Transfer pricing - the practice of establishing arm's length prices for related party cross-border transactions is one of the many complex tax issues that multinational corporations face. In today’s “fair share of tax” environment, transfer pricing is becoming increasingly contentious as governments strive to protect their tax bases. New regulations, new documentation requirements, increased information exchange, prolonged audits, enforcement and significant penalties are the new Transfer Pricing reality.
PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Transfer Pricing practice draws from a global pool of over 3,000 professionals in more than 80 countries to advise you on developing compliant, tax-efficient structures that help advance your business goals.
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