IRAS does not have a specific preference for any one method. Instead, the method that produces the most reliable results, taking into account the
Frequently Asked Questions : Singapore Transfer Pricing
Is there a surcharge on Transfer Pricing adjustments made by the IRAS?
The Comptroller may make adjustments to the income of the Singapore taxpayer if the arm’s length principle has not been followed. In other words, the
When are related party transactions exempted?
The threshold for related party transactions to be exempted is: Where the taxpayer transacts with a related party in Singapore, and such local
What is the penalty for not preparing or retaining Transfer Pricing Documentation?
Taxpayers who do not prepare Transfer Pricing Documentation in accordance with section 34F of the Income Tax Act shall be liable to a penalty up to
What is the threshold to prepare Transfer Pricing Documentation for a Singapore Company?
A Singapore entity is required to prepare Transfer Pricing Documentation for a particular financial year if either of the following conditions are
Is Transfer Pricing Documentation Mandatory in Singapore?
In 2018, the IRAS made it mandatory for a Singapore Company to prepare Transfer Pricing Documentation. A new section i.e. Section 34F was inserted in
When are entities said to be related in transfer pricing?
As per Section 13(16) of the Singapore Income Tax Act, “related party”, in relation to a person, means any other person who, directly or indirectly,
What is contemporaneous transfer pricing documentation?
Transfer pricing refers to the pricing of goods, services, and intangibles between related parties. The arm's length principle has to be adopted for