Doing Business In India

If you are considering expanding your company into India or planning to undertake a project here, it is important to learn about the 6 key elements that are needed to setup and run a business in India. We are here to help.

To help foreign companies establish their businesses in India and execute smooth operations from financial and tax planning perspectives, our team of consultants has summarized this much-needed information into 6 key aspects for doing business in India. Thus providing a comprehensive understanding of topics ranging from company incorporation and direct tax implications to transfer pricing matters and expatriate taxation, which will surely help in planning a sustainable business strategy for your India operations.

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Incorporating A Company In India

All you need to know about setting up a business in India, from the type of suitable business entity to the necessary compliance matters
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Funding An Indian Business

Selecting the suitable mode of funding your business entity in India; Choose your best fit from a distinct catalogue of options
Direct Tax

Direct Tax Compliance And Liabilities

Everything about the direct tax scenario in India; Understand all that comes with corporate tax, income tax, tax strategy, and more
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Goods & Services Tax Liabilities 

Indirect tax matters became streamlined after GST came into India; Understand the implications of GST on your business entity in India

Transfer Pricing Regulations

Transfer Pricing Regulations

If your business operates in different jurisdictions, understanding transfer pricing is a must; Use this document as your starting guide

Expat Tax

Taxation Of Expatriates In India

A global business requires a global workforce; Use this document to understand the nuances of expat tax laws and their implications on businesses

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Doing Business In India In 2020-21

Setting up a business in India

Setting up a business in India

Setting up a business in India may seem like quite a challenge. The laws, legislations, etc. require a thoughtful approach to establish a business presence in India and sustain it with a fruitful growth roadmap. To help with your decision-making process with regards to what type of business incorporation format you should opt for while doing business in India, our document details the major features of the prominent company incorporation formats in India, their implications, and their suitability to a business model. Download our free e-book below and know in detail about setting up a business in India.

Funding a business in India

Funding a business in India

Funding a business in India can take many forms. As much as it is important to raise working capital for a business entity in India, it is equally important to devise the best method to raise capital for a smooth business presence going forward. Here, we detail the types of funding methods along with their implications, be it preference share capital, equity capital, debentures, borrowings, debt syndication, and more. A thorough understanding of these methods can help iron out the kinks when it comes to selecting the right funding methodology for your business entity and you can read about them in our document linked below. Download it for free!

Direct Tax- Doing Business in India

Direct Tax

Corporate tax and income tax in India constitute the major buckets under its direct tax scenario. While it may see difficult to handle taxes in India for your business entity, we’re here to ensure the problem is resolved before it reaches a breaking point. Our document is equipped with the latest tax rates and information about the applicable taxes on your business entity in India, with a further focus on the major provisions of the income tax act and how income tax in India impacts your business presence. For an easy understanding of corporate tax, income tax, and other applicable taxes on your business entity in India, download our free e-book from the link below, today

Transfer Pricing: Doing Business in India

Transfer Pricing

Transfer pricing (TP) regulations play a key role for multi-national corporations which undertake operations in India and generally parent holding company located abroad. Even if such is not the case and there are international transactions involved between an Indian business entity/company and another company/entity located in a different tax jurisdiction, transfer pricing becomes and important aspect of business operations to be accounted for. To help understand how the transfer pricing laws in India impact your business and its international transactions, download our free e-book on transfer pricing in India.

Goods and Services Tax

Goods and Services Tax

Implemented in 2016, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) was launched to streamline India’s indirect tax scenario and eliminate the problem of multiple indirect taxes such as service tax, value added tax, etc. As the GST scenario continues to evolve and improve on a continual basis, we ensure that you stay updated with all its underlying principles and provisions such as the destination principle, input tax credit, and more. To help understand these in detail and the impact of GST on your business in India, download our free e-book on GST, today!

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Expatriate Taxation

Businesses from other countries looking to expand their operations in India often employ expatriates in the country for a variety of reasons, ranging from understanding the local market to running operations on-ground for a subsidiary venture. Expatriates in India often need help with multiple registrations (legal or otherwise), applications, taxes in India, income tax, and payroll management. To help understand the implications of the taxes in India on expatriate employees, download our free e-book today. With this, you’ll get an insight on not just the management of expatriate taxation processes but also tax planning in India in advance and ensuring a smooth path of operations.


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