Transfer Pricing is one of the key tax requirements to consider when expanding your business outside Singapore. Operations in more than one country (at least two countries) is sufficient for a business to be caught up under the transfer pricing regulations.
Transfer Pricing is still a new discipline in Asia Pacific. However, Tax Authorities in the region are super committed to ensure compliance with the legislation.
Whether you are a transfer pricing newbie, a transfer pricing enthusiast or if you just want to understand what transfer pricing is all about, we have summarized below the key things you need to know:
If you are an Entrepreneur, Start-Up or SMEs don’t disregard transfer pricing and fall under the trap of thinking that transfer pricing
affects large MNEs only. Be proactive, and manage your transfer pricing compliance and risks at the beginning to avoid future
Transfer Pricing Solutions Asia can assist with practical and cost-effective solutions for Entrepreneurs, Start-Ups or SMEs.
Indicative margins were introduced by the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (“IRAS”) in 2017 to be used in related party loans. What is the impact for Singapore Taxpayers?
Whether you need to prepare a benchmarking study when entering into a related party transaction depends on the country's transfer pricing regulations and the specifics of the transaction.
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.