OECD proposals to have impact on transfer pricing in India

Once implemented, the measures proposed by OECD to curb tax avoidance activities would have "far reaching implications" in India's transfer pricing landscape as well as a significant impact on US multinationals with overseas operations, according to experts. Read more [...]

5 Tips for Managing a Company Internationally

Though it has come with its fair share of difficulties, running a business which has operations in more than one country gives you a unique perspective. With the right technology, it can be a seamless process Read more [...]

Where Are The World’s Safest Banks in 2014?

US investors looking for a broad choice of safe banks to deposit their savings in have to look across the Atlantic, to Europe. That’s where the majority of safest banks are, according to a recent survey of the World’s 50 Safest Banks by Global Finance. Specifically, all ten banks that topped the list were Europeans, including KfW of Germany, which occupied the first position. Read more [...]

International Trade On the Rise As Demand For U.S. Made Goods Increases

Recovery in the global economy has been irregular over the last few years. While the world economy grew 3.5% in 2012, the pace decelerated to 3.2% in 2013 and growth is expected to be only modestly better in 2014 at 3.4% and 4% in 2015, according to the IMF’s July World Economic Outlook. Read more [...]

10 Takeaways From Pew Global Economic Survey

The outlook for the sluggish global economy can be described as “blah,” but don’t tell that to a bipolar roster of nations with views on their own economies ranging from abject pessimism (think Greece) to an almost religious reverence (China). Read more [...]