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Procter & Gamble is the world’s largest brand name with business partnerships located
throughout the globe. Based in America, this multinational consumer goods company is
headquartered in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, United States with company revenues over $84.17
billion in 2013 (P&G, 2014). One of the issues is “double taxation”, essentially being taxed by
the host and foreign country, thus, tax relief deductions on cross border taxation is how investors
can maximize their investment while reducing additionally imposed cross border taxes.
P&G would benefit from transfer pricing by the funneling income of money from one country to
another and by pricing of transactions between related parties to be conducted at a market rate.
According to this methodical theory, P&G would save millions in cross border taxation, thus,
creating a significant investment within their overseas operations. Lastly, there would be very
little if any government intervention consider that this s a legal way of tax deferring.
Reference
P&G. (2014, June 7th). Proctor & Gamble. Retrieved from Proctor & Gamble:
http://www.pg.com/en_US/index.shtml

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