Digital Taxes in India - Then, Now and Next

The tax from digital advertising has been expanded to nearly all online commerce activities in India. It was recently that India announced ‘Equalisation Levy’ in its new avatar as a 2 percent levy on online supply of goods and provision of services by a non-resident e-commerce operator in India, which has taken the technology industry by surprise due to its far outreach. This levy brings complex questions and ambiguities on its scope and applicability.

Mr. Sandeep Jhunjhunwala, Partner, Nangia Andersen LLP and Mr. Shailesh Kumar, Partner, Nangia & Co LLP will speak on the topic. The programme conducted in association with NASSCOM will be beneficial to online marketplaces, travel aggregators, market research platforms, subscription-based platforms, including social media, cloud services, search engines, dating, and matrimonial services, streaming and online gaming, music, movies, books, international tours and travel, hospitality, online card payment networks, cross border money transfer service providers, e-wallets and payment banks.

Topics to be Covered

Digital economy
Equalisation Levy 1.0 - Online advertisements
Equalisation Levy 2.0 - e-commerce sale of goods/ supply of services
Relevant considerations
Compliances involved
Case Studies

Time: 4.00 pm – 5.15 pm IST
Platform: Zoom webinar

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