The Fiona Show: Hot Off the Press

Looking for the latest transfer pricing headlines in one quick, easy-to-digest podcast for your commute? Look no further! Join Matthew DeMello, host of CrossBorder Solutions' transfer pricing podcast 'The Fiona Show', for a weekly rundown of the latest news and major changes in the global regulatory climate.

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Transfer pricing headlines, the week of February 3, 2020

The Dominican Republic tweaks documentation thresholds and its "white list" of not-tax havens, worldwide cacophony over the future of digital service taxes, and what's a few payments from devalued stock in a foreign company jointly owned between family? Danish Tax Court says: a controlled transaction.

Transfer pricing headlines for the week of December 9th, 2019

Steve Mnuchin pulls the chair out from under the same OECD Pillar One proposals he was advocating for at the last G20 summit, then the bickering begins over Pillar Two, and the IRS asks the Supreme Court to skip hearing SIH's appeal in a $377 million payout for unpaid taxes stemming from a loan guaranteed by its foreign partners.

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