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Advance Pricing Agreements With Tax Authorities: The Impact Of COVID-19 On Transfer Pricing

Your existing (or pending) advance transfer pricing agreement with tax authorities could be affected by the COVID-19 crisis; here are the issues you should be aware of in the months ahead.

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Using Intercompany Service Charges To Share Losses

When it comes to intercompany transactions, accounting for COVID-19 could potentially impact your transfer pricing risk. Here’s what to think about before making changes to intercompany service charges.

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Intercompany Agreement Considerations During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Business is not “as usual” in the time of COVID-19; here’s why you should review your intercompany agreements now in light of the new reality, and questions to consider when amending.

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Transfer Pricing Implications Of COVID-19

For multinational corporations, grappling with COVID-19 also means considering these transfer pricing issues.

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Using Capital IQ To Access Compustat Data: How To Find The Data You Need

Transitioning from Research Insight to Capital IQ for Compustat’s market research data? Here are four tips to make the transition successfully.

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How To Manage Purchase Price Allocation (PPA) For Tax Purposes

Purchase price allocation is required during an acquisition. Here’s how to take the right approach for more favorable tax results.

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How To Complete A Year-End Transfer Pricing Review [A Checklist]

Will your transfer pricing policies stand up to scrutiny this year? Get a checklist of steps for conducting a thorough year-end risk assessment.

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Arm's Length Principle In Transfer Pricing

The arm's length principle of transfer pricing has been the standard for many years, but is it perfect? Here’s a basic explanation of the term and reasons why it’s being called into question.

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