Goods And Services Tax (GST)
As you are aware that the Goods and Services Tax (GST), the biggest reform in India’s indirect tax structure aimed to replace the current complex structure of multiple indirect taxes. We can say that the biggest business reform in India since Independence, at last set to become reality and which may be roll out from 1st July 2017.
Our GST services are categorized under Post GST implementation, training & change management:
- Business Process
- Technology solutions
Accounting is the bedrock for sound financials. Today CFO’s are looking beyond the finance function, towards broader business strategy and transformation with Finance & Accounting Business Process Services.
We help companies maximize value during these moments of exceptional change. Our practitioners combine accounting, valuation and tax expertise to help you preserve the value of your business.
We tailor solutions to your needs, allowing for a thorough approach in anticipation of the requirements of auditors, investors and regulators.
Audit and Assurance Services
Audit is always much more than the numbers. It’s about attesting to accomplishments and challenges, and offering maximum assurance to each stakeholder of business by applying our professional knowledge of Audit principles, controls that are key to FRP
Merger and Acquisitions
Our M&A services offer complete solution around legal & tax implications in M&A Deals. From Due diligence, transnational aspects, valuations, pre deal tax analysis etc.
Foreign Investment Approvals & Taxation of NRI’s, Expatriates
Foreign investment in India is primarily governed by the FDI policy formulated by the secretariat for industrial assistance (SIA), the Department of Industrial policy and promotion (DIPP), the foreign investment promotion board (FIPB) and foreign exchange regulations, which are governed by the RBI. Under the present policies and regulations, foreign investment in India is possible through the following avenues:
- As FDI
- By FIIs, directly, via the Portfolio investment scheme(PIS)
- By NRIs/persons of Indian origin (PIO), directly and indirectly, via the PIS.
- By qualified foreign investors, via the PIs
- By foreign venture capital investors (FVCIs)