Into the final straight before transition to IFRS 15: What can we learn from financial reporting as of 31 December 2016?
移転価格税制（Transfer Pricing Taxation）とは、多国籍企業の国境を跨いだ関連会社間の取引（商品取引、役務提供、無形資産取引、融資およびリース取引等）を利用した、税率の低い国への不合理な利益移転を是正する税制です。近年の各国における税収不足を補うため政府は運用を厳格化してきており、多国籍企業は、クロスボーダー取引やグループ企業の税務戦略の設定において、移転価格税制による課税リスクを認識し、事前に対策を講じる必要があります。
Transfer pricing (TP) is becoming one of the most prominent international tax issues, receiving special attention from national governments, as well as having an increasingly significant impact on the operation of multinational enterprises. It concerns prices charged in related-party transactions, including the internal transfer of tangible goods, intangible property, services, loan financing, and leases. It affects every aspect of cross-border operations, as well as the worldwide tax burden of corporations.
Mazars’ publication Doing Business in Asia Pacific is a practical guide for businesses who have invested or are looking to invest in the region.
The IASB has published proposed amendments to IFRS 3 – Business Combinations and IFRS 11 – Joint Arrangements.
Unicorns may be mythical creatures, but the companies that bear this name are now a major force in business.
On 12 April 2016, two years after the publication of the new standard on revenue recognition, the IASB issued clarifications to IFRS 15, Revenue from Contracts with Customers.
On 13 January 2016, the IASB published its new Leases standard, IFRS 16. This signals the end of a major and highly controversial project, which was launched ten years ago in conjunction with the FASB.
Mazars’ Doing Business in Asia Pacific is a practical guide for businesses who have invested or are looking to invest in the region.
Mazars Doing Business in Asia Pacific is a practical guide for businesses who have invested or are looking to invest in the region.