Multinational corporations face complex tax issues, and transfer pricing — the practice of establishing arm's length prices for related party cross-border transactions — is becoming increasingly important.
Global tax authorities continue to enact legislation to ensure taxpayers uphold the arm’s length principle in all related-party transactions. Stricter penalties, new documentation requirements, increased information exchange and better trained audit staff make transfer pricing a more contentious issue. Is your organization prepared?
PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Transfer Pricing practice draws from a global pool of 1,100 professionals in more than 150 countries to efficiently meet the cross-border tax challenges of globalization. We help multinationals with the following:
PwC has one of Canada’s largest multidisciplinary teams of transfer pricing professionals, and will work with your organization to produce innovative and effective transfer pricing solutions. The Global Tax Monitor, an independent global study conducted by Taylor Nelson Sofres (TNS), recently ranked PwC as the leading Transfer Pricing firm in Canada according to reputation and usage figures for 2007.
Contact our transfer pricing professionals to discuss your cross-border concerns.