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We are pleased to share with you the copy of our latest edition of “TaxBuzz”.

In the aftermath of COVID-19, benchmarking of profit margins of the low risk captive service providers from Transfer Pricing perspective would be a complex exercise, as the combined profitability in the value chain is shrinking and the associated enterprise would be seeking to renegotiate the remuneration paid as a cost plus mark-up, to reflect the margins in the current economic scenario.

Our “TaxBuzz” seeks to address the issue as to whether Nil or lower cost plus mark-up may be recovered by low risk captive service providers and whether the cost base of such service providers may be adjusted to iron out the effect of extra-ordinary circumstances due to COVID-19.

Click at Download Newsletter to read the TaxBuzz. We trust that you will find the same useful.

For any details and clarifications, please write to TP Team:
Mr. Ramit Katyal : [email protected]
Mr. Abhishek Agarwal : [email protected]

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