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Transfer Pricing - get it right before it gets you

Published on 11 Mar 2003 | Took place at The Menzies Hotel, Sydney , NSW

Are you ready to deal with an ATO Audit?

This course was specifically designed to focus on the transfer pricing rules as they apply to small and medium businesses.

It covered the procedures that need to be put in place and the issues that need to be addressed to ensure you survive a potential tax audit.

The presenters have extensive transfer pricing and tax experience, both in Australia and overseas. They specialise in advising SMEs and their advisors on transfer pricing and related taxation issues.

Get a 20% discount when you buy all the items from this event.

Individual sessions

Transfer pricing process: documentation and ATO expectations

Author(s):  Stephen BRECKENRIDGE This seminar paper covers the transfer pricing process - documentation and ATO expectations. Topics covered include:
- what is the "four step " process
- what is the minimum level of documentation required by the ATO?
- dealing with the common transactions for SMEs, including buying and selling stock, management fees and intercompany loans.

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ATO disclosure and audits

Author(s):  Chris BOWMAN This seminar paper covers the following topics:
- Schedule 25A - the first part of the ATO 's risk assessment process
o Who needs to complete Schedule 25A?
o What are the key areas?
o The instructions - decipher the jargon
o Will losses or low profit levels attract ATO attention?
- What to do when the ATO comes calling.

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