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Intangible Property and Transfer Pricing: Minimizing Valuation Risks

Over the past few years, several court cases between the United States and U.S. taxpayers – most notably the Veritas case – have brought the valuation of intangible property and related transfer pricing issues to the forefront of corporate tax planning. How intangible property is valued and how its
Over the past few years, several court cases between the United States and U.S. taxpayers – most notably the Veritas case – have brought the valuation of intangible property and related transfer pricing issues to the forefront of corporate tax planning. How intangible property is valued and how its transfer pricing should be established and defended is a strategic consideration every global organization must consider and address. This webinar will help you understand the issues and better evaluate the tax risks associated with intangible property.

After attending this webinar, you will be able to:
-Describe how intangible property is treated in the US tax code, including specified methodologies for evaluating prices
-State why intangible property issues are usually the cause of today’s most high-profile and high-dollar value tax controversies
-Describe the similarities and differences between valuations and transfer pricing analyses of intangible property
-Define the basic methods used for valuation of intangible property as well as the methods used for transfer pricing purposes
-Recognize why intangible property valuations and transfer prices are highly sensitive to certain assumptions and the choice of analytical method
-Identify the risks and defensibility of valuations and transfer pricing positions taken by a taxpayer with respect to intangible property

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Recorded May 9 2012 59 mins
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Kashif Mansori, Ph.D - Senior Economist Transfer Pricing Services - Experis
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