Since the onset of COVID-19, organizations are reassessing their intercompany agreements to include Force Majeure clauses. If you are unfamiliar with Force Majeure, read our previous blog for more information. Force Majeure is an “Act of God” clause that allows involved parties to renegotiate or terminate an agreement if an unforeseen or unpredictable event occurs.
As COVID-19 continues to shift everyday life and the global economy, accounting professionals are looking for information to help guide their clients through these trying times. These organizations will lean on their in-house experience and should pay close attention to the lessons learned during the 2008 market crisis. Force Majeure is a clause included within
On July 24, 2018, the United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit overturned the United States Tax Court’s landmark Altera Corporation vs. Commissioner of Internal Revenue’s 2015 decision. The crux of the case centered around the requirement for cost-sharing agreements between controlled parties to include stock-based compensation. The case was heard by Chief
In the world of IP, work can also be play. Utilizing the very information you use every day, you can potentially uncover interesting insights related to big blockbusters before the credits are ever rolled. The Avengers: Infinity War Let’s take a look at one of the biggest titles coming out this year- Avengers: Infinity War.
TP Minds held their annual Americas conference February 20-21 in Miami, Florida. ktMINE’s Brett Schoell, Market Lead of Transfer Pricing & BEPS, and Brian Hodge, Business Development Consultant, attended the event, where ktMINE was an Associate Partner. In light of the recent Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA), there are several acronyms at the top
ktMINE’s Chief Operating Officer, John Wiora, was among the more than 40 Transfer Pricing leaders that shared their insights at the TP Minds West Coast Conference in San Francisco. Trending TP issues addressed at the conference included BEPS, digital economy taxation, managing risk, and the changing international landscape. Wiora led a breakfast discussion on the