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Demystifying Transfer Pricing - How to Approach it at a Practical Level

Published on 27 Mar 2007 | Took place at Rialto on Collins, Melbourne , VIC

The concept of transfer pricing is usually easy to understand but at a practical level, the application of methods and preparation of documentation presents many challenges. Using topical case study examples, these materials aim to give a practical understanding of the current ’hot issues’ in transfer pricing.

The following questions are addressed:
- what are the ATO’s current areas of focus in transfer pricing?
- how does the ATO go about its risk profiling and risk assessment activities?
- what methodologies and approaches are being applied to related party transactions commonly encountered in business today?
- how is a functional analysis put together and documented and what are the common deficiencies in putting it together?
- where are the opportunities?

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Individual sessions

The ATO and transfer pricing in 2007

Author(s):  Michael JENKINS

This presentation covers:

  • the last eight years
  • how does the ATO profile and assess risk?
  • what is the ATO looking at in 2007? 
Materials from this session:

Example Australia Pty Limited - transfer pricing study

Author(s):  Chris BOWMAN The concept of transfer pricing is usually easy to understand but at a practical level, the application of methods and preparation of documents presents many challenges. This paper provides a topical case study.

Materials from this session: