Corporate and International Tax
Since the economic liberalization of 1991, India has been a preferred destination for large multinational groups for investing in India. As more and more multinational groups coming to India, understanding corporate and international tax laws in India becomes imperative to add more value to the stakeholders’ wealth. Direct tax in India is governed by the provisions of the Income-tax Act, 1961 (‘Act’).
The Act provides for source-based taxation i.e. the income earned in India is taxable in India irrespective of the residential status of the person. The global income of a person resident in India is taxable in India and under the provisions of the Act credit of taxes paid outside India can be claimed in India. The Act provides for the special rate of taxation in case of non-residents depending upon the degree of their existence in India and the nature of their income e.g. interest income, income from business or profession, short-term and long-term capital gains, royalty income, fees for technical services, dividend income, etc. The non-residents who have earned income in India are required to file their tax returns in India in order to claim the credit of taxes paid in India in their respective countries.
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How does Simplifytaxes help?
We offer all aspects of Mergers and Acquisitions company advisory, providing critical assistance in the following areas:
Evaluation of Tax Treaties, Multilateral Agreements, Tax Information Exchange Agreement, Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement, etc. for taxability & relief