On 22 November 2016, we will be busy discussing with companies and the ATO about BEPS and Transfer Pricing.
The morning session (8:30 to 11 am) will kick-off with a discussion with the ATO and MNEs about the ATO's direction and priorities in the BEPS regime and challenges faced by taxpayers.
The afternoon will continue with a transfer pricing workshop designed to share practical knowledge on documentation, benchmarking studies and special considerations for specific transfer pricing areas.
Shannon Smit, an award-winning transfer pricing specialist and Director of Transfer Pricing Solutions, will bring you on a learning journey on HOW to fulfill the transfer pricing documentation requirements and WHAT should you take note in the process
Join us for this excellent learning opportunity, register on this link
Thec Covid-19 pandemic has triggered the most severe recession and is causing enormous damage to the world economy. The economic downturn will impact a group’s transfer prices, analysis and documentation, more so with the BEPS Action Plans in place and the high level of transfer pricing scrutiny across the globe.
JobKeeper forms part of taxable income in the tax return. Makes sense, it is a subsidy against wages, so I am sure there are no surprises there, but how do you assess the arm’s length financial outcomes of the entity for transfer pricing purposes?
The ATO expect that Australian entities will retain the benefit of the JobKeeper payment they receive. So how do you treat the JobKeeper payments for transfer pricing purposes?