Are the proper expenses relating to your head office correctly recharged to the other business divisionsin the Netherlands or elsewhere?
One important issue for transfer pricing specialists is the head office expenses category, particularly since it is often not immediately clear whether some of these expenses must be recharged or, if so, how high any profit mark-up must be. The OECD reports about intragroup services do not deal with head office expenses as such, but only make a distinction between “shareholder expenses” and “costs of the provision of services.”
Using cutting-edge software applications, Meijburg & Co Global Transfer Pricing Services can produce a high-quality report that the Dutch Revenue and non-Dutch tax authorities generally accept as a basis for the cross-border recharge of head office expenses. The report includes cost and functional analyses, and a cost allocation overview.
In short, a report on head office expenses offers clear quantification, qualification, and allocation of head office expenses.
Additional benefits of our report:
- It provides deeper insight into your company and its business processes.
- It lends more weight to the body of transfer pricing documentation.
- It helps you avoid disputes with the Dutch Revenue and non-Dutch tax authorities.
- Our expertise and use of software and templates make the report cost-efficient.