International Taxation

International Taxation Services

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Transfer Pricing law was introduced in India in 2001. It deals with curbing tax avoidance by laying down norms for computation of income arising from international transactions or specified domestic transactions (“SDTs”) having regard to the “arm’s length price”. Our Transfer Pricing services offer effective solutions to companies which undertake international transactions or specified domestic transactions with its associated enterprise or group companies which are as follows:
● Transfer Pricing Analysis
● Selection of the appropriate method
● Benchmarking Analysis
● Issuance of Transfer Pricing Certificate
● Representing Transfer Pricing Cases before Transfer Pricing Officer/ Appellate Authorities

Taxing for expatriate individuals can be a problem. It needs know-how’s and experience to ensure smooth transactions. The problem might begin with submitting the form but it does not end there. Tax clearance, tax reviews, offshore banking and investment, all this and more are involved. Tax compliance, however, is a must, but one also has to plan how to optimize tax liability or burden by restructuring the transactions and assets correctly. We with our experts take care of every detail with great focus on the following:

● Entry meeting with Expatriates
● FRRO registration
● Review of Agreement
● Preparation & Computation of Income & Taxes thereon
● Preparation & Submission of Income Tax Return
● Advisory on Taxation Matters
● Obtaining Income-tax Clearance from tax authorities

The Double Tax Avoidance Agreements (DTAA) are essentially bilateral agreements entered into between two countries, in our case, between India and another foreign state. We facilitate our client in DTAA Advisory to avoid double taxation based on the nature of Income and expenditure, in both the countries (i.e. Double taxation of same income) and withholding tax issues and other compliance.