This course is intended to enable practicing professionals as well as senior and middle-level executives to apply International Taxation & Foreign Exchange Management Laws to inward and outward currents and capital account transactions in foreign currency.
Schedule: 30 March 2020 to 13 April 2020 at 11:00 AM
Provisions of Income-tax Act, 1961 relevant to International Tax in India - Section 5, Section 6 & 7
Provisions of Income-tax Act, 1961 relevant to International Tax in India - Section 9
TDS From Payments to Non-Residents – S.195 of Income-tax Act, 1961
Article 1–Persons Covered Article 2–Taxes Covered Article 3–General Definitions Article 4-Concept of Residence
Article 6-Income from Immovable Properties Article 13-Capital Gains Article 10-Dividend Article 11- Interest
Article 14-Independent Personal Services Article 15-Dependent Personal Services Article 16-Director’s Fees Article 17-Artistes and Sportsmen
Article 23-Methods of Elimination of Double Taxation Limitation of Benefits, MFN, Tax Havens Article 8 - Shipping and Air Transport Article 19-Remu
Introduction and Basics of Transfer Pricing, International Transactions, Arm’s Length Price and its Computation, Documentation
FEM (Current Account Transactions) Rules, 2000, Liberalised Remittance Scheme (LRS), Suppliers' Credit And Buyers' Credit
Practicing as an arguing counsel at the Supreme Court of India, HighCourts, and Tribunals. Vinay Shraff practice as a counsel & advisor in the field of Indirect Taxation, International Taxation, FEMA, Foreign Trade Policy, Corporate insolvency Laws.
It was superb course, had opportunity to add value to my knowledge
Very knowledgeable course for everyone who wants to upgrade knowledge
Insightful programme arranged. Well-rounded and enhanced my knowledge on international taxation along with the new updates in taxation laws.
Excellent deliberations to cover niche aspects in extremely lucid manner.
great knowledge update on such a difficult topic in a lucid and easy manner.