More controversy expected As Indian companies breathed a sigh of relief after meeting the first compliance deadline of filing of Country-by-Country report (CbCR) and Master File (MF), what could lie ahead is more controversy and questioning from tax authorities as they gain access to new sources of information and increased transparency across the globe. This … More Is a surge in TP controversy post the MF and CbCR filing likely?
Union Budget 2018 is going to be the last full-year budget before the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections in 2019 and therefore there is a lot of speculation that it will be a populist budget. However, in an interview on 24 January, Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave indications that his Government will stay the course of … More Budget 2018: Transfer pricing expectations
Till a few years ago, the Union Finance Budget used to be the country’s signature tax event of the year. However, the recent past has seen tax-related changes roll in through the year, so much so that every month has taxpayers understanding and debating new developments, thereby consigning the Budget to a lower pedestal. The … More Transfer pricing in 2017 and what it means for the future
Change is certain, and the digital world is changing exponentially. It started with smartphones, which impacted the masses and led to the emergence of smart lives. As digitization and automation continue, it is now the time for smart businesses. Among many fast-emerging disruptive technologies, blockchain technology seems to have the potential to revolutionize businesses and … More Blockchain technology: Possible future of digital transfer pricing
OECD proposes changes to be incorporated in the 2017 update to the OECD Model Tax Treaty The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) on 11 July 2017 released the draft contents of the update to the OECD Model Tax Convention (the 2017 update). Among a number of other proposals, the 2017 update contains changes … More Developments in International Tax: An update and its impact
“As one more Indian fiscal year ended, it was yet again time to think of the various tax and fiscal developments in our country. On the airplane returning from an overseas trip in the first week of the new fiscal year, the familiar and comforting voice of the lady pilot announced the landing in Mumbai.
OECD issued the Final Reports on the 15 Action points announced under Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Projectproviding governments with much needed ammunition to close the gaps in the existing international rules that allow corporate profits to “disappear” or be artificially shifted to low/no tax environments, where little or no economic activity takes place … More Impact of BEPS on transfer pricing documentation (Action 15)