The obligation to prepare transfer pricing documentation applies to an increasing number of entities. At the same time settlements between related parties enjoy growing interest of tax authorities. Every year, the legislator introduces new amendments and the existing regulations become more restrictive and ambiguous. New requirements, broadening of the definition of relations, frequent inspections and increased sanctions make the obligation to prepare transfer pricing documentation a considerable challenge for a number of companies, requiring a lot of knowledge and experience.
To meet the growing needs of the market, Crowe's team of experts has prepared a package of services including comprehensive support and advice for companies in drafting transfer pricing documentation and comparative analyses. Our advisors will not only help to eliminate tax risks by drafting documentation fully compliant with statutory requirements, but will also advise on the choice of transfer pricing policy tailored to the individual needs and structure of a given capital group and specific multinational enterprise.
It is worth emphasizing that in addition to risk mitigation, a well-thought-out transfer pricing policy can help to achieve business objectives across the entire capital group and thus can become a tool for conducting effective and efficient business operations.
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