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Watch the Video – Event Insights from the TP Minds Americas Summit

Watch the Video – Event Insights from the TP Minds Americas Summit

Last week, the ONESOURCE Transfer Pricing team attended IBC’s TP Minds Americas Transfer Pricing Summit at the Biltmore Hotel in sunny Miami! This two-day event was packed with insights from transfer pricing practitioners on a variety of topics that are top of mind for the new year. Policy makers,  tax authorities, and over 30 transfer … Read More

Three Reasons to Try the Smarter Source for Worldwide Private Company Data

Three Reasons to Try the Smarter Source for Worldwide Private Company Data

In recent years, multinational corporations have seen a significant rise in audits, shifts in tax legislation from various countries, and guidelines from the OECD. As transfer pricing documentation regulations continue to evolve worldwide, professionals need reliable and high-quality data to support documentation. Starting today, you can receive this with the Worldwide Private Company Database from … Read More

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Japan: Officials Keep Up Transfer Pricing Heat on Taxpayers (except related to the Adobe Japan court decision)

In October 2008, a Japanese court for the first time ruled in favour of a taxpayer in a transfer pricing case. The Tokyo High Court rejected a transfer pricing assessment that had been imposed by the Japanese tax authority on Adobe Systems Co Ltd (the Japanese affiliate of Adobe Systems Inc). The company’s petition had … Read More

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Indian Expert Committee Report on the Software Industry: Analyzing the Impact

By Gaurav Shah, MZSK & Associates, Mumbai Gaurav Shah is an associate director with MZSK & Associates, a member firm of the International BDO Network, in Mumbai. Indian captives engaged in software development and software R&D work have long faced transfer pricing challenges, the most important being the margins expected of such captives by the … Read More

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Bloomberg BNA Transfer Pricing Forum Examines Treatment of Secret Comparables

By Kevin Bell A survey of practitioners from 26 countries found that nine jurisdictions—Argentina, Australia, Canada, China, Germany, India, Italy, Mexico, and Switzerland—use secret comparables to varying degrees, in violation of Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development transfer pricing guidelines. However, the May survey by Bloomberg BNA’s Transfer Pricing Forum also found that Austria, Belgium, … Read More