International Taxation

Gopal Chopra & Associates has a proven expertise and knowledge in providing solutions and complying with tax laws across geographies. It has helped organizations establish a global footprint in a tax efficient manner. As a member of CPA Associates International (CPAAI), an association of independent CPA and chartered accounting firms in 58 countries, GCA collaborates with tax professionals around the world further supported by in-house experienced team of professionals to support multi-national enterprises.  We Advise clients on cross border transactions to optimize and assist them on local and cross border tax compliances. We are actively involved in transactions pertaining to creation and maintenance of tax efficient international structures across geographies. The services more specifically include:-
 
  • Setting up offshore global holding companies
  • Cross Border structuring
  • Setting up special purpose vehicles for ownership of intellectual property rights at a tax efficient location with intra- group licensing agreements
  • Global transfer Pricing Policy to mitigate local transfer pricing challenges
  • Ensuring that withholding tax rates on dividend and interest are tax efficient
 

Blog

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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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  • 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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