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Transfer Pricing News

Posted on July 28, 2016 by

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Clayton & McKervey has noticed a significant uptick in IRS requests for transfer pricing documentation at the beginning of tax audits. Given these developments, Clayton & McKervey hopes you find the following insights on the IRS transfer pricing audit roadmap helpful.

IRS Releases Transfer Pricing Audit Roadmap

  • Comprehensive toolkit provides insight to IRS strategies
  • Why is this transfer pricing roadmap important?
  • Face development and interpretation of transfer pricing results
  • Implications, other highlights and recommendations

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