Author Archives for Brett Schoell

As the lead development and account manager for ktMINE’s Transfer Pricing, Valuation, and Forensics markets, Brett Schoell supports clients’ research efforts to reduce the time needed to make critical business decisions. With ktMINE, Schoell has been involved in economic discussions in the transfer pricing community. He coordinates and leads technical training sessions on TP analysis issues. His client interactions range from tax executives to economic consultants, coordinating with global business teams.

TP Minds International 2020

ktMINE recently had the opportunity to participate in the 2020 TP Minds International conference and we want to share our takeaways from the panels. After four days of panels with ideas from experts around the globe – it’s clear that while the world has been forced to slow down, the transfer industry remains active. There

How your functional analysis should inform your benchmarks

Transfer Pricing, when done appropriately, ensures that intercompany transactions are made at arm’s length. As a refresher, arm’s length means when related entities engage in a transaction they must do so as if the transaction is transacted between unrelated parties. This ensures fairness and that appropriate taxes are paid in the correct countries. Practitioners rely

Force Majeure: Examining the Post COVID-19 Intercompany Agreement Reality

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