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India Incorporation Playbook.

An in-depth guide covering everything you need to know about starting and managing your business in India.

India Incorporation Playbook

Our incorporation playbook can help you:

  • Discover foreign company registration options & restrictions
  • Learn about available government incentives & promotions
  • Understand business, accounting & tax compliance requirements

Whether you are considering expanding to India to reach new markets, relocating your operations for strategic reasons or simply want to start your own venture, you will want to familiarise yourself with the ins and outs of doing business in India.

Our India Incorporation Playbook helps you understand the procedures, requirements and regulations prior to incorporating, and serves as a reference to remind you of compliance obligations going forward.

By learning about the intricacies of selecting the right structure, understanding foreign business restrictions, compliance requirements, and more, you will be better equipped to navigate India’s business and compliance environment, make better decisions for your business, and avoid potential pitfalls.

What’s in the playbook.

    • Business entities in India
    • Incentives for doing business
    • Capital and foreign currency regulation
    • Required governance positions
    • Corporate compliance obligations
    • Business licenses & registrations
    • Accounting requirements
    • Taxation
    • Employment of foreigners
    • Payroll

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