KPMG's Global Transfer Pricing Services is a network of experienced tax professionals, financial analysts, and economists.
Transfer pricing is one of the vital tax tasks for corporations in a global economy.
Transfer pricing is one of the most important issues that businesses must pay attention to when investing in various parts of the world. Tax laws and tax authority’s requirements on transfer pricing may differ from country to country. Knowing the details and trends of transfer pricing policies throughout the world will help businesses make appropriate and adequate preparations in ways that minimize tax risks and burden associated with transfer pricing. As OECD published its final BEPS Action 13 report, countries around the world are starting to make laws based on the transfer pricing documentation suggested in the action plan. Meanwhile, the tax authority of Taiwan has published new amendments to the transfer pricing regulation, which officially incorporates Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action
13 into Taiwan’s 3-tier transfer pricing documentation framework. These movements require businesses to re-examine their global tax management strategies on a group level, and begin preparing new transfer pricing documents as part of the day-to-day operation. Making the right preparations would help businesses manage taxation costs more effectively on a global setting.
KPMG's global transfer pricing service draws on the expertise of senior tax professionals, financial analysts and economists from a network of independent member firms affiliated with KPMG. Together, they provide professional transfer pricing services to customers around the world in areas that are relevant to their business activities. KPMG's global transfer pricing service team comprises nearly 1500 professionals from different locations and areas of expertise.
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