Establishment a permanent establishment and transfer pricing obligations

Establishment a permanent establishment and transfer pricing obligations Conducting business in another country may lead to the establishment of a permanent establishment (PE), which carries with it a number of tax obligations, including transfer pricing obligations. Transfer pricing regulations treat a company and its permanent establishment as related parties. In addition, the legislature includes, among…

customs classification

Impact of classification of goods on customs duties – opinion of the Advocate General of the CJEU in case C-104/23

On January 18, 2024, the Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union issued an opinion on the customs classification of prefabricated buildings. The case focuses on whether these buildings, which are mainly made of plastics, should be classified as “prefabricated buildings” under tariff heading 9406 or as “other articles of plastics”…

Who submits the TPR form after a merger?

The dynamically changing economic situation, continuous development of competition in most industries and the increase in costs constitute a quite challenge for companies. In order to maintain or improve their market position or minimize operating costs, capital groups decide, for example, to merge companies. Although the merger process itself is regulated by the provisions of…

Planning, rather than mere compliance, is the essence of transfer pricing

For most taxpayers, transfer pricing is associated with numerous and complex formal requirements that must be met within a specified deadline, under the threat of escalating and increasingly severe sanctions. But what if we approached the issue of market conformity of transactions differently? The established pattern Among the majority of taxpayers, we often observe the…