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The Logic and Practice of Transfer Pricing

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Format : eBook
No of Pages : 300
Country :Singapore
Published Date :2014
Compatible with : Desktop iOS Android

Book Description

Key Features


This book takes a ground-breaking approach in explaining transfer pricing in a logical, clear and easy-to-understand way with liberal use of diagrams and practical illustrations. The issue of transfer pricing has put companies with global presence like Starbucks, Google and Apple in the news.


Whether you are a CFO or financial controller with transfer pricing impacting your statutory accounts, a tax leader managing transfer pricing risk or a finance manager wrestling with transfer pricing true-ups, you will find this book to be an accessible and indispensable companion.




♦ Making sense of BEPS ( Base Erosion and Profit Sifting) including the latest September 2014 Action 8 on intangibles and Action 13 on Country by Country Reporting

♦ User-friendly layout, diagrams and illustrations

♦ Logical sequence and exposition of key concepts using plain English

♦ Practical dimensions - strategy, planning, dispute resolution, operational TP, operating in developing countries and organising a transfer pricing function

♦ Transfer pricing presented in a multidisciplinary context across tax, law, economics and accounting


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About the Author(s)


Sam Sim

Sam is passionate about education and continuous learning. He combines practical industry experience and academic teaching at IBFD, SIM University and to CPAs to convey a complex topic in an accessible, practical way to tax students, in-house tax and finance professionals and business decision makers.


Sam is a board member of the Tax Executive Institute Asia Chapter and formerly chair of the Capital Markets Tax Committee TP Sub-Committee,Deputy Head of Global Transfer Pricing for a FTSE100 multinational company and holds graduate degrees in Tax (NYU School of Law), Accounting (SMU) and Economics (Cambridge).