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Avoid risk and optimize your tax position

Transfer pricing is an increasing area of focus for tax authorities around the globe, with strict rules enforced in virtually every country. If regulators determine you have insufficient documentation to support your transfer pricing model, your business could face fines or other penalties. Compliance can be overwhelming and complex for anyone –– that’s where our transfer pricing professionals come in. You can rely on our team to help you accurately set and defend arm’s-length intercompany pricing and prepare the various detailed documentation required by many countries.

From transfer pricing experts to international business and tax specialists (not to mention our Japanese business services group), our advisors provide fast, accurate assistance with contemporaneous documentation studies, planning analysis, transfer pricing design, advanced pricing agreements, audit defense, and more. Ultimately, the work we do allows our clients to benefit from improved profitability and cash flow in addition to standing up to scrutiny.


Preparing for change: What you need to know about international regulations and transfer pricing

Transfer Pricing Thought Leadership

  • How COVID-19 is changing transfer pricing

    The COVID-19 pandemic has run across the global economic landscape like a wildfire. Multinational businesses with transfer pricing policies need to react quickly to modify the assumptions behind their strategies and manage losses appropriately throughout the supply chain.

    Kari Thiessen
    Article May 19, 2020 4 min read
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  • Transfer pricing: One size doesn’t fit all for middle-market companies
    Middle-market businesses need a cost-effective transfer pricing documentation policy that meets today’s needs and supports future growth. Here’s what you need to know to start planning.
    Kari Thiessen
    Article March 2, 2020 4 min read
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  • The implications of U.S. tariff changes
    Recent U.S. tariff actions have structural costs and supply chain implications. It's important you're on top of these changes and what they could mean for your company. During this webinar, you'll learn about actions and international strategies to consider amid these changes.
    Dave Andrea Bill Henson Kari Thiessen Yi Zhang
    Webinar January 14, 2020 60 min watch
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  • Mexican tax law change may have an adverse impact on your cash flows

    Mexico's tax authorities have eliminated taxpayers’ ability to cross-offset taxes effective Jan. 1, 2019. Find out how this may negatively affect your international organization’s cash flow management.

    Alejandro A. Rodriguez Julio Valdez
    Article January 29, 2019 1 min read
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Seamless global service on your side

To align transfer pricing policies with your evolving business needs, you need to see the full global picture. We provide that perspective, drawing on:

  • Our international business and tax experts
  • Professionals from our firm-owned offices in China, India, Japan, and Mexico
  • Our contacts at international tax authorities
  • Our alliance with Praxity, AISBL, the seventh largest and fastest growing accounting association in the world

In the words of Kari Thiessen, our firm’s transfer pricing director, “If your business operates internationally or is planning to expand across borders, transfer pricing should be top of mind. It’s our goal to help clients anticipate and solve international tax problems before they arise and provide insights on the opportunities and impact of international growth.” 

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