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Transfer pricing in practice for smaller enterprises video


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Publication date: 16 Mar 17 | Source: NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Abstract:
This video is a filmed session from the 32nd National Convention, PowerPoint slides are incorporated with the presentation. This video covers:

  • Australia’s transfer pricing rules – a brief history to the present
  • the IDS and simplified record keeping concession
  • what TP documentation looks like and penalties country by country reporting
  • audit issues.

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Transfer pricing in practice for smaller enterprises
Author(s):  Chris BOWMAN

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Christopher Bowman CTA
Chris is a Director at William Buck in Sydney and is primarily responsible for international tax advice. Chris joined the Taxation Consulting Group of William Buck in 2005 after over 15 years experience with PwC in Australasia and Europe and recently, 2 years in the ATO Transfer Pricing Practice. He was previously an Executive Level member of the Australian Taxation Office Transfer Pricing Practice, located in Large Business and International, Sydney, and a designated Competent Authority in the Asian team. - Current at 08 February 2007
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This was presented at 32nd National Convention .

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