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“Comprehend the various transfer pricing methods and their applications”
An area that taxpayers and authorities may disagree upon is the application of the five TP methods recognised by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). This often escalates into disputes, in which companies have to demonstrate why and how the specific method was adopted. Come gain practical insights of the common TP methods through various case studies.
Learn the techniques in ascertaining the appropriate method and pick up key tips to select and apply the TP method that best suits the type of related party transaction. Be ready to stand up to any scrutiny on your TP method!
• Gain an overview of the various TP methods and the key considerations when applying them
• Learn how to determine and apply the most appropriate method rule
• Understand the application of TP methods for services, distribution and intercompany loans through various case studies
• Be aware of the misconceptions and errors and learn of the dos and don’ts
This workshop has been organised in collaboration with Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax Professionals (SIATP).
Register now for this unique workshop. Registration is open until 10 March 2019; special discount applies to members of SiATP, ISCA, SICC SMF and TPS clients. Please open the following link for more information about the event: Sense and Sensibility of TP Methods
For further inquiries, please visit https://www.siatp.org.sg/events.html
Or contact Elaine Low at 65975718 or email to email@example.com
This e-Tax Guide is relevant to any Singapore MNE group with international operations and annual group revenue of at least S$1,125 million.
Recently the tax authority issued a tax assessment regarding transfer pricing to Rio Tinto’s aluminium division according to which additional taxes in an amount of $86.1 million.
The submission of corporate tax returns dateline in Singapore is around the corner, with most companies having to submit their tax return by 30 November 2022.