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.