When you’re looking for an accountant, we understand that you want to engage someone who understands the intricacies of an increasingly complex Indian tax system. But, you also want someone who is going to make that knowledge make sense to you or your business.Our tax services help you attain your individual & business tax compliance and advisory needs. Our team of tax professionals draw on their diverse experiences and knowledge to provide seamless service through the entire spectrum of challenges pertaining to planning, financial accounting and tax compliance. Whilst minimising tax liabilities is important, we consider the wider picture and look at tax planning issues alongside commercial reality and the practicalities of life.We have a particular emphasis on achieving results for business owners and complex investors who need to manage tax outcomes across multiple layers and entities, an area of interest also shared by the Indian Tax Administration! Our clients seek our advice where they are contemplating a major transaction, looking to structure their business to maximise their tax position, operating across borders, unsure of the right tax treatment on a transaction, in the middle of a taxation dispute or needing advice to avoid a dispute, or selling or successioning a business.


  • Corporate Taxation
  • Individual Taxation
  • Service Tax
  • Representation before Tax Authorities
  • Income Computation and Disclosure Standards
  • Transfer Pricing


Experience and knowledge are essential in international tax as often there are very few warning signs that you have a problem. With the encouragement of foreign direct investment inflows into India there has been a liberalization of the Indian taxation scheme, the Government of India has come forward with ways to ensure that non-residents abroad make investments in India which is imperative for the long term growth of the economy. Special tax provisions are enacted in the statue to encourage the foreign investment through special tax concession and incentives.

The Indian government has become progressively stricter about what is considered income under tax law and who must file an income tax return. In particular, companies required to withhold taxes, and individuals or companies in receipt of income, have found themselves subject to increasingly stringent withholding rules. The topic of withholding taxes can be problematic both for the payer (whether resident or non-resident) and for the recipient of the income (whether resident or non-resident).

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