TRANSFER PRICING: The Intangible Assets Case

Intangible Assets

The transfer pricing of intangible properties has always been a significant issue for multinational enterprises (MNEs). The excellent idea devoted to this matter with the current drive of the OECD to counter tax base erosion is dim long over-due. Indeed, the case with transfer pricing is technically considered a neutral concept but erroneously taken as … Read more

Comparable Uncontrolled Price (CUP method) in Real World

The arm’s length principle treats the members of a multinational group as operating in separate entities, rather than as inseparable parts of a single unified business. Therefore, it is required multinational enterprises (MNEs) to follow the same pricing policy for intra-group and uncontrolled transactions, under comparable circumstances. Otherwise, the controlled companies shall take the necessary … Read more