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November 15 @ 16:00 - 18:00
The SPIBA Finance Committee continues a series of #SPIBATaxTalks meetings and discussions in the “taxes and wine” format and invites you to participate as listeners or experts.
The rules of the Customs Code of the EAEU, which allow to include in the customs value a part of the seller’s income from the sale, disposal or use of imported goods, have recently been actively applied by customs authorities to include dividends and royalties in the customs value. This problem is only getting more acute day by day. Therefore, we propose to gather over a cup of wine and discuss:
- Can dividends be included in the customs value in principle?
- How can the transfer pricing documentation help us fend off the inclusion of dividends in the customs value?
- If there are special rules for including royalties in the customs value, then why do the customs authorities include them according to the rules for “income from the subsequent sale, disposal or use of imported goods”? Is it right?
- Will the provision on the inclusion in the customs value of income from the subsequent sale, disposal or use of imported goods due to the seller become rubber?
Date: Wednesday, November 15th
Time: 16:00 – 18:00
Venue: Hotel Indigo St. Petersburg, Tchaikovsky str., 17