comparable uncontrolled price method


A method used by the IRS to determine if the prices reported in a transaction are comparable with prices for similar tangible goods in an arm's length transaction. This method relies on a direct comparison of prices and is applicable only when the goods are standard enough to be sold in an open market.

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