Published on 01 Apr 10
by "THE TAX SPECIALIST" JOURNAL ARTICLE
Since 2008, the Chinese tax authorities have displayed an increased willingness to wield their new powers to prevent multinational companies from utilising related party transactions to minimise their profits in China. This new environment, and local practices, present challenges for all foreign companies operating in China. Yet, good tax compliance does not dictate that related party transactions should be avoided. Sensible and appropriate transfer pricing will still provide an opportunity for companies to legitimately reduce their tax burden.
Matthew McKee FTI
Matthew is an Associate in the Tax Disputes and Litigation team at Argyle Lawyers (to be renamed Rockwell Olivier in March 2013), and has extensive experience in managing complex ATO audits, disputes and litigation for high net worth wealth individuals, SMEs and Project Wickenby taxpayers. Matthew combines a detailed understanding of the tax laws with a strategic approach developed from his experience in dealing with ATO officers. Matthew has run a number of successful excess contributions tax cases, including several cases where the ATO had previously refused to disregard or reallocate the excess contributions. Current at 18 February 2013
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Shi works for Hwuason Lawyers.
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