War and COVID have highlighted companies’ unpreparedness to deal with sudden geo-political changes, say TP specialists.
A source who has seen the draft law said it brings clarity on intangibles and other areas of TP including tax planning.
Tax consultants say companies must not ignore financial transactions in their TP policies as authorities, particularly in the UK, become more demanding.
The report’s author, from the Danish Ministry of Finance, tells ITR - in his personal capacity - that more robust policies are needed to tackle what is a serious global problem.
Sponsored by ARKKWith transfer pricing complexities set to increase in 2023, Rahila Zahin of ARKK explains how automating processes can help.
Sponsored by MDDPMagdalena Dymkowska of MDDP provides a guide to the vagaries of the Polish transfer pricing regulations and explains why the applicability of the arm’s-length rule may leave multinational companies somewhat surprised.
Sponsored by Deloitte NorwayLene Bergersen of Deloitte Norway explains the EFTA Court judgment in PRA Group Europe AS v Staten v/Skatteetaten.
Sponsored by DeloitteIn collaboration with tax experts from Deloitte member firms around the world, ITR’s Transfer Pricing Controversy guide provides strategies to help avoid and resolve disputes as tax authorities resume pre-pandemic levels of activity.
Sponsored by DeloitteIncreased transfer pricing documentation requirements are not reducing the number of disputes. Jennifer Breeze, Chris Ferguson, and Simón Somohano of Deloitte offer regional perspectives on the issue and explain what businesses may be able to do to prevent escalation.
The biggest hike in 33 years has prompted multinationals to review the TP risks associated with financial market instability
Robust key performance indicators are essential to business success and to helping companies justify transfer pricing transactions, say three in-house experts.
The Commission and EU General Court had said a Luxembourg ruling on Fiat's TP breached state aid laws
Higher taxes in India may kill the cryptocurrency trade in the country, according to Binance’s CEO, while the UK government faces calls from BT to extend its 130% ‘super-deduction’.
Multinationals need to align ESG and TP policies amid global sustainability efforts, say three tax directors from Europe.
TP specialists warn that proposed GloBE rules in the Netherlands could cause headaches for businesses in navigating the additional reporting requirements and compliance costs.
Lula’s victory in the presidential election could push back Brazil’s timeline for adopting TP guidelines, say sources from corporations and elsewhere.
Economic uncertainty in the UK has reduced M&A activity, but TP risks in such transactions are still crucial business considerations, say tax specialists.
Even six years after the Panama Papers leaked a confidential list of offshore accounts held by the global elite, tax morality is still very much on the table.
Tax policymakers are confident the implementation of the OECD’s two-pillar solution is only a question of timing – but is it really?
Karl Berlin, vice president and head of tax at Ørsted, makes the case for a more transparent, more sustainable tax policy and explains why his company takes this approach.
Sanjeev Sharma, principal director of income tax at the India Income Tax Department, explains how the Supreme Court’s ruling on software licensing fees interpreted the application of tax treaties, the OECD Model Tax Convention, Income Tax Act and Copyright Act.
The winners of the ITR Americas Tax Awards have been announced for 2022!
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