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Transfer pricing - the current landscape in Australia
The first set of mega transfer pricing disputes in Australia underscores some important practical considerations.
Australia
1 Mar 2017
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More road signs needed at the intersection of international tax laws to avoid disputes
The ATO is doing a good job in trying to revisit how it delivers guidance to ensure it is provided on a timely basis.
Australia
20 Feb 2017
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Budget 2016/17 - Multinationals in the spotlight
Given the media attention on measures to combat multinational tax avoidance, several integrity measures were announced.
Australia
9 May 2016
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Foreign investors face new tax hurdle to get FIRB approval
Changes to the foreign investment review system aim to ensure that foreign investors comply with Australian tax laws.
Australia
8 Mar 2016
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The transfer pricing Chevron decision - funding, parental support, currency… and the experts
The decision highlights the importance of having relevant and high-quality expert evidence in transfer pricing disputes.
Australia
10 Nov 2015
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Base erosion and multinational profit shifting: Where to from here?
The G20 group has signed off on an OECD Action Plan to tackle tax base erosion and multinational profit shifting.
Australia
19 Aug 2013
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Corporate tax in an online world
You can generate substantial profits in Australia by having just a "digital presence", without being exposed to taxes.
Australia
27 Jul 2013
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Transfer pricing and Part IVA amendments now passed, so make sure you're ready
Amendments to the transfer pricing rules and Part IVA anti-avoidance regimes have just been passed by the Senate.
Australia
28 Jun 2013
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Reconstruction of transactions the key concern in the transfer pricing taxation reforms
The transfer pricing reforms would give the Tax Commissioner very wide powers and few constraints.
Australia
28 May 2013
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Don't write off the tax system just yet
The international tax rules may have "passed their use-by date" but changes must be based on a real, not perceived flaw.
Australia
15 Mar 2013
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Countering tax avoidance - the new Part IVA rules introduced to Parliament
The Government has unveiled its long-awaited bill to reform the general anti-avoidance and transfer pricing tax rules.
Australia
16 Feb 2013
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Transfer Pricing Bill: a priority for the Autumn parliamentary session
The Tax Laws Amendment (Cross-Border Profit Allocation) Bill introduces the second tranche of transfer pricing reforms.
Australia
5 Feb 2013
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Second stage of the transfer pricing reforms - Government releases exposure draft
The Government released for public comment the exposure draft of the new bill to modernise the transfer pricing rules.
Australia
5 Feb 2013
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Modernisation of transfer pricing rules: draft reforms released for public comment
The new Amendment Bill is intended to give effect to the second stage of the Government's transfer pricing reforms.
Australia
26 Nov 2012
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Transfer pricing... legislative change, 30 years in the making
The Government has released proposed retrospective amendments that will implement reforms to transfer pricing.
Australia
30 Mar 2012
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Taxman´s Grab For More Tax From Non-Residents With 100% Offtake Agreements
Until very recently, non-resident entities without a presence in Australia which made certain offtake agreements for the supply of natural resources could be confident they would not be taxed in Australia.
Australia
11 Sep 2007
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Allocating Risk in Public Private Partnerships
Australia has a long history of private sector participation in the provision of public infrastructure facilities, including roads, bridges, tunnels, railways, ports, water treatment facilities, sports facilities, hospitals and prisons.
Australia
24 Nov 2004
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