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Transfer pricing – 30 years on and still uncertainty paper

Published on 06 Oct 11 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • Division 13
  • Division 13 in practice in Australia 
  • key issues in transfer pricing in Australia
  • interrelationship between Division 13 and the associated enterprises article
  • methods
  • scope of Commissioner's powers 
  • SNF Australia case
  • implications of the SNF Australia case.

Author profiles:

Theodore Spirason
Don was formerly a Senior Tax Adviser, Foster’s Group and has recently commenced at BHP Billiton in the Tax Group. Don has had extensive experience in dealing with a broad range of tax issues while at Foster’s Group as well as working as a Tax Adviser at a leading law firm. Current at 17 October 2011
 
Author Photo - Paul Riley CTA
Paul Riley CTA
Paul has 24 years of experience in tax, with the Australian Taxation Office and in public practice, with 14 years of experience as a full-time transfer pricing specialist serving clients in Australia, the USA and the Asia Pacific region. Paul has recently been appointed as leader of Deloitte’s Victorian tax practice. Current at 06 October 2011 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Paul RILEY.

This was presented at 50th Victorian State Convention.

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