On June 29, 2018, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) released Publication 5300 (06‑2018), Transfer Pricing Examination Process (“TPEP”), a 37-page document intended to guide IRS agents in the planning, execution and resolution of transfer pricing examinations (“TP Audits”).
The Netherlands American Chamber of Commerce recently featured Ben Miller, Partner and leader of the firm’s Transfer Pricing practice, for their February Member Spotlight. Ben shared insight into Bennett Thrasher’s international practice and how the firm’s unique culture makes it different from competitors.
With some of the most dramatic changes in US taxation in over 30 years forthcoming, individuals
and businesses should take time to reassess their tax planning for 2017 and future years to
determine how they will be affected.
Multinational firms have historically sought to establish transfer pricing policies that comply with the local transfer pricing rules and regulations while also helping to facilitate strategic objectives that drive profitability.
Bennett Thrasher is proud to share that we have recently been recognized as a leading transfer pricing advisory firm by International Tax Review in its World 2018 guide.
Bennett Thrasher LLP, one of the largest full-service public accounting and consulting firms in the country, has promoted to partner: Townsell G. “Tigger” Marshall III, in the Personal Financial Services practice, and Jennings P. Pitts, in the Corporate Tax practice. The firm now has 38 partners.
News stories exposing many large multinational enterprises (“MNEs”) like Apple, Starbucks, Google, etc. for utilizing tax avoidance schemes are motivating governments and tax authorities around the world to quickly ramp up enforcement of tax rules intended to mitigate the ability for MNEs to implement such schemes.
On April 7, 2017, the United Nations issued a revised version of transfer pricing manual that improves the alignment of the UN’s standards for transfer pricing with those offered by the OECD. Key updates related to value chain analysis and pricing controlled transactions involving services or intangible property
Passive Foreign Investment Companies – (PFICs)
A primer on what they are, how they are taxed and how to minimize the U.S. tax consequences of ownership.
It is that time of year again for taxpayers to begin organizing their financial and tax information to collaborate with their tax advisers in light of the approaching tax filing season. Taxpayers should be aware of the new due dates to ensure information is provided timely so that their tax returns are filed on time or appropriate extension requests granted.
DFK International recently published the DFK International Estate Planning Handbook, a handbook in which skilled experts of DFK International give an overview of the tax and legal regulations concerning international asset portfolios in select countries.
Expansion into foreign markets is generally motivated by the perception that increased access to customers, vendors, natural resources, etc. will lead to increased shareholder returns.