Anwyll, Bond, Sweigart and Mains on Leading Practices for Intercompany Agreements for U.S.-Based Multinational Enterprises (PDF)

Discusses leading practices with respect to drafting intercompany agreements so that U.S.-based multinational enterprises can improve their documentation practices and potentially achieve efficiencies resulting in lower compliance costs.
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Taxpayers are best advised to proactively assess the intercompany agreements they have in place and to take steps to eliminate any identified gaps. This Emerging Issues Analysis discusses leading practices with respect to drafting intercompany agreements so that U.S.-based multinational enterprises can improve their documentation practices and potentially achieve efficiencies resulting in lower compliance costs.

 

Brad Anwyll, Dale Bond, Elizabeth Sweigart, and Kathryn Mains are with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. Brad, a Principal, has over 30 years of experience in tax controversy and litigation matters involving federal and international issues. He can be reached at brad.anwyll@us.pwc.com. Dale, a Partner, has nearly 25 years of experience providing international tax and transfer pricing advisory services to clients in a variety of industries including oil and gas, consumer products, and high technology. He can be reached at dale.bond@us.pwc.com. Liz, a Director, has nearly 15 years of transfer pricing, tax controversy, and project management experience. She can be reached at elizabeth.a.sweigart@us.pwc.com. Kate, an Associate, can be reached at kathryn.e.mains@us.pwc.com. Learn more about PwC at http://www.pwc.com.

 

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