India introduced the e-way bill system under GST in April, 2018 to ensure greater tax transparency and a hassle-free movement of goods from one state to another. Here, we discuss the system and its registration process.
Back-office support services in India will not qualify as exports but intermediary services, and will be liable to 18 percent goods and services tax (GST)
India China sign protocol to amend the double tax avoidance agreement to check tax evasion by multinational companies. Read to know more.
In India, an individual’s income is taxed at graduated rates, depending on his/her duration of stay in India and income level. In this article, we outline the rates and calculation methods for both income sources, and summarize common deductions and inclusions in income for expatriates working in India.
Careful investment and tax planning can help NRIs returning to India ease the transition and allow themselves to avail tax breaks and other benefits. Learn about most common areas necessary for NRIs to manage their overseas income and investments.
Remitting profits from India depends on an entity’s investment model. Read to know about the procedures and regulations for sending money from branch offices, and wholly owned subsidiaries.
The goods and services tax (GST), regarded as India’s biggest tax reform, was introduced on July 1, 2017. Read to know about the key terms and concepts under the GST system in India, and the revised GST rates.
For any foreign executive operating in India, it is beneficial to have a basic understanding of the country’s audit procedures. In this article, we provide an overview of the different types of audit and audit reporting in India.