Multinational entities face a long list of potential tax and legal obstacles and rules to navigate through. One of the most important (and often overlooked) challenges relates to transfer pricing, or how to value goods and services exchanged between related international entities. If there is any common ownership between your business and another business that operates internationally, transfer pricing rules will dictate how to value those goods and services. Please join us for an insightful discussion on how to navigate the complex rules associated with this concept presented by Chad Wouters, CPA of Earney & Company, L.L.P. and Henry Kopf of Revolution Law.
Chad Wouters, CPA is a tax partner at Earney & Company, L.L.P. and has been with the firm since December 2006. Earney & Company, L.L.P.is a CPA firm that handles tax compliance, consulting and planning as well as audit and other assurance services. With an emphasis on strategy and planning, Chad works with his clients all year to ensure the most efficient tax strategies are put into place.
Henry Kopf is a business attorney who concentrates his practice on corporate counsel services, business law, due diligence reviews, securities law, and international business transactions. Before embarking on his legal career Mr. Kopf was a successful entrepreneur. He co-founded businesses focused on development and commercialization of technology used for the filtration, purification and separations of liquids for biotechnology and pharmaceutical applications. Mr. Kopf’s combined experience as both a business attorney and entrepreneur allows him to provide a unique and well-rounded prospective to clients.
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