Companies Face More Pressure To Get Transfer Pricing Right

Law360, New York (July 28, 2016, 5:21 PM EDT) -- Amid a changing global tax environment and a seemingly renewed determination by the IRS to litigate transfer pricing disputes, multinational companies wanting to save millions of dollars in audits and legal fees are under heightened pressure to ensure the accuracy of prices for products traded between related legal entities.

With billions of dollars at stake in high-profile cases involving Amazon.com Inc., Altera Corp., Coca-Cola Co. and Microsoft Corp., and the IRS’ recent reorganization of its Large Business and International Division, which has resulted in a larger transfer pricing practice, the agency appears to be acting out comments made by its former...

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