Tax authorities around the world are now closely looking at transactions between related party companies. Particularly, the Bureau of Internal Revenue enjoined its tax examiners to conduct a thorough examination of the related party transactions and see to it that revenues are not understated, and expenses are not overstated in the financial statements and tax returns, as a result of these transactions. Hence, taxpayers must be well-informed of the transfer pricing rules and the applicable compliance requirements to minimize their risks when engaging in related party transactions. In this free webinar, the discussion will include the following topics:
- Transfer Pricing Concepts and Arm’s Length Principle
- Tax Driven Transfer Pricing Scheme
- Intra Group Services
- Losses due to Covid-19 pandemic
- Transfer Pricing Documentation Requirements
Nikkolai has been with P&A Grant Thornton since he started his professional career in 2007. As such, he has gained extensive experience in providing tax compliance/due diligence audit and tax outsourcing services to local and multinational companies. He has also crafted tax studies and transfer pricing studies for several clients.
Sheena began her professional career at P&A Grant Thornton in 2008. She has experience across divisions, from audit and assurance to tax advisory and compliance to business process solutions/outsourcing.
Marie Fe has been with P&A Grant Thornton since she started her professional career in 2007. She, therefore, has gained extensive experience in providing tax compliance/due diligence audit, tax outsourcing services, global mobility services, and transfer pricing studies to local and multinational companies.