Transfer Pricing

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EU Parliament Wants Transfer Pricing Rules To Apply Sooner

By Natalie Olivo

The European Parliament voted Wednesday to adopt new transfer pricing rules that would take effect one year earlier than previously planned, sending the proposal to the European Union's council of member countries for consideration.

IRS' DOJ Referral Rules 'A Disaster,' Sen. Whitehouse Says

By Kevin Pinner

The IRS protocols for referring cases to the U.S. Department of Justice are "a disaster" for enforcing laws against bankers and other actors who help U.S. taxpayers evade taxes, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse said Wednesday during a hearing on offshore tax evasion before the Senate Budget Committee.

Treasury Proposes Long-Awaited Stock Buyback Tax Rules

By Kat Lucero

The U.S. Treasury Department proposed a pair of long-awaited rules Tuesday that detail the calculation and reporting of a new excise tax assessed to publicly traded corporations that recently bought back their own shares of stock on the open market.

Contrasts Emerge Between Taiwan Tax Bill, Regular Treaties

By Natalie Olivo

A bill pending in the Senate would lay the groundwork for double-tax relief and other treaty-like arrangements with Taiwan, but the unique legislative process and relatively reduced content could cast uncertainty over the unofficial accord's ultimate fate.

IRS Penalties Proper In $11B Amgen Dispute, Tax Court Says

By Dylan Moroses

The Internal Revenue Service properly authorized penalties included in a tax bill of nearly $11 billion that drugmaker Amgen is challenging, the U.S. Tax Court said Thursday.

IRS Says $28M In Fines Against Microsemi Adhered To Rules

By David van den Berg

The Internal Revenue Service is again pressing the U.S. Tax Court to rule that it followed supervisory approval requirements when it imposed nearly $28 million in penalties against semiconductor manufacturer Microsemi in a transfer pricing dispute.


Expert Analysis

The Benefits Of Competent Authority In Int'l Tax Disputes

Multinational enterprises seeking relief from double taxation in a changing international tax landscape should consider utilizing the competent authority process, which provides both taxpayers and domestic tax regulators an efficient and effective means of dispute resolution, say David Farhat and Eman Cuyler at Skadden.

Taxpayer Considerations For La. Audit Program Participation

While the Louisiana Department of Revenue's recently announced transfer pricing managed audit program could resolve time-consuming, expensive audits for many taxpayers, companies nevertheless need to consider the attendant risks in participation, say Jaye Calhoun and William Kolarik at Kean Miller.

International Tax Reform's Implications For Transfer Pricing

As the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development overhauls the global tax rules on base erosion and profit shifting, and the Biden administration rolls out new U.S. tax proposals, multinational enterprises need to prepare for the effects of these tax changes on their transfer pricing structures, say Mandy Li and Shuang Feng at MGO.

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