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How you can get your operational transfer pricing right


Taxpayers may have robust transfer pricing policies for their business but implementing these plans has the potential to trip-up even the most organised company.

Taxpayers may have appropriately robust long-term transfer pricing policies for their business on a global, regional and local basis. However, implementing these plans has the potential to trip-up even the most organised company. Adjustments, inefficiencies and increased tax costs can be the results.

The challenges include making sure transfer prices are transparent and able to withstand changes in a company’s affairs during the year.

The objectives of effective operational transfer pricing are minimising risk and maximising tax savings.

These results, challenges and objectives will all be discussed during a web seminar in December, hosted by International Tax Review and Thomson Reuters, and featuring Elizabeth Blatchford, Transfer Pricing Strategy & Analysis Manager, Ford Motor Company

The web seminar, on Wednesday December 5 at 4pm GMT/11am EST, will cover

• Current challenges and trends in global transfer pricing

• Best practices to effectively implement, monitor, and adjust intercompany prices year round and avoid large year-end true-ups

• Leveraging technology to automate and streamline the transfer pricing process

• The Ford Motor Company implementation success story

Join the web seminar here.

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