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Multi-National Companies Face Tax Risk with Transfer Pricing

Multi-national Companies

Because of increased IRS audit procedures, multi-national corporations face great risk when it comes to transfer pricing from both a compliance and tax planning perspective.  The familiar multi-nationals like Amazon or Microsoft have made headlines regarding transfer pricing disputes and adjustments that run into the billions.  In an excellent article by the Journal of Accountancy, small, closely-held companies are not immune to such risks, especially when they venture into overseas expansion.  Here, you’ll find a great overview of transfer pricing issues from a financial reporting and tax perspective.

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