Sometimes, multinational enterprises find themselves faced with double taxation. E.g. when the tax authorities of one state impose transfer pricing adjustments for cross-border transactions without corresponding adjustments being made in the other state.
Double taxation is not limited to just the transfer pricing realm. Differences in how some states interpret tax treaty provisions, income or other qualifications will also lead to double taxation. While double taxation typically involve corporate profit taxes, they may also concern other taxes.
Resolving international tax disputes
Resolving international tax disputes often requires the cooperation of tax authorities in two or more states. In that case, a Mutual Agreement Procedure (MAP) or arbitration is the way forward.
Contact Meijburg for tax disputes?
Our specialists would be pleased to help you with cross‑border tax disputes and tax proceedings. If you have any questions or would like to discuss tax disputes and tax proceedings please call Aldo Mariani or Tom Noë.