Tax Efficient Structuring

Tax Efficient Structuring in cross border context will ensure tax planning in such a manner that global tax cost is minimized and there is reduced risk of litigation in any geography.
 
We at Gopal Chopra and Associates, provide comprehensive services in the areas of:
 
  • Optimizing tax cost through restructuring, family settlements, mergers and reverse mergers, rationalizing cross holdings & Intellectual Property  management 
  • Identify the appropriate vehicle to conduct your business  in a particular situation and geography 
  • Cross border taxation and structuring investments through efficient interpretation of tax treaties& domestic tax laws.
  • Inheritance Planning to ensure preservation of wealth  for families & individuals
  • Global Transfer Pricing Policy 
  • Structuring business transaction, including preparation of structured tax& financial solutions tailored to meet business objectives
 

Blog

  • On the taxation front

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  • A START IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION

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  • India Entry Strategy through Independent Contractors

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  • The India-Mauritius Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement

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  • Smart Misson

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  • Real Estate heading towards a makeove

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  • THE RCEP- How ReCEPtive is it for India

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  • The FDI Overhaul Will be a Superhit

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  • THIS WEEK NEW RELEASE

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  • THE BLACK MONEY (UNDISCLOSED FOREIGN INCOME & ASSETS) AND IMPOSITION OF TAX ACT, 2015

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  • Make in India

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