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How is your company affected by transfer pricing rules?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 26, 2017 3:30:00 PM / by Shawn Burman posted in Transfer Pricing, Manufacturing

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Of course, as a company owner, you prefer your company’s tax liability to be as small as possible. Transfer pricing is a gray area of business tax law that is becoming increasingly more challenging for taxpayers who are multinational enterprises (MNE).  Proper transfer pricing practice through strategic tax planning can reduce your overall tax liability while ensuring compliance with government regulations.

To help you remain on the right side of transfer pricing, and to help you avoid an IRS audit as a result of poor transfer pricing planning, we’ve compiled some basic information and direction. In addition, the MKS&H accounting experts are available to answer your specific transfer pricing questions and help you remain compliant.

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Transfer Pricing for Multinationals: Maximize Opportunities and Minimize Risks

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 11, 2015 9:07:11 AM / by admin posted in Transfer Pricing, tax deductions, accounting, business, multinational, tax, Tax Savings, Manufacturing, international

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Transfer pricing continues to be one of the most important matters facing multinational companies. The tax situation in any given country can affect whether or not your business sets up facilities or holds intellectual property ownership there. The IRS and numerous tax authorities worldwide are intensifying their focus on how corporations allocate income and expenses among related entities abroad because of the potential to shift income inappropriately to lower tax jurisdictions.

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Transfer Pricing: Maximize Opportunities and Minimize Risks

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 16, 2014 10:12:50 AM / by admin posted in Transfer Pricing, tax, International Tax

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Transfer pricing continues to be one of the most important matters facing multinational companies. The tax situation in any given country can affect whether or not your business sets up facilities or holds intellectual property ownership there. The IRS and numerous tax authorities worldwide are intensifying their focus on how corporations allocate income and expenses among related entities abroad because of the potential to shift income inappropriately to lower tax jurisdictions.

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