Ben Miller is a Partner in the Transfer Pricing practice at Bennett Thrasher. Ben works with clients across a wide range of industries to design, implement and/or maintain transfer pricing policies that align strategic business objectives with local and foreign transfer pricing rules and regulations. Ben’s broad base of experience includes evaluating the transfer prices of tangible goods, intangible property, services and loans for various purposes, including penalty protection documentation, planning, international supply chain and debt restructuring, Advance Pricing Agreements, preparation and implementation of audit defense and due diligence for Mergers/Acquisitions.
Prior to joining Bennett Thrasher, Ben spent over five years in the Deloitte Tax LLP transfer pricing practice where he assisted corporations operating in the telecommunications, media, healthcare, REIT, technology, logistics, pharmaceuticals, financial services, leisure management, industrial products and consumer goods industries. Ben is currently the Vice Chair, Transfer Pricing, of the international tax committee of DFK International, where he participates in the international coordination and advancement of tax advisory services among DFK International member firms. Ben earned his Ph.D. in economics from the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University in 2008, with a focus in labor economics and public finance. He also earned his Master of Arts in economics from Georgia State University and graduated Cum Laude from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Business Administration, majoring in international economics, and a Bachelor of Arts in Hispanic linguistics. Ben has been quoted in the BNA Transfer Pricing Report and his original works have been published in the International Tax Review, BNA Transfer Pricing Report & Tax Management Weekly State Tax Report, Global Trade Magazine and the Industrial and Labor Relations Review. Ben is a member of the American Economic Association.