Non Residents

Non Resident Indian have special requirements pertaining to their Assets in India, Double Taxation Avoidance Agreements, and repatriation of funds to their country of residence.
 
 Following are our broad category of services to NRI’s:
 
  • Advisory and assistance for Remittances from and to India
  • Compliance of the procedure including issuance of Chartered Accountants certificate for repatriation of income / assets from India.
  • Filing of Tax Returns, representation before Tax Authorities  and complying with procedures under FEMA/RBI 
  • Optimizing tax liability in India by interpreting DTAA  and Indian Tax laws
  • Compliance with reporting of Indian Assets in the residence jurisdiction 
  • Handling of issues relating to inheritance, will, etc.
  • Tax planning advisory pertaining to international taxation,Indian direct tax laws& issues pertaining to residential status.
  • Facilitate incorporation of a company or any other suitable vehicle in India for starting a business enterprise.
  • Assistance in compliance with withholding tax issues pertaining to Income Tax
  • Advisory on Sale and Purchase of real estate and compliance with all regulatory issues.
 

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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