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Transfer Pricing Consultancy

Transfer pricing rules generally provide companies with the flexibility to set the conditions surrounding their intercompany transactions. Planning allows taxpayers to optimize the allocation of income within the group. At the same time, noncompliance with transfer pricing results in to heavy penalties and unfavorable outcomes for the company. Knowledge of the area makes it possible to resolve transfer pricing disputes and to avoid double taxation. Thus, Transfer pricing has become a matter of great interest not only for a company's management, but also for national tax authorities.

We at BSA & Associates provide specialized Transfer pricing services services to Non resident clients or Resident clients dealing in foreign countries.

Transfer Pricing Audit

What is a Transfer Pricing Study?

A transfer pricing study examines the pricing of transactions between related two or more associates. By applying and documenting various test methods, it is determined whether the transactions are conducted under market conditions and survive the scrutiny of the IRS and other tax authorities.

A study of transfer pricing shall justify how a particular method is selected for enterprises and transactions being reviewed.

Why BSA & Associates for Transfer Pricing Audit and Study?

Our best practical transfer pricing audit services directly enable us to develop more stringent, better quality products, and collaborate more effectively with our clients.

Our consulting team has significant experience to a higher level, and work together with multinational clients and their legal and tax consultants to deliver the highest standard of case counseling and support practice, the application of sophisticated techniques based on the economy when it necessary, to address harder issues. BSA & Associates Clients range from some of the biggest known and most enterprises in the world for medium enterprises and through involving a number of iconic brands.

Foreign Investments Approval Overview

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:

A. As FDI;

B. By FIIs, directly, via the Portfolio investment scheme(PIS);

C. By NRIs/persons of Indian origin (PIO), directly and indirectly, via the PIS;

D. By qualified foreign investors, via the PIs; and

E. By foreign venture capital investors (FVCIs)

Foreign Investments Approval Overview

We help our clients by giving them necessary advice and guidance required for investment in foreign markets.

FEMA Consultancy

Owing to the vast experience in this field, we are engaged in offering FEMA Consultant for our valuable customers.

We provide Foreign Exchange Management Act Consultancy that encompasses the complete gamut of foreign exchange laws.

For this purpose, we have highly experienced professionals who have assisted a host of leading Indian corporates and overseas companies in all aspects of cross-border regulations.

Taxable Income of Expatriates

Normally, a foreign citizen who visits India and renders services incurs tax liability on the income earned in India. When an taxation expatriates services works in India, their entire salary-related income is subject to tax, even if it is paid outside India.

Expenses incurred by an employer in moving an expatriate to and from India and home-leave airfares are not considered taxable income in India. Similarly, payments made in an expatriate’s home country as retirements benefits are also not considered as income earned in India.

For tax purposes, salary includes base salary, cost-of-living allowances, bonuses, ex-gratia, reimbursement of school fees, utilities, house rent, transportation, tax reimbursements and other payments the company makes on behalf of the employee. Certain in-kind benefits, such as company-lased accommodations, security guards, provision of car with driver, are all taxable on a concessional basis.

We guide our foreign clients regarding all such provisions, deductions regarding expatriate remuneration thereby reducing confusion surrounding them.

Double Tax Avoidance

The DTAA, or Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement is a tax treaty signed between India and another country ( or any two/multiple countries) so that taxpayers can avoid paying double taxes on their income earned from the source country as well as the residence country. At present, India has double tax avoidance treaties with more than 80 countries around the world.

The need for DTAA arises out of the imbalance in tax collection on global income of individuals. If a person aims to do business in a foreign country, he/she may end up paying income taxes in both cases, i.e. the country where the income is earned and the country where the individual holds his/her citizenship or residence. For instance, if you are moving to a different country from India while leaving income sources such as interest from deposits in here, you will be charged interest by both India and the country of your current residence as per your consolidated global earnings. Such a scenario can have you pay twice the tax over the same income. This is where the DTAA becomes useful for taxpayers.

We provide expert advice to non-resident clients- individuals as well s companies, thereby enabling them to take the benefit of DTAA and avoid paying double taxes on their incomes.

Contact Information

Flat No.103, 518 Narayan Peth
Near Modi Ganpati
Pune - 411030

email: info@bsa-in.com

Phone: +91 (20) 2444 0404


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