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Transfer pricing is an increasing area of focus for tax authorities around the globe, with rules enforced in virtually every country. The rules around correctly setting, and defending, arm’s-length intercompany pricing are complex, and many countries require detailed documentation.

With extensive foreign market experience and expertise, we not only help you ensure compliance but also help you plan ahead to minimize risk and optimize your tax position. You can rely on our advisors for fast, accurate assistance with contemporaneous documentation studies, planning analysis, transfer pricing design, advanced pricing agreements, and more.

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Transfer Pricing Thought Leadership

  • Global connections: The Praxity North American International Tax Conference

    The global implications of U.S. tax reform and the changing business landscape in China and Europe were the trending issues at North America’s leading international tax event.

    Kellie Becker Jason Drake Lou Longo
    Article November 19, 2018 3 min read
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  • Avoid knee-jerk reactions to tax and tariff changes
    The news around economic trade policy might leave some automotive executives feeling like they need to act. Ignore that impulse and focus instead on long-term strategies. Read more in Automotive News.
    Daron Gifford
    Article September 11, 2018 2 min read
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  • Applying operational PDCA to trade and tariff risk
    Trade negotiations have all but concluded with Mexico and are proceeding with Canada, additional tariffs have been placed on Chinese products related to Section 301 actions, and the automotive Section 232 investigation continues. Here’s how business leaders can stay ahead of uncertainty related to trade and tariff risk.
    Daron Gifford
    Article August 30, 2018 7 min read
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  • Keeping pace with trade: From words to action
    It’s hard to keep up with the U.S. tariff- and trade-related events, including proposed tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese imports and the ongoing Section 232 investigation on automobile and automotive parts imports. Here’s what business leaders should know.
    Daron Gifford
    Article July 23, 2018 6 min read
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Our Team

Our transfer pricing specialists work closely with you to help you understand and answer difficult questions. We help you clarify transfer pricing requirements, design global transfer pricing policies and architecture, and complete required documentation for the IRS and international tax authorities.

Whether via firm-owned offices in China, India, Japan, and Mexico or our alliance with Praxity, AISBL, the seventh-largest and fastest-growing accounting association in the world, our expert strategists help you see the global picture to minimize double taxation, reduce your global effective tax rate, and align transfer pricing policies with your evolving global supply chain and changing customer needs.