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TP Risk: Audit discussion = Framework for Ways of Working

As the OECD is developing new guidelines to address transfer pricing (TP) risk, including the Country-by-Country (CbC) template, a lack of emphasis resides in the idea that every tax audit involving cross-border issues should require an opening discussion between the taxpayer and the tax authorities of the business, its relevance in that jurisdiction apart from its global business, the functions, assets and risks for that jurisdiction upon which the arm’s length principle is based, and the rationale for the level of income/loss generated during the audit years. 202 more words

OECD

Why Your Best Performers Usually Make the Worst Leaders

http://www.tlnt.com/2014/10/07/why-your-best-performers-usually-make-the-worst-leaders/

We all make this mistake, and we’ll continue to make this mistake.

It’s the same old story: One of your employees performs really, really well, and because of their performance you move them out of the position they are in and put them in a leadership position. 107 more words

Human Resources

Question Asking Strategies

Quality question asking in the classroom can aid teachers in checking for understanding, and increase student engagement. Knowing which questions to ask, when to ask them, and how often to ask students proves a valuable skill to hone. 15 more words

Best Practices

Thank You Sir....May I Have Another

It happens to the best of us, the dreaded returned item. I have had two this week and as always the first reaction is ughhhh. After the initial “oh man” reaction I settled down and let my processes and good business practices take over. 376 more words

Are you sabotaging your application?

Whether it’s intentional or unintentional, I’ve been seeing a new trend with resumes and mistakes on applications that can unknowingly cost you a chance at an interview. 463 more words

Culturally Responsive Teaching

In the ethnically diverse classroom, cultural sensitivity and understanding creates a foundation for teachers to relate to students in a more effective manner. Possessing background knowledge about students can lead to greater ease in curriculum development, and classroom management.

Culturally Responsive Teaching  

Best Practices

Do's and Dont's

1. Make use of the services provided by the Dutch government: World Bank liaisons

2. Elevator pitch (different from Sales Pitch, which is a don’t!) 128 more words

World Bank