The Latest News on the OECD’s Global Tax Reform
Week of 8/19/21: Should European Telecoms be Excluded from the OECD’s Global Tax Reform? First, it was financial services and extractive businesses who wanted to be exempt from the OECD’s new global tax plan. Now, European Telecoms are calling for an exclusion, too. The OECD’s international tax reform, which after years of debate is inching closer ...
News from the Week of September 20, 2021
Transfer pricing news from the Week of September 20, 2021 ...
News from the week of September 15, 2021
Transfer pricing news for the week of September 15th, 2021
Tax Vocabulary 101
Tax scrutiny, tax avoidance, tax morality. Ever feel like tax executives are speaking their own foreign language? No need to download Rosetta Stone—we’re defining common (and confusing) tax terms right here.
DEMPE For Dummies
When valuing intangibles, the OECD’s DEMPE functions tells a story that far transcends ownership.
The Transfer Pricing Beat: News for the Week of May 24, 2021
In this article, discover the Dominican Republic’s new transfer pricing requirements, the ATO’s support around intangible arrangements, and the European Commission’s stance on public disclosure of effective corporate tax rates.
The End of an Error–What Life After LIBOR Means for Transfer Pricing
In this article, learn how MNES can prepare themselves for the end of the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR), which comes to a hard stop in June 2023.
The Transfer Pricing Beat: News for the Week of March 1, 2021
Discover the latest in transfer pricing news— Taiwan’s new regulations, Denmark’s accelerated submission deadlines, and the Thai Revenue Department’s latest notifications to enforce compliance.
Avoid Audits in Australia—XBS Reveals How!
Considered one of the most aggressive tax agencies in the world, the Australian Tax Office is vigilant when it comes to enforcing compliance. In this article, learn how MNEs can stay on its good side.
The Transfer Pricing Beat: News for the Week of February 22, 2021
Learn about the latest in transfer pricing news—the Dominican Republic’s new tax guidance, Coca Cola’s continued legal battle with the IRS, and the Ferragamo France transfer pricing methodology case ruling.