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Transfer pricing legislation reform - Tranche 2: What does it mean for tax payers presentation

Published on 16 May 13 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

What does the next round of proposed changes to the transfer pricing legislation mean for taxpayers?

  • ??interaction with other transfer pricing guidelines, legislation, treaties and OECD guidelines
  • ??increase in the ATO’s ability to re-characterise and/or unwind transactions??
  • similarities and differences to Part IVA
  • ??implications for the preparation of transfer pricing documentation and penalty protection??
  • action steps for taxpayers.

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Jesper SOLGAARD
Jesper is a Partner at Ernst and Young. Current at 25 June 2013 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Jesper SOLGAARD.
 
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Paul BALKUS
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