Transfer Pricing

At Moore Australia, we help you to navigate the fast-changing and progressively complex transfer pricing landscape.

Worldwide, governments are applying greater scrutiny and enforcing more stringent regulations on transfer pricing practices. As a result, transfer pricing is becoming an increasingly important aspect of tax planning for multinational organisations.
 
Australia’s transfer pricing regime operates on a self-assessment basis, and our rules are some of the world’s most advanced. Failure to provide transfer pricing documentation that demonstrates compliance with the arm’s length principle can lead to your organisation receiving substantial penalties from the Australian Tax Office (ATO).      
 
At Moore Australia, we leverage our vast global network to provide you with comprehensive transfer pricing advisory. Our Australian tax team works closely with international tax specialists to provide respected planning, compliance and documentation support. We take a holistic and commercially-focused approach, working to ensure your transfer pricing policies and model reflect your overall corporate strategy.
 
From helping you to build commercially viable and defensible transfer pricing policies to preparing documentation, we look for opportunities to generate tax efficiencies and reduce your risk of challenges from revenue authorities. We can also support you through the ATO risk review or audit process where required.

TRANSFER PRICING NEWS

OECD releases Transfer Pricing Guidance for COVID-19

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) released guidance on the transfer pricing implications of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Nghi Huynh from Moore Global's member company Arminino in America summarises the key points in her blog.



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Implications of COVID-19 on Transfer Pricing Policies

The continued economic impact of COVD-19 in Australia, Asia Pacific and the wider world has naturally forced or accelerated the process of businesses to review their existing operations and commercial arrangements. Companies have taken stock on the impact of COVID-19 on their financials, business models and supply chains.
 

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