Multinational businesses face complex tax planning issues, and transfer pricing is one of the most critical areas for global businesses to understand. Strategically planning for related-party transactions results in significant tax efficiencies, while failure to plan can produce costly and unnecessary tax bills.
Frazier & Deeter’s Transfer Pricing team helps global companies understand intercompany pricing issues and their tax implications, both domestically and globally. We help you look across all global operations to understand opportunities and develop policies to achieve compliance with an approach that minimizes tax for intercompany transactions that cross tax jurisdictions.
Our team of highly experienced transfer pricing specialists helps address issues arising in related-party transactions with a full scope of services.
We help you look across your organization, especially as it is expanding operations into new countries, to understand the transfer pricing issues and opportunities.
We then help you develop company policies to structure intra-group transactions to be tax efficient. We utilize benchmarking studies, value chain analyses and other tools to develop policies.
We provide transfer pricing documentation and reporting to assist with tax compliance in line with OECD, US or other local country requirements.
If necessary our team will act as an extension of your in-house team, assisting in responding to transfer pricing enquiries from tax authorities.
Whether your business is expanding across borders or has a history of intra-group transactions our team can help you ensure your transfer pricing is managed to optimize tax efficiencies. Give us a call today to discuss your unique situation.
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