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Services related to transfer prices

The audit of transfer prices has become more and more emphasised in Hungary from 2004, and it is shown by the fact that since 2007 it has become an area of special attention for the tax authority. This, instead of the earlier, looser settlement practice needs a new attitude from businesses and means a new challenge for tax experts as well.

Since its foundation, Kolchis Ltd. has considered the examination of transfer prices established between associated businesses and the minimisation of tax risks related to this field a priority. Our services include:

the review of applied transfer prices, when we map transactions between associated parties completely, identify critical areas and make suggestions to decrease risks by taking into consideration practical feasibility and the internal regulations of the company group.

in accordance with the effective regulations, the compilation of appropriate logs, in which, by presenting facts and circumstances affecting the establishment of transfer prices we substantiate that the prices applied in the audited transaction are "arm’s length" prices

elaboration of transfer pricing politics for the multinational company group, in which we examine along the full value chain established in the expanding company group the prices applied in transactions between the associated companies, and we make suggestions to their establishment or amendment,

the review of market ("arm's length") profit margins, which are necessary for the application of the "cost plus method", the "resale price method" or any "other method". These services are made available by Hungarian and international databases (Amadeus and DATAX) at our disposal, and our elaborated search techniques.

Our services related to transfer prices are established in accordance with your special need, in a manner that we take into consideration risks inherited from the past, and the objectives and guidelines set forth by the company group.