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Global Transfer Pricing Explorer more practice-oriented with Transfer Pricing Tables that now include deviation highlightsMay-28-2021

Check out the new Transfer Pricing Tables in the Global Transfer Pricing Explorer.  Significantly expanded, they will support you when having to make quick and effective transfer pricing decisions.

 

Here is what’s new:

 

 

  • A new summary and analysis of local deviations from the OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines per country
  • Concise, up-to-date answers to questions such as whether a measure is in place or if action is required
  • A logical structure per practice area, such as benchmarking requirements or risk management. No scrolling through a chapter, everything is clustered per process type
  • New sections, e.g. BEPS implementation topics, benchmarking criteria, multiple-year analysis, self-initiated adjustments and more
  • The Transfer Pricing Deviations Tables provide quick, reliable answers thanks to a top-class, dependable updating frequency, as well as links to local source documentation.

 

Transfer Pricing Table Brazil - screenshot extract

 

About Global Transfer Pricing Explorer

IBFD’s Global Transfer Pricing Explorer is a subscription geared for tax practitioners who supervise and/or carry out transfer pricing processes across several jurisdictions. It is unique in its broad and in-depth coverage of the subject, detailing all aspects of transfer pricing for 62 jurisdictions, including all OECD and BRICS member countries. The Transfer Pricing Explorer comprehensively deals with comparability analysis, benchmarking, methods, business restructuring issues, intra-group financing, audit preparation, dispute resolution, intangibles, advance pricing agreements and competent authority matters.
 
In addition to the Transfer Pricing Tables that cover 66 countries, Global Transfer Pricing Explorer also includes Transfer Pricing Documentation Tables that cover documentation requirements such as country-by-country, Local and Master File reporting requirements, deadlines and penalties for over 90 countries.