The growth of a business across geographies comes with imminent tax implications. In this case, gaining insight into international tax mechanisms, provisions, agreements, etc. becomes extremely important. A critical angle here is to analyze the respective double taxation agreements, which exist between India and other countries and to provide solutions to businesses keeping their short-term and long-term impact in mind. Other than tax treaties, it is the aspect of transfer pricing (TP) which is essential in strategizing and analyzing tax implications for businesses with an overseas presence, especially those with parent companies outside of India. Here, the major aspect is to look at cross-border transactions and businesses holistically, and understanding supply chains, industries, revenue models, as well as concepts under GAAR (General Anti-Avoidance Rules), BEPS (Base Erosion and Profit Sharing), etc. to assist critical decision making.