Transfer pricing refers to the price at which related parties interact for intercompany transactions within multinational and multistate firms. Transfer pricing rules apply to related party transactions including tangible transfers, intangible transfers, provision of services, and intercompany loans and financing.
While firms set their own intercompany pricing policies, failure of those policies to follow both U.S. and foreign transfer pricing rules can result in penalties and adjustments. If your firm is multinational, transfer pricing policies may likely affect your global tax rate. Proactive development of transfer pricing policies can help you minimize compliance risk and potentially reduce your global effective tax rate. This webinar discusses the basics of U.S. transfer pricing planning and compliance.
Jason Fritts, MBA, International Tax Senior Manager
Jason has more than 13 years of transfer pricing experience, managing both domestic and international projects related to transfers of tangible and intangible property, the provision of services, and lending between related parties in multiple tax jurisdictions. He provides transfer pricing services across various industries. Jason has also assisted companies with planning and implementing intercompany pricing while helping to minimize risk, and has managed planning and documentation studies, provided controversy and audit assistance, performed cost sharing and headquarter cost analyses, and provided tax-optimized supply chain planning.
CPE: 1 hour
These are live-group seminars. No prerequisites or advanced preparation required. For information regarding refund, complaint and program cancellation policies, please contact Jason McKeever at 701.476.8773.