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Finance Act | Central Board of Direct Taxes | tax compliance

Indivjal Dhasmana  |  New Delhi 



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Overseas companies without a permanent establishment in India are wary of increased compliance burden this financial year, as they have to file forms electronically to claim benefits under double avoidance agreements (DTAA).

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First Published: Mon, September 19 2022. 12:24 IST

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