedule A. Other intellectual property, 8 1 Rights to use other intellectual property Yes No Schedule A. 8 2 Rights to reproduce and or distribute other intellectual property Yes No Schedule A. 8 3 Outright sales of proprietary rights related to other intellectual property Yes No Schedule A. FORM BE 125 REV 09 2016 Page 3, Part II Determination of Reporting Sales Continued. Table 2 Sales of Selected Services to Foreign Persons. In Table 2 below indicate whether the U S Reporter had sales of any of the service types during the reporting period identified in question 1 by. checking the corresponding box in Column 3, For each service type checked indicate whether the U S Reporter s sales of that service type exceeded 6 million in the prior fiscal year or if they are.
expected to exceed 6 million in the current fiscal year by checking yes or no in Column 4. For each service type checked yes in Column 4 you are required to report sales for the reporting period identified in question 1 by individual country. on Schedule A and or C pages 9 and 13 as indicated in Column 5 For each service type checked no you are encouraged to voluntarily report more. detailed information on Schedule A and or C pages 9 and 13. NOTE Reporting status is based on annual sales actual or expected but amounts reported on the schedules are only for the reporting period entered. in question 1 Definitions of the types of services covered in Table 2 can be found in Part IV pages 19 23 of the General Instructions. Table 2 Sales of Selected Services to Foreign Persons. Had total sales, Had sales exceeding 6 million, If yes in Column. Trans regardless during the prior fiscal, 4 report country. action Service Type of size in year or expected to. detail for quarterly, Code the reporting exceed 6 million. transactions on, period in the current fiscal, 9 Accounting auditing and bookkeeping services Yes No Schedule A. 10 Advertising services Yes No Schedule A, 11 Auxiliary insurance services Yes No Schedule A.
12 Computer and data processing services Yes No Schedule A. 13 Construction services Yes No Schedule C, 14 Database and other information services Yes No Schedule A. 15 Education services Yes No Schedule A, 16 Engineering architectural and surveying services Yes No Schedule C. 17 Financial services, 18 Industrial engineering services Yes No Schedule A. N A Industrial type maintenance installation alteration and training services report in 19 1 and 19 2. 19 1 Maintenance services Yes No Schedule A, 19 2 Installation alteration and training services Yes No Schedule A. 20 Legal services Yes No Schedule A, 21 Management consulting and public relations services includes receipts from foreign affiliates for allocated.
Yes No Schedule A, 22 Merchanting services net receipts Yes No Schedule A page 14. 23 Mining services Yes No Schedule C, 24 Operational leasing Yes No Schedule A. 25 Trade related services other than merchanting services Yes No Schedule A. 26 Artistic related services Yes No Schedule A, 27 Premiums paid on primary insurance. 28 Losses recovered on primary insurance, 29 Research and development services Yes No Schedule A. 30 Telecommunications services Yes No Schedule A, N A Other selected services report in 32 35.
32 Health services Yes No Schedule A, 33 Heritage and recreational services Yes No Schedule A. 34 Audiovisual and production services Yes No Schedule A. 35 Other selected services n i e not included elsewhere Yes No Schedule A. Sales of other selected services n i e include all services transactions and miscellaneous disbursements that are not covered by the categories listed above and are not specifically excluded. see Part IV page 22 of the General Instructions Sales of other selected services n i e exclude sales of financial services which are covered on a separate BEA survey income on financial. instruments including interest dividends capital gains etc taxes penalties and fines gifts or grants transportation of freight or passengers and port services and travel related services. including hotel accommodation and restaurant meals. Page 4 FORM BE 125 REV 09 2016, Part II Determination of Reporting Status Payments Continued. Table 3 Payments to Foreign Persons for Rights Related to Intellectual Property. Beginning with the reporting period ending closest to September 30 2016 transactions for rights related to intellectual property previously reported. under transaction codes 1 through 8 on this survey must be reported based on the types of rights conveyed with each transaction Payments for. rights related to intellectual property typically fall into three categories rights to use rights to reproduce and or distribute and outright purchase of the. intellectual property, Example 1 Payments to foreign persons for rights to distribute motion pictures should be reported as Rights to reproduce and or distribute recorded. performances and events which corresponds with transaction code 4 2 as shown in Column 1 of Table 3 below. Example 2 Payments to foreign persons downloading audio recordings i e end user licensing would be reported as Rights to books music etc. including end user rights related to digital content which corresponds with transaction code 2 1. In Table 3 below indicate whether the U S Reporter had payments for any of the transaction types during the reporting period identified in question. 1 by checking the corresponding box in Column 3, For each transaction type checked indicate whether the U S Reporter s payments for that transaction type exceeded 4 million in the prior fiscal year or. if they are expected to exceed 4 million in the current fiscal year by checking yes or no in Column 4. For each transaction type checked yes in Column 4 you are required to report payments for the reporting period identified in question 1 by individual. country on Schedule B page 11 For each transaction type checked no you are encouraged to voluntarily report more detailed information on. Schedule B page 11, NOTE The reporting thresholds stated above are based on annual payments actual or expected but amounts reported on Schedule B are only for the.
reporting period entered in question 1 Definitions of the types of intellectual property transactions in Table 3 can be found in Part IV pages 18 19. of the General Instructions, Table 3 Payments to Foreign Persons for Rights Related to Intellectual Property. Had total payments, Had exceeding 4 If yes in Column. Trans million during the 4 report, regardless, action Transaction Type prior fiscal year or country detail. of size in, Code expected to exceed for quarterly, the reporting. period 4 million in the transactions on, current fiscal year.
Rights related to patents processes and trade secrets. Table 2 Sales of Selected Services to Foreign Persons In Table 2 below indicate whether the U S Reporter had sales of any of the service types during the reporting period identified in question 1 by

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