An increase in international trade and multinational corporations looking to expand in developing economies has lead to transfer pricing becoming a top item on everyone’s agenda. Tax authorities are refining their transfer pricing rules and many countries such as Ireland have newly introduced transfer pricing legislation. Tax professionals and multinational corporations need to adapt rapidly and monitor the legislation and rules for any future changes.
Why not find out more about this fast developing area by taking a look at the links below.
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The OECD has issued some important documents in 2014:
To view previous transfer pricing documents issued by the OECD click here
The European Union's Transfer Pricing page can be accessed here
Some of the Transfer Pricing Resources available on the Revenue website include:
Find out more about transfer pricing by reading the following articles from Ireland’s leading tax journal, the Irish Tax Review:
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