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Panama Updates Transfer Pricing Reporting Form

by Ulrika Lomas, Tax-News.com, Brussels

27 April 2018


Panama's General Revenue Directorate has released a new version of its transfer pricing Form No 930, which must be used to present information on the pricing of cross-border transactions between related parties.

The updated form allows for the reporting of transactions involving intangible assets, economic analysis of pricing, comparables transaction which have been used when calculating arm's length pricing, and information on the group, including the identity of the group's ultimate parent entity.

The updated Form No 930 applies to the 2018 and subsequent tax years. The prior version of the form can continue to used for the 2017 tax year and for earlier tax years.

The updated form must be filed online through the Directorate's E-Tax 2.0 System within six months of the end of the relevant tax year. Instructions on filing the revised form are available on the E-Tax System.

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