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India is one of the fastest growing major economies.  The high return on investment makes India a credible investment destination, as well as a key investing country in a global economy.

RSM's India Desk is staffed with professionals who have a depth of experience working with India-based companies looking to enter the United States as well as US companies looking to move into or expand in the India market. Working with our India Desk, companies can have the confidence that they have the resources needed to successfully navigate local customs and regulations on both sides of a transaction.

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India proposes draft master file and CbC reporting rules

TAX BLOG

India proposes draft master file and CbC reporting rules

India’s Central Board of Direct Taxes has recently introduced draft rules for public comment that implement master file and country-by-country (CbC) fling requirements.

  • February 12, 2018
India issues draft “Master File” filing requirements

TAX ALERT

India issues draft “Master File” filing requirements

India releases draft “Master File” filing requirements that would apply if certain revenue and transactional thresholds are met.

  • Shruti Gupta
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  • October 12, 2017
India's 2017 budget contains some welcome proposals

TAX ALERT

India's 2017 budget contains some welcome proposals

India’s Budget 2017 introduces thin capitalization rules and other tax reforms to stimulate growth and enforce compliance.

  • Shruti Gupta
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  • February 03, 2017
The evolving VAT landscape: What businesses need to know

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The evolving VAT landscape: What businesses need to know

An overview of the latest developments on VAT, steps for addressing implementation and how organizations are getting ready.

  • Rob Dew, Duncan Stocks
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  • November 07, 2016
Software development is exempt under US-India treaty

TAX ALERT

Software development is exempt under US-India treaty

An Indian Tribunal ruled that software development performed by a U.S. resident in India may be exempt from Indian tax.

  • Ramon Camacho, Ben Wasmuth
  • |
  • August 19, 2016
Delhi court: Intercompany royalties are pass-through costs

TAX ALERT

Delhi court: Intercompany royalties are pass-through costs

Taxpayer favorable decision is positive development for companies with similar Indian operations. Learn more here.

  • Ramon Camacho, Bob Bamsey
  • |
  • August 02, 2016
New rules for determining taxable presence in India delayed

TAX ALERT

New rules for determining taxable presence in India delayed

Effective date of Indian rules that would treat companies as having a place of management has been postponed to April 1, 2017.

  • Shruti Gupta
  • |
  • July 27, 2016

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India Desk Leader

Mukesh Patel, Sr. Director 



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