Indiana Commits to Confidentiality in Advance Pricing Agreements

July 21, 2021, 7:30 PM

Indiana—the only state that has a program for proactively resolving tax disputes between tax authorities and companies—won’t share the details of those agreements with other states, an official said Wednesday.

Indiana’s program involves what are known as advance pricing agreements, a critical tool tied to the valuation of transactions between related business units. The confidentiality provisions included in those agreements have eased some companies’ concerns that going through the APA process could subject them to review in other states, Andrew Eversole, transfer pricing team lead at the Indiana Department of Revenue, said during the annual ...

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