Miscellaneous 2008

Transfer pricing - How much does your debt cost paper?

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 18 Nov 2008


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This paper:

  • outlines the transfer pricing impacts of the global credit crunch
  • discusses how to determine arm's length interest rates and take account of key factors such as borrower credit worthiness and characteristics of the loan
  • discusses the practical impact of the ATO's recent publications on the issue of debt finance, and the major areas of controversy
  • provides practical guidance on how to deal with the thorny issue of how to price loan guarantees.

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Transfer pricing - How much does your debt cost?

Author(s): David Grecian , Geoff Gill ATI


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Miscellaneous 2008

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