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Transfer pricing: Schedule 25A presentation


This presentation covers:

  • when should a Schedule 25A be completed?
  • which transactions need to be included on the Schedule 25A?
  • how are transactions appropriately characterised, ie which labels?
  • what information is required to complete the Schedule 25A?
  • how does the ATO use the information contained in the Schedule 25A?
  • practical guidance on how the ATO views responses to specific questions in the Schedule
  • what is transfer pricing documentation?
  • what is the ATO's 4-step process?
  • what are the commonly used transfer pricing methodologies?

Author profiles

Soulla McFall CTA
Soulla is a Partner with Deloitte. - Current at 01 March 2012
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Michael Jenkins CTA
Michael Jenkins, CTA, currently holds the position in the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) of Assistant Commissioner in the Public Groups & International business line. Mr Jenkins has more than 18 years specialist experience in transfer pricing and related areas of international tax. Mr Jenkins was heavily involved in the development of Australia’s revised transfer pricing legislation (enacted 2013), and subsequently led the ATO team preparing ATO interpretative and other guidance materials relevant to the legislation. In his current role, Mr Jenkins is the ATO’s Chief Economist leading a team of around 70 professional economists. Mr Jenkins has been an Australian delegate to the OECD’s Working Party 6 on transfer pricing matters since 2010, and was also Australian competent authority for transfer pricing matters from 2010-2012. - Current at 03 August 2017
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Peter Faull
Peter works for Deloitte - Current at 01 May 2008


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Transfer pricing: Schedule 25A

Author(s):  Soulla MCFALL,  Michael JENKINS,  Peter FAULL

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