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Courses Online Free email newsletter Social media marketing Party Supplies Association Insurance Company American Online Course Closet Organizers Transfer pricing: I-T notices to 56 firms in Gujarat January 8th, 2012 The Times of India reported that the international taxation wing of the Gujarat income tax department has issued notices to several multinational companies and Gujarat-based private companies over transfer pricing leading to revenue adjustments of around Rs 1,300 crore.
The report said that most of the notices had been sent to companies who route their exports through tax havens which the department suspected has been done to evade tax. The orders were issued last month for the assessment year 2008-09. Transfer pricing is about the price at which goods or services are transferred between one country and another within the same organization. Transfer pricing regulations were introduced in 2001-02 to ensure that the country doesnt lose revenue from companies that undertake cross-border transactions between related parties. Sources said that these adjustments will translate into a tax collection of Rs 400 to Rs 450 crore.