Caitlyn Richards

Caitlyn Richards

SENIOR SOLUTIONS CONSULTANT, ONESOURCE TRANSFER PRICING Caitlyn Richards is responsible for project managing the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (“BEPS”) solution of Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE. Her primary responsibilities include product strategy and engaging customers to determine market requirements. Prior to joining Thomson Reuters, Caitlyn worked in the Economic & Valuation Services group at KPMG LLP. In her role at KPMG, Caitlyn provided multinational clients with transfer pricing documentation, corporate allocation cost allocations, planning, bilateral Advanced Pricing Agreements and IRS audit defense work. As a member of the Solutions Consultant team, Caitlyn assists prospects across various industries in determining transfer pricing solutions and services for their individual needs. Caitlyn holds a B.S. in Accounting and Finance from Lehigh University.

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BEPS Blog Series Part 2: Determining the best data source for BEPS compliance

Intelligence to help MNEs choose Our three-part blog series will offer insights on BEPS compliance and country-by-country reporting for transfer pricing professionals. If you missed part 1, you can read it here. When it comes to choosing a reporting basis for Country by Country (CbC) Reporting, the OECD has stated that multinational enterprises (MNEs) … Read More

Using technology to address the challenges of BEPS

Introducing ONESOURCE BEPS Action Manager. If you’re a corporate tax professional, you know about BEPS. You know that it is transforming the global tax landscape and will bring about unprecedented change to the way you report data to taxing authorities in countries across the globe. You know that country-by-country reporting will increase scrutiny and … Read More

BEPS Blog Series Part 1: BEPS is here… now what?

Our three-part blog series will offer insights on BEPS compliance and understanding where to start when it comes to country-by-country reporting. For some time, the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) guidelines have been a major topic of conversation for multinational enterprises (MNEs) and taxing authorities around the world. With numerous countries moving … Read More