U.S. companies doing business with foreign related parties are subject to penalties if the prices paid are not arms-length. DHG has a team dedicated to examining related party transactions and producing documentation of a taxpayer’s pricing arrangement. Proper transfer pricing documentation can help mitigate IRS penalties of up to 40 percent.
DHG’s Transfer Pricing Services Group has extensive experience examining cross-border transactions and has assisted clients in meeting complex transfer pricing regulations around the world.
Tailored Services and Deliverables
Our transfer pricing professionals recognize each client’s unique position and help develop customized transfer pricing solutions. Rather than mere documentation, our team of tax professional and economists can help tailor a transfer pricing strategy that fits the compliance and planning needs of your enterprise. We focus on risk management – complying with the documentation requirements that minimize penalties – and on planning – getting the right plan in place to reflect the specifics of your manufacturing/distribution process.
As a result of our membership in Praxity, a global Alliance independent accounting and tax firms, we are equipped to manage transfer pricing projects in multiple jurisdictions around the globe.
Our Offerings Include:
- Advance Pricing Agreements
- Controversy Support and Audit Defense
- Cost Sharing Agreements
- Group Restructuring
- Intangible Asset Valuation
- Risk and Opportunity Assessments
- Supply Chain Management and Conversions
- Transfer Pricing Documentation
- Transfer Pricing and Tax Planning
- Uncertain Tax Position and FIN 48 Reviews
DHG understands the highly competitive and demanding concerns of our clients and we make strategic recommendations to help maximize the financial goals of your business.