Tax Planning & Business Consultancy

Business Consulting

Are you a budding entrepreneur willing to start your own business in India ? Then this is for you.
Starting a business in India may not be a challenge for you. However, a business may become burdened with various hurdles such as

  1. Various tax compliances to be met
  2. Tax structure in India for different forms of business
  3. Circumstances of litigations and claims
  4. Other statutory requirements to be complied with.

All above issues can pose a significant challenge to your business. Also, it may create too much pressure on you as an entrepreneur. This is where we come into play.

Through our professional procedures & processes, we provide you with customised solutions including

  1. Getting your business started from scratch & Business Incubation
  2. Applying for various benefits which can be availed by a new business
  3. Meeting day-to-day compliances with regulatory authorities
  4. Business consulting on how to take your business to the next level
  5. Time-to-time Financial Health Check-up for your Business

Since each business is different, the above solutions are customised to suit the requirements of your business.

Tax Planning

We mainly focus on legitimate ways of reducing your tax liability in any given situation which helps you utilise the tax exemptions, deductions, and benefits offered by the authorities in the best possible way. We emphasize more on analysis of one’s financial situation from the tax efficiency point-of-view.

Our Mantra is “Pay legitimate taxes, but no need to leave a tip”.

Why should you plan your taxes ?
  1. Minimising litigation: Saving the taxpayer from legal liabilities.
  2. Reduction of tax liabilities: By arranging your investments within the various benefits and tax saving investment schemes offered under the Income Tax Act, 1961.
  3. Optimal utilisation of funds: Channelizing different income-generating plans.
Types of tax planning services provided
  1. Short range tax planning: Tax planning is thought of and executed at the end of the fiscal year. Investors resort to this planning in an attempt to search for ways to limit their tax liability legally when the financial year comes to an end. This method does not partake long-term commitments but is an effective tax saving strategy.
  2. Long range tax planning: This plan is chalked out at the beginning of the fiscal year and the taxpayer follows this plan throughout the year.
  3. Permissive tax planning: This method involves planning under various provisions of the Indian taxation laws containing deductions, exemptions, contributions, and incentive.
  4. Purposive tax planning: This includes accurately selecting the appropriate investments, creating an apt agenda to replace assets (if required), and diversification of business and income assets based on your residential status.