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APA

abbreviation for ASSOCIATION OF POLICE AUTHORITIES.
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The APA provisions were introduced in the Income-tax Act, 1961 in 2012 and the Rollback provisions were introduced in 2014.
In the current financial year, the CBDT has entered into 51 APAs, so far (44 unilateral APAs and 7 bilateral APAs).
In the aftermath of BEPS and the implementation of CbyC reporting, many more companies will likely find benchmark APAs to be a viable option.
Out of 100 cases 15% cases were APA positive and 85% were APA negative.
For SMEs that require certified opinions, APAs can be extremely beneficial.
As part of the APA, you agree to retain certain documents to support the policy during the life of the agreement, which is typically three years, unless your business operations change.
Census Bureau statistics projecting an increase of almost 50 percent of APAs in the American population between 2000 and 2010.
With the signing of these agreements, the total number of APAs entered into by the CBDT stands at 186, including 171 unilateral APAs and 15 bilateral APAs.
2) The proposed revenue procedure reflects structural changes undertaken by the IRS since the publication of Revenue Procedure 2006-9, which currently governs the procedures for APA requests.
With offices in Japan and Australia and a rapidly expanding business presence in Northern Asia, APAS is well positioned to lead the market in provision of location based content services across the web.
New Delhi [India], Sept 4 ( ANI ): The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) entered into four more Advance Pricing Agreements (APAs) during August, 2017, thus registering a total of 175 agreements signed by the chamber, including 162 unilateral APAs and 13 bilateral APAs.
In the 17 years of its existence, the APA Program has completed nearly 800 APAs and has evolved into the forum of choice for the most challenging transfer pricing issues.