Transfer Pricing Services

Transfer Pricing Services

Help to develop and implement economically supportable transfer prices, document policies and outcomes and respond to tax authority challenges.

Help to develop and implement economically supportable transfer prices...

In an increasingly global business environment, multinationals commonly no longer make, market and sell their goods and services within national borders. However, fiscal authorities vigorously defend their national tax bases with detailed transfer pricing regulations, strict documentation requirements, sophisticated audit practices and significant penalties for non-compliance. Multinationals must be able to present clear arguments to support transfer pricing decisions because the tax authorities reviewing a cross-border related party transaction might not agree on an appropriate ‘arm’s length’ price.

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 What we do?

Governments and their revenue authorities are responding to the globalization of business operations by strengthening legislation, demanding stricter documentation of transfer pricing practices and imposing higher penalties for non-compliance. Multinationals must be able to present clear arguments to support transfer pricing decisions. KPMG’s CEE Transfer Pricing Services practice helps companies develop and implement economically supportable transfer prices, document policies and outcomes and respond to tax authority challenges.

How we can help your business?

Our CEE practice includes economists, tax practitioners, lawyers (where permitted under local law) and financial analysts from KPMG CEE member firms who offer experienced local resources and essential local knowledge within a global framework — allowing us to formulate tax efficient, commercially viable transfer pricing strategies.

Our CEE Transfer Pricing Services professionals provide advice in the following areas:

  • Development and implementation of commercially sensible, fiscally efficient transfer pricing policies and modifying of existing policies to reflect changes in law or business circumstances.
  • Preparation of the documentation for a strong, first-line defense against tax authority challenges.
  • Assistance in collection of evidence of the receipt of assistance
    received from related parties, especially in a form of management or
    administrative type of services or other shared services being subject
    to headquarter charges.
  • Assessment and management of the transfer pricing risk factors and
    pursuing of bilateral or multilateral Advance Pricing Agreements (APAs)
    or Competent Authority negotiations.
  • Performing benchmark studies supporting or defending the implemented transfer pricing policies..
  • Assistance in litigation process in disputes with regards to transfer pricing issues.

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