Transfer pricing International tax & business 2018

Basics of transfer pricing documentation

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 18 Sep 2018


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This video is the recorded 18 September 2018 webinar from the transfer pricing series. It covers:
  • the objective of transfer pricing documentation (TPD)
  • history of TPD in Australia: Div 13 v Div 815-B and 815-C
  • analysis of global group and local entity, and review of related party dealings, including market and industry overview
  • implications of holding TPD - including disclosure in tax return and risk to ATO review/penalties.

Individual Session

Basics of transfer pricing documentation

Author(s): Ashish Dave


  • Published By: Ashish Dave
  • Published On:18 Sep 2018
  • Took place at:Four Seasons Hotel Sydney, Sydney

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Transfer pricing International tax & business 2018

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