Transfer Pricing: What You Need to Know
Jan 11, 2018

Transfer pricing is widely acknowledged as the top international tax issue for multinational companies with related-party (or controlled) transactions. These multinationals face potential scrutiny from tax authorities around the world, which may take steps to impose transfer pricing adjustments that could result in double taxation and nondeductible penalties. Review the fundamentals of transfer pricing and uncover practical steps your company or clients can take to identify transfer pricing exposures and proactively mitigate them.

Transfer Pricing and Valuing International Entities and Global Intangibles
Sep 29, 2016

Guy Sanschagrin, WTP’s National Transfer Pricing and Valuation Services Practice leader, will share his perspective on Transfer Pricing and Valuing International Entities and Global Intangibles during the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA) International Business Valuation Webinar week on September 29, 2016, at 7am Central Time. Webinar week runs from September, 26-September 20, 2016.

OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting Plans: What You Need to Know in 2016
May 11, 2016

WTP Advisors’ Guy Sanschagrin and Quantera Global’s Richard Slimmen Speaking on The Knowledge Group’s Live Webcast, May 11. With growing international attention on multinational corporations avoiding taxes, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) released its final reports on BEPS in October of 2015. While some of these guidelines won’t go into effect for a few more years; others like the new transfer pricing documentation standards and country-by-country reporting are in full force now. Therefore, it is important for companies to understand the changes, be transparent regarding finances and know how BEPS can impact their organizations.

Australian transfer pricing – the new frontier
Nov 20, 2014

Australia has been a leading advocate for change in relation to the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (“BEPS”) initiatives and the Australian Taxation Office (“ATO”) is currently focusing considerable resources to challenge the well-publicised transfer pricing practices of a number of high-profile e-commerce multinationals.