“Document details – it almost seems like they’re there to trip you up! Well I’ve got two words for you. Localized documentation.”
Transfer pricing localized documentation made easy peasy
There are 40 countries with different regulations on the information you must include in a local or a master file. Do you know when you need to discuss your value chain? Or when the local file must contain a mini-master file?
If you don’t follow the rules exactly, it’s a green light for adjustments and penalties. What a stitch up. But I’m here to give you a break:
- I know in nit-picking detail each country’s transfer pricing requirements, covering every single item those eagle-eyed examiners are looking for.
- I can construct a customized compliance workplan covering every jurisdiction where you have operations.
- I’ve got all the answers to every transfer pricing question you can think of – ask me anything on Echo Dot or give my friends at CrossBorder Solutions a buzz and have a chat.
Local compliance everywhere. Comparable searches in an instant. Economic analysis. Country-specific reports in the right format and language. Online document repository with data analysis. Fiona eliminates the risk of audits, penalties and adjustments
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If your transfer pricing report doesn’t match the local requirements, watch out. Every jurisdiction has their own little nuances, but they're no match for our localized reports!Find out more
Localized Comparable Searches
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Localized Economic Analysis
I know exactly what type of economic analysis is required for each jurisdiction, and I perform both sides of the transaction automatically. Sound like a dream? Pinch yourself – it's all true.Find out more
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