What is Transfer Pricing?
The terms and conditions that "linked enterprises" settle on for their "regulated transactions" are referred to as transfer prices. The provision of management services, the supply of commodities, and the provision of loans are examples of such transactions.
Why is Transfer Pricing Important?
In recent years, there has been a lot of attention paid to tp activities all over the world. Transfer pricing rules are becoming more stringent and nuanced as a result of various international developments, such as political pressure at the G20/G8 and OECD levels.
Governments have identified unrealistic profit shifting as a major issue and are addressing it head on. You would be taking a significant risk if you do not obey the guidelines. It's also worth noting that the rules apply even if you're not attempting to escape paying taxes.
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- Learn what there is to know about transfer pricing.
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