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In this latest article from our RETHINK: Transfer Pricing series, we explore some particular considerations in respect of managing intellectual property (IP).
In conjunction with the G20, the OECD developed the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) as a global standard for the automatic exchange of information.
More than any other previous tax year, there is a real need to develop a file of internal documentation supporting all of the decisions made in 2020, from planning for survival during this economic downturn, to supporting those decisions made to strive forward, and then to thriving as various...
Between cash management concerns and longer-term value chain and documentation considerations, now is the time to rethink current-year transfer pricing.
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Intra-group financial transactions quickly became a crucial tool in managing liquidity during the first phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, financing transactions are expected to come under increasing scrutiny by tax authorities due both to an increasing level of unilateral legislation and to...
In this Insight from our Rethink - Transfer Pricing series, we turn our attention to profit split methodologies and cost sharing arrangements, and discuss how they can be affected by the economic disruptions caused by COVID-19.
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