Over the last two years, the United States has enacted unprecedented new tariffs. The significant impact of these tariffs on trade and the global economy has been well-documented in economic literature and popular media.
Executives are beginning to recognize that a trade war and associated tariffs may be here for a while. Company strategies to mitigate the impact of tariffs have included shifting production out of China, re-negotiating supply contracts to share the tariff costs, and even scrutinizing product classifications or the definition of the country of origin.
The transfer pricing issues created by these recent tariffs have been particularly difficult due to the lack of recent experience with significantly high tariffs and a lack of guidance from tax authorities. Depending on the tested party and transfer pricing methodology, the impact of a tariff could raise both short-term and long-term transfer pricing issues.
This webcast will explain the tariffs rules and what companies are doing to mitigate tariffs and comply with transfer pricing.
- Define the new tariffs rules that have been enacted
- Identify the impact the tariffs rules have had on transfer pricing methods
- Cite the strategies companies are using for complying with transfer pricing and tariffs
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- Steve Wrappe, National Technical Leader of Transfer Pricing in Grant Thornton’s Washington National Tax Office
- Glenn Marku, Managing Director, Midwest Region Transfer Pricing Leader
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