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Customs Valuation and Transfer Pricing helps customs administrations to examine the acceptability of a transaction value fixed between related parties in determining the customs value and assists multinational companies in determining acceptable transfer prices for customs purposes and in preparing supporting documentation. Issues of transfer pricing have come to the fore in both international tax and customs regimes. In particular, the problem of how to apply the two systems of valuation to the same transaction is of widespread concern. This well-known book, now in a fully updated second edition, is a problem-solving guide for professionals charged with valuating transactions in their client’s or company’s best interests. Through detailed examination of relevant guidelines, transfer pricing methodologies, and business realities prevailing among multinational enterprises, it offers a cogent and convincing account of how tax and customs transfer pricing regimes may be harmonized.
What’s in this book:
The second edition incorporates many of the relevant intervening international developments in the field; for example, the most recent commentaries, case studies, and draft instruments of the Technical Committee on Customs Valuation and rulings issued by the United States. Among other essential elements, the author discusses the following in depth:
How this will help you:
The book will continue to provide practitioners, customs administrations, and academics with a comprehensive knowledge of transfer pricing principles applicable in the tax and customs fields and a highly practical analysis of the intersection of transfer pricing and customs valuation. It will be welcomed by customs administrations charged with examining the acceptability of a transaction value fixed between related parties and multinational companies as a truly actionable tool they can use to optimize decision-making as it relates to transfer pricing and customs valuation in a “real world” setting.