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Transfer Pricing
ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN INTERNATIONAL TAXATION
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Teacher: Jolly Mutesi

Transfer Pricing

Transfer pricing refers to the pricing of goods, services, or intangibles within multinational enterprises (MNEs) operating in different tax jurisdictions. This paper explores the fundamental concepts, methods, and regulations associated with transfer pricing. You will gain an understanding of how to determine arm's length prices, comply with documentation requirements, and address the challenges of transfer pricing in a global business environment. Practical case studies and real-world examples will illustrate the importance of accurately allocating profits and ensuring tax compliance across borders.



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    Principles of International Taxation
    ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN INTERNATIONAL TAXATION
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    Teacher: Alfred HabaasaTeacher: Jolly Mutesi

    Principles of International Taxation

    International taxation involves the principles and rules governing the taxation of cross-border transactions, ensuring fair and effective taxation while avoiding double taxation. This paper provides a comprehensive overview of the principles underlying international tax systems, including residence and source taxation, tax treaties, and the role of international organizations such as the OECD. You will explore key concepts like permanent establishments, foreign tax credits, and the application of anti-avoidance measures. Understanding these principles is crucial for developing tax-efficient strategies and managing international tax risks for multinational enterprises and individuals.

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    Energy Resources
    ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN INTERNATIONAL TAXATION
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    Teacher: Betty Ahwera

    Energy Resources

    The Energy Resources paper focuses on the unique tax considerations and challenges faced by the energy sector, including oil, gas, and renewable energy industries. You will examine the taxation frameworks applicable to energy resource exploration, extraction, and transportation activities, both domestically and internationally. Key topics covered include ring-fencing rules, fiscal regimes, special tax incentives, and environmental levies. Additionally, you will explore emerging trends such as carbon pricing and renewable energy tax credits, providing insights into the evolving tax landscape of the energy sector.


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