Today’s times are characterised by the use of online and web-based technologies in even day-to-day tasks. In this era, there have emerged new-age digital companies which rely on technology and data to deliver services. Several old-world institutions (e.g. banks) have also started using online platforms as a way to deliver their traditional services.
Such technological advancements have created their own set of taxation challenges internationally to determine ‘what’ to tax, ‘how much’ to tax and ‘where’ to tax. There is no universally accepted basis for the taxation of such transactions yet. Most countries are currently trying to formulate new tax rules which reflect the business realities of the digital companies. India is no exception.
In this webinar, our experts will throw light on the practical challenges and issues being faced by countries around the world, including India. In creating a new set of tax rules, they will also discuss some technical features of digital taxation provisions introduced in the Income-tax Act, 1961 and their interplay vis-à-vis the tax treaties.
We invite you to join us on 17 January 2019 for this webinar.
Participation pin: 3879936#
Date: Thursday, 17 January, 2019
Time: 11:30 - 12:30 hrs IST