Key Transfer Pricing Considerations (and Opportunities) in the Era of COVID

Presented by Bob Bamsey, RSM, Pat Kelly, Fredrikson & Byron, P.A., and Ken Levinson, Fredrikson & Byron, P.A.
Hosted by Fredrikson & Byron

Companies that are continuing to deal with their international contracts during these daunting times must also navigate the complex rules regarding transfer pricing and related tax audits. They face additional challenges relating to issues such as:

  • How has the global pandemic of COVID-19 made international business transactions, especially with related parties, even more difficult for companies to manage?
  • Is it time to review and revise my transfer pricing agreements?
  • What happens if my company gets caught internationally between inconsistent audits or changes by different tax authorities?
  • Is the cost of changing transfer pricing methods or comparables worth the effort in the time of a down market?
  • What changes do I need to be paying close attention to?

On September 29, these questions will be answered, along with some key takeaways for consideration as tax and legal advisors from RSM and Fredrikson & Byron come together to explore and explain this new landscape of transfer pricing tax issues. In this complimentary webinar, attendees will learn these top takeaway considerations for these new transfer pricing agreements, as well as:

  • Related Party Contracts in the Era of COVID-19
  • Overview of Transfer Pricing Concepts, Substantiation and Reporting
  • International Dispute Resolution: Treaty vs. Non-Treaty Situations
  • International Impact of BEPS, C-by-C Reporting, etc.
  • Updating Studies to Reflect COVID, Market Changes

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