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As explained in the HMRC approach to transfer pricing enquiries guidance note, taxpayers are required to make a transfer pricing adjustment in their UK tax return if an increase in taxable profits or reduction in allowable losses would arise from arm’s length pricing being applied to transactions with connected parties, when compared to the actual pricing that has been applied by the parties. Taxpayers are not permitted to make an adjustment which results in decreased taxable profits or greater allowable losses, unless they believe they are not being taxed in accordance with the terms of a UK double taxation agreement and seek action under the Mutual Agreement Procedures. See INTM153270.
If the adjustment to be made is between UK companies or individuals (a ‘UK-to-UK adjustment’) the 'disadvantaged person' involved in the transaction is able to calculate their tax by making a 'compensating adjustment' to their taxable profits or losses.
The following criteria must be met for such an adjustment to be made:
only one of the parties to the actual provision made is an is an advantaged person in respect of that provision, and
the other affected person is within the charge to income or corporation tax in respect of the relevant profits, and
the advantaged person has made a return on the basis of the arm’s length provision
If a transfer pricing adjustment is necessary following the conclusion of an enquiry, but the disadvantag
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