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Transfer Pricing ($175) - Self Study

This ADIT preparatory course, covers the fundamentals of transfer pricing based on the OECD model. It is a result based course that will focus on transfer pricing methods, the arm’s length principle, comparability, compliance issues and avoiding double taxation and dispute resolution. The course has been designed to accommodate working professionals that can not be part of the Zoom Live sessions. By enrolling on the course, you will have access to the course materials and limited tutor assistance for six months.

Topics covered

  • An introduction to Transfer Pricing
  • The Arm's Length Principle
  • Functional Analysis
  • Transfer Pricing methods
  • Comparability
  • Specific Transactions
  • Permanent Establishment
  • Ethics, Compliance and Documentation
  • Dispute resolution
  • Recent trends in Transfer Pricing

Length of course

Not applicable.

Study materials

In this course, students will be given the following;

  • A course manual/text book
  • Podcase with video slides
  • Intergovernmental resources & links (OECD, UN etc)
  • Recommended academic journals
  • Practice multiple choice questions with answers & explanations
  • Essay & Problem Question assessments - with tutor feedback

Requirements

Basic knowledge of International Tax Principles

Tutor

Munachiso OGU-JUDE

Jude is the Business director of MOJITAX International Tax Training Center, and an adjunct lecturer of law with UNICAF (University of South Wales & UNICAF University Zambia). He has previously worked as a lecturer at Université de Cergy-Pontoise, Cergy, France (UCP) and a legal consultant at Syed’s Law Care Solicitors, Birmingham, England.

Jude holds an LLB with first class degree and an LPC with distinction from Birmingham City University, Birmingham, England. He also has an LLM/French masters degree from Université de Cergy-Pontoise.

In 2019, he participated in the inaugural cohort of Texas A&M’s International Tax Online curriculum, where he and a team of tax professionals examined the OECD’s Secretariat Proposal for a “Unified Approach” under Pillar One and published ‘Comments and Recommendations for the OECD “Unified Approach” to Digital Taxation’.

Jude has published several academic journals and articles on Corporate Law and Taxation.

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