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  • Service: Tax, Financial Services
  • Industry: Financial Services
  • Type: Newsletters
  • Date: 6/6/2014

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Luxembourg Tax News 2014-10 

June 2014

New transfer pricing guidelines adopted by European Commission

 

On 4 June, the European Commission (EC) adopted a “communication” that includes guidelines on three aspects of the treatment of transfer pricing transactions:

 

  • The risk management in dealing with transfer pricing
  • The application of secondary adjustments
  • The use of compensating adjustments

 

According to the EC release, these guidelines are relevant in the context of the ongoing OECD work on the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting project (BEPS).

 

The transfer pricing guidelines are drawn from the work of the EU Joint Transfer Pricing Forum (JTPF), as established by the EC to improve the functioning of the Single Market and to allow for better corporate tax coordination.

 

This communication also provides an update update on the implementation of the JTPF work programme (PDF, 773 KB), which runs until March 2015.

 

Read more about these new transfer pricing guidelines in a related release in the form of "frequently asked questions" (PDF, 56 KB) (FAQs).

 

For further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

 

 

 

 

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