Transfer Pricing

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Thomson Reuters releases transfer pricing database

Thomson Reuters launches transfer pricing database ONESOURCE

13 Nov 2013


OECD to unveil business tax avoidance action plan to G20

The OECD outlines its proposals to address tax base erosion by multinational businesses

19 Jul 2013


Transfer Pricing - A Necessary Evil?

If transfer pricing's so bad, what are the alternatives? ask Will James and David Sayers

11 Jul 2013

No unitary taxation “any time soon”, Lords told

OECD director Pascal Saint-Amans tells the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee more practical solutions to profit shifting should be sought

13 Jun 2013

FTSE 100 companies criticised over use of tax havens

ActionAid report criticises big business's use of tax havens after G7 pledges more work against avoidance

13 May 2013

£4.1bn secured by HMRC through transfer pricing challenges

HM Revenue & Customs claims it has garnered £4.1bn for the public purse since 2008 through challenging transfer pricing arrangements

10 May 2013

HMRC transfer pricing investigations up nearly half

HMRC investigations into transfer pricing rise 47%

21 Jan 2013

Transfer pricing more workable than unitary tax, say tax chiefs

A unitary tax would pose huge difficulties in implementation, say tax chiefs from OECD and PwC

03 Dec 2012

Osborne calls for profit-shifting crackdown

UK and Germany tell G20 that efforts to block corporate tax avoidance will require better, more coordinated, standards

06 Nov 2012

Alvarez & Marsal bring in former E&Y transfer pricing partner

Stephen Labrum joins Alvarez & Marsal after 13 years with E&Y

15 Oct 2012

AstraZeneca pay out $1.1bn in transfer pricing agreement

A pharmaceutical company has reached an agreement with US tax authorities to cover a 13-year period from 2002 to 2014

28 Mar 2011

Starbucks at loggerheads with the taxman

Transfer pricing issues sees Starbucks in stand-off with HM Revenue & Customs

09 Aug 2010

Cross-border tax probes set to rise

Number of tax probes set to rise after AstraZeneca settles transfer pricing dispute with HMRC

04 Mar 2010

Translation service to curb tax fines

Companies given more options of avoiding transfer pricing fines with document translator

09 Nov 2009

E&Y sees more aggression on transfer pricing

Tax authorities seeking more penalties for mistakes on TP

30 Sep 2009

Governments line up transfer pricing tax crackdown

Transfer pricing on governments' radar

21 Sep 2009

IRS triumphs in transfer pricing dispute

Silicon Valley chip manufacturer loses in court against US taxman

01 Jun 2009

Dixons contravenes transfer pricing rules

Tax tribunal publishes decision

23 Apr 2009

Arbitration not litigation will solve transfer pricing wrangles

HMRC increase in the number of transfer pricing investigations over the next 12 months is not the best way to resolve disputes say experts

23 Apr 2009

Number of transfer pricing enquiries to rise

Taxman expands activity investigating transfer pricing

09 Apr 2009

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