Category Archives: Nri Taxation

How does a Foreign Entity provide loan to Indian Company?

Brief Guidelines of FEMA with respect to Foreign Loan availability for Indian Corporates, along with restrictions as prescribed by RBI have been laid down below Borrowings in Foreign Exchange   External Commercial Borrowings Trade Credit Particulars Automatic Route... read more

Benami Transactions Act 2016

The Benami Transactions Act, 2016 has recently been passed by the government. Read further to understand the provisions of the act. What is Benami Property? Benami essentially means property without a name.  In this kind of transaction the person who pays for the... read more

How does Foreign Investor invest in an Indian Company?

The RBI has laid down FEMA regulations for regulating how FDI flows in India and the procedure to be followed for their compliance. There are two procedures for receiving Foreign Direct investment in an Indian Co. – the Automatic and the Government Route.... read more

Transfer Pricing Provisions

A separate code on transfer pricing under Sections 92 to 92F of the Indian Income Tax Act, 1961 (the Act) covers intra-group cross-border transactions which is applicable from 1 April 2001 and specified domestic transactions which is applicable from 1 April 2012.... read more

Budget Highlights 2016‐17 for International Taxation

1. Increase in Surcharge Surcharge is increased from 12% to 15% in case of non‐resident individuals 2. Exemption in respect of certain activity related to diamond trading in “Special Notified Zone”. ‐Exemption u/s 9(1)(i) to Foreign Mining Companies through or from... read more

NRI & PIO

Understand the definition of NRI and PIO in this article and the rules applicable to them with respect to Indian Tax system and Bank accounts. [su_spoiler title=”Who is a NRI?” style=”fancy”] An NRI is an Indian citizen who stays outside India.... read more
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