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Transfer pricing

Companies operating in countries around the world depend on the internal sharing of ideas, products and services to advance their global competitive position. When those ideas, products and services cross international borders, however, there’s a price to pay. It’s known in the taxation world as transfer pricing, and to avoid non-compliance penalties you need careful planning and meticulous documentation. Establishing prices that are favourable as well as defensible can also have a significant effect on your worldwide tax position. 

Our global transfer pricing experts have been on the front lines, as advisors to taxpayers and officials with tax authorities, in many jurisdictions around the world. In Canada, our transfer pricing specialists are located in all major business centres, and work regularly with our international counterparts to resolve disputes and save your organization significant time and money.

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