COVID-19 tax relief in India: What you need to know
How the Indian government is supporting businesses in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic
As communities around the world respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses of all sizes have been hit hard. Countries around the world are turning to emergency tax breaks to support their stuttering economies amid the coronavirus crisis. Several global indirect tax measures have already been introduced to try to ease the financial burden felt by many. Governments worldwide continue to announce tax breaks so impacted businesses can stay afloat.
Indian Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, announced various tax reliefs that would shield businesses from the impact on the economy. However, these measures have left many affected companies wondering what next steps they can take to bounce back and manage their cash flow.
We know these are uncertain times and want to help you by providing information on the tax relief options available to those affected by the coronavirus. Watch our 30-minute webinar session with our guest speaker, Keval Shah, Founding Partner of ConsultingEdge, to learn the latest on these rapidly changing efforts.
This webinar covers:
- The steps being taken by governments across the globe to reduce the impact of COVID-19 on businesses
- A deep dive into tax easements in India to date
- How your business can take advantage of these relief efforts today
Watch this on-demand webinar today to learn more.
On-demand webinar details
Duration: 30 minutes
About the speaker
Keval Shah, Founding Partner of ConsultingEdge has extensive experience in the field of indirect taxes, especially Goods and Services Tax (GST) and erstwhile Service Tax. He is a regular speaker at various forums like ICAI, Chamber of Tax Consultants, and BCAS. Keval is also a visiting faculty member at the Indo German Training Centre and the National Academy of Indirect Taxes & Narcotics (NACIN).
Keval has co-authored a book on GST Implications on Real Estate Sector published by Builders Association of India in addition to his book on Impact on Construction Industry, published by GST Practitioners' Association of Maharashtra. Currently, Keval has been an active member of the Indirect Tax Committee of Chamber of Tax Consultants and WIRC of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.