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Profit Level Indicators You Can Trust

You’ve made a consequential business decision, after looking at it from every strategic angle, including tax planning. As part of a big cross-border transaction, you’re reorganizing—moving functions, assets, and risks to diverse jurisdictions. But there’s a problem: The transfer pricing data connected to the new legal entities is sparse, putting you at an immediate disadvantage ...

The OECD’s Global Tax Reform: Where We Are Now

Will 2021 Be the Year of Breakthrough Tax Reform? It’s hardly news that many of the world’s most powerful brands have long played the international tax system like a violin, legally avoiding tax bills on the profits they’ve made in high-tax jurisdictions. Nor is it news that the OECD has been trying for years to ...

What Is Transfer Pricing?

Multinational companies often engage in intercompany transactions. Why are tax authorities watching their every move?

Transfer Pricing and Intragroup Services

Intragroup service arrangements are one of the most highly scrutinized types of transfer pricing transactions. Here’s what you need to know to stay in compliance.

Transfer Pricing and Tangible Goods

Determining arm’s length prices for tangible goods begins with selecting the right transfer pricing method. In this informative white paper, CrossBorder Solutions’ Chief Economist Mimi Song outlines OECD-approved transfer pricing methods and reveals each one’s real-world applications.

Transfer Pricing and Financial Transactions

The OECD’s new guidance on intragroup financial transactions offers recommendations on constructing arm’s-length intercompany loans, guarantees, among other financial arrangements. What does it mean for multinational companies? CrossBorder Solutions’ Chief Economist Mimi Song dives into the nuances of financial transactions from a transfer pricing perspective.

The Surprising Advantages of Transfer Pricing Planning

A proactive approach to intercompany transactions can lead to a better understanding of the business, fewer conflicts with tax authorities, robust documentation, and of course, arm’s length results. Here’s how to get started.