Survey: Effective TP management of global intellectual property
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Survey: Effective TP management of global intellectual property

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Multinational companies face the challenge of how to restructure their intellectual property (IP) in an increasingly uncertain world. Taxpayers can voice their concerns anonymously in TP Week's IP survey.

Businesses have to contend with new hybrid mismatch rules, the demands of the substance requirements and shocks like US tax reform. This is all happening while the threat of audits and disputes become the norm.

Click here to share your views on structuring IP, transfer pricing methodologies and APA strategies. The survey will end on Friday, March 1 5 2019.

Your responses are strictly anonymous.

The results will be featured across a series of articles online and compiled in International Tax Review’s May/June magazine issue.

For further details, or to share your opinions with our editorial team, email josh.white@euromoneyplc.com

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