Foreign Investment in India

With the booming economy and vast pool of English speaking inexpensive skilled professionals, India is gaining importance in global market as an attractive investment opportunity. The present government in India is leaving no stone unturned to continuously improve the business environment in India. The efforts are being globally recognized and it is evidenced by the fact that currently, India is amongst top 10 Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) destination in the world. Some of the structural reforms introduced are liberalizing FDI norms, tax reforms, ease in starting business, introduction of bankruptcy law and GST, reducing export-import documentation, automation of process for obtaining various clearances for carrying on business, etc. All these measures have boosted the economy and benefited India in Ease of doing business ranking.In the light of this background, we expect more FDI inflows in India as it is being looked as preferable investment destination and good place to do business globally.

Foreign investment in India is primarily regulated by the FDI policy which is governed by Reserve Bank of India. With high stakes involved in for a foreign entity to invest, operate and maintain business in India, there is a need of professional experts, who can provide right advice at the right time. We, at Shreyance & Associates have a team of professionals from diversified domain who can provide expert advice to foreign entrepreneurs to establish their footprint in India.

We offer a wide range of services in order to help foreign entrepreneurs establish presence in India in a hassle-free manner:

Pre-India Entry Services:

  • Market Research & Analysis and preparation of feasibility reports
  • Analysis of impact of Indian regulations on the proposed transaction
  • Advising in selection of optimum and tax efficient business structure
  • Finding Business Partners/Associates in India
  • Assistance in obtaining Advance ruling on taxation matter, if required

Transaction Implementation Services:

  • Assistance in establishment of desired business structure
  • Due Diligence services
  • Negotiation with Indian business partners and finalizing the deal
  • Obtaining necessary tax and business registrations
  • Application for FIPB approval, if necessary
  • Valuation services
  • Virtual Office services
  • Assistance in obtaining VISA

Post Implementation Services:

  • Assistance in Opening Bank Account in India
  • Assistance in drafting legal documents
  • Assistance in developing cash repatriation strategies
  • Assistance in raising funds
  • Accounting & Auditing Services
  • Assistance in compliance with taxation regulations
  • Assistance in secretarial compliances
  • Services related to Expatriates
  • Assistance in formulating exit strategy

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Due Date Reminder

Jan Feb Mar Apr May June
July Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
20 May 22 Summary Return cum Payment of Tax for April by Monthly filers. (other than QRMP).
20 May 22 Monthly Return by Non-resident taxable person for April.
25 May 22 Deposit of GST of April under QRMP scheme.
28 May 22 Return for April by persons with Unique Identification Number (UIN) like embassies etc to get refund under GST for goods and services purchased by them.
30 May 22 Annual Return of LLP for FY 21-22.
30 May 22 Submission of a statement by Non-resident having a liaison office in India for FY 21-22.
30 May 22 Deposit of TDS u/s 194-IA on payment made for purchase of property in April.
30 May 22 Deposit of TDS on certain payments made by individual/HUF u/s 194M for April.
30 May 22 Issue of TCS certificates for January-March.
30 May 22 Half yearly Audit Report from October to March of Reconciliation of Share Capital by Unlisted Public Companies.
30 May 22 Annual Return of Foreign Company (Branch / Liaison /Project Office)
31 May 22 Annual Statement of financial transactions in respect of Dividend and Interest of FY 21-22.
31 May 22 Statement of reportable accounts for Calendar year 2021 by reporting financial institutions. File NIL statement if no transactions to report.
31 May 22 Application for allotment of PAN in case of non-individual resident person, which enters into financial transaction aggregating to Rs. 2,50,000 or more during last financial year and has not been allotted PAN.
31 May 22 Application for allotment of PAN in case of managing director, director, partner, trustee, author, founder, karta, chief executive officer, principal officer or office bearer of non-individual resident person, which enters into financial transaction aggre
31 May 22 Annual Report on Corporate Social Responsibility by Companies to whom CSR is applicable (as an addendum to applicable Form AOC-4 )
31 May 22 E-filing of Annual Statement of Donors & Donations received by charitable organisations u/s 80G/35. (Applicable wef FY 21-22)
31 May 22 E-filing of Annual Return for FY 21-22 by licensed Manufacturers [including Repackers and Relabellers] and Importers. Manufacturer exporters also to file annual return for food business instead of quarterly returns earlier.
31 May 22 Quarterly statements of TDS for January- March.

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