Small & Medium size enterprises and foreign subsidiaries in Australia must comply with the Australian transfer pricing requirements. Many foreign subsidiaries are small in comparison to their parent company. Although the SME market may have smaller revenue than their large company counterparts, the transfer pricing consequences can still be challenging and complicated.
Australia introduced safe harbour rules to simplify the record keeping requirement for the SME market. To be eligible SME enterprises are obliged to document and explain how they qualify for any of the concessions contained in the safe harbour rules. We can assist with documenting and assessing the transfer pricing positions of the company in light of these rules.
Our fee rates provide a cost effective solution for these companies.