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March 23, 2012
With little in the way of formal guidance from the IRS or the OECD on the issue, expert panelists at the June 6-7 Bloomberg BNA/Baker & McKenzie transfer pricing conference will consider intercompany pricing of management fees, guarantees, and intragroup financing. The discussion will focus on the stringent conditions that multinational companies face in many jurisdictions to deduct certain intercompany service charges and the best practices for minimizing the possibility of double taxation.
March 15, 2012
Multinational companies attempting to plan for the future face the
unprecedented challenges of a continuing global economic crisis and a
constantly changing tax law environment. The pressure for added tax
revenues and the perception that the present U.S. system needs reform
make long-term planning difficult.
March 12, 2012
In his article, “Challenging the Status Quo: The Case for Combined
Reporting,” Michael McIntyre, a professor at Wayne State University Law
School, makes the case for combined reporting with formulary
Routine Transfer Pricing Is Not Tax Evasion, Company Executives Say
D.C. Transfer Pricing Challenge Moves Toward Trial
Uncertainty in the Financial Services Area
Chinese Official Speaks to Human Cost of Location Savings