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A small entity pays 50% of the full rate. A micro entity pays only 25% of the full rate, which is a 75% discount off the full rate, and half the rate paid by a small entity.
An applicant generally qualifies as a micro entity if the applicant and inventors each have gross annual incomes less than three times the median household income for the preceding year (currently $153,051). Higher education institutions may also qualify for micro entity status.
A small entity pays 50% of the full rate. A micro entity pays only 25% of the full rate, which is a 75% discount off the full rate, and half the rate paid by a small entity.
A small entity is generally defined as a business which, including affiliates, has fewer than 500 employees, a qualifying nonprofit organization, or an individual who has not assigned, licensed or otherwise conveyed or promised to convey an interest in the invention to a non-small entity.
A small entity is generally defined as a business which, including affiliates, has fewer than 500 employees, a qualifying nonprofit organization, or an individual who has not assigned, licensed or otherwise conveyed or promised to convey an interest in the invention to a non-small entity.
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The USPTO has defined four categories of concerns that qualify as \u201csmall entity\u201d: a university, a nonprofit organization, an individual inventor, or a small business concern.
What is a Large Entity? Large entity status is attributed to an applicant with 500 or more employees. The employee count would include any affiliates under the control of the applicant (see 13 CFR 121.103 on how to determine affiliation).
An applicant generally qualifies as a micro entity if the applicant and inventors each have gross annual incomes less than three times the median household income for the preceding year (currently $153,051). Higher education institutions may also qualify for micro entity status.
* The micro-entity definition states that applicants are not considered to be named on a previously filed application if he or she has assigned, or is obligated to assign, all ownership rights as a result of previous employment.
A small entity pays 50% of the full rate. A micro entity pays only 25% of the full rate, which is a 75% discount off the full rate, and half the rate paid by a small entity.

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