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Transfer Pricing Workshop: The new International Dealings Schedule

Tax event | 30 November 2012

Tax event
Event name: Transfer Pricing Workshop: The new International Dealings Schedule
Event date: Friday, 30 November 2012
Event time: 3.30 p.m. until 5 p.m. (followed by drinks and canapés)
Location: Deloitte, Melbourne
Address: Deloitte Melbourne
Level 10, 550 Bourke Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
Speakers and hosts: Soulla McFall
Peter Faull
David Letos
Food and beverage: Followed by drinks and canapés
Enquiries: Ashley McLellan
Tel: + 61 3 9671 7412
RSVP: Tuesday, 20 November 2012
Ashley McLellan
Cost: Complimentary

Background

We would like to invite you to Deloitte's workshop on the new International Dealings Schedule (IDS). The IDS replaces the Schedule 25A and thin capitalisation schedules and all companies need to complete the new IDS from the 2012 year.

Information required for the IDS is significantly greater than for the current Schedule 25A and there are additional complexities involved in completing the schedule. The workshop will be in two parts: an introductory/overview session followed by a practical case study.

We will provide an overview of the IDS, including:

  • The reasons behind the introduction of the IDS by the ATO
  • Major differences between the IDS and the Schedule 25A
  • Risks and requirements of the IDS for taxpayers, particularly in the context of changes to Australia's transfer pricing legislation
  • Potential issues (e.g. data collation) that may be encountered when completing the IDS
  • Tips for completion based on our experience.

We will also work through a case study dealing with the various questions on the IDS and the disclosures required, together with potential areas of transfer pricing risk that certain disclosures may highlight.

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