From Idea to Delivery: Global Taxation and Transfer Pricing of Your Supply Chain After COVID-19
A pandemic hits the world and companies operating across international borders face real challenges adapting to the “new normal.” Yesterday’s transfer pricing model and strategies for managing global taxes need a fresh approach. Leaders of our International Tax practice and Transfer Pricing team will present ideas to increase cash flow and manage the impact of changes to your supply chain.
- Address 2020 intercompany pricing today and reduce “Estimated Tax Payments” and increase “Cash Flow” by avoiding cost plus arrangements when your company has excess capacity and labor components;
- Use effective transfer pricing and tax planning to drive excess tax costs out of supply chain migrations, re-locations, expansions, etc. Do not incur $30 in additional tax expense for every $100 of supply chain cost savings.
- Eliminate excess tax costs from domesticating your supply chain by taking advantage of U.S. export tax subsidies – IC DISC and FDII.
- For supply chains that remain abroad, consider advantages of regional incentives such as Mexico’s IMMEX programs and Honduras Maquila type programs.
- Brian D. Dill, JD, LLM, Principal, National Leader, International Tax Services | Cherry Bekaert LLP
- Kirk A. Hesser, MS, Managing Director, National Leader, Transfer Pricing | Cherry Bekaert LLP
Prerequisites | Experience with cross border transactions
Advanced Preparation | Experience with cross border transactions
Recommended Hours of CPE | 1 Hours*
Delivery Method | Webinar
Program Level | Intermediate
CPE Category | Taxes
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This event is complimentary. Due to this program being offered free of charge, there will be no refunds.
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