A company that has transactions with related parties, in Serbia and abroad, must prepare and submit transfer pricing documentation along with annual tax return.
Well-run businesses need to consider emphasis on compliance and audit activity. Our team can help you understand complex issues related to transfer pricing.
Making sure you take the right approach to compliance takes time and patience, as demands and penalties from authorities are increasing.
At Grant Thornton, our people can offer real insight in the following areas:
- drafting transfer pricing documentation required by Serbian tax regulations
- developing transfer pricing policy and principles of accounting between related entities
- benchmarking – our sophisticated research and databases can help you defend your transfer pricing before tax authorities
- review and planning of your agreements with related parties to minimise tax burdens
- support during tax audit – we can prepare arguments and documentation to defend your position before tax authorities
- analysis of tax risks related to transactions with related entities
- transfer pricing trainings and workshops
If you would like an overview of Serbian transfer pricing rules and regulations, view our Serbian transfer pricing guide.
Global transfer pricing guide
If you would like an overview of different transfer pricing rules and regulations in key countries and details on contacting Grant Thornton, view our Global transfer pricing guide.
If you have any questions or would like to find out more about how we can help, please contact us.