Income Tax Certification Services

Khandhar Mehta and Shah | Certification Services


We aim to bring our clients in congruence with the legal authorities of India about compliance with any regulatory requirements.

In addition to all the accounting, auditing, and taxation services available at the KMS, we also provide our clients with the certification services under various laws

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Our Certification Services

A few certifications are required as proof of compliance with relevant rules and regulations. KMS’s team of capable and proficient professionals provide a range of certification services to businesses.

Certification Services – frequently asked questions(faqs)

Companies are mandated to obtain and file an annual transfer pricing certificate as given in Form 3CEB, following the end of each financial year. At least one of the associated enterprises would be required to obtain a certification if there is any income liability. If there arises an income liability, but it falls within the tolerance limit, still a certification is required to prove that the difference is within the tolerance limit.
A document issued by the government of India for an expatriate, validating the payment of taxes by that person, and proving no pending tax liability is called an ITCC. It is essential for an expatriate staying in India for business or employment purposes to show the ITCC to immigration officials before leaving the country for the final time.
A tax determination certificate is issued in Form No. 15CB by a Chartered Accountant. It determines the taxability of an outward remittance to a non-resident or a foreign company as per the Income Tax Act 1961 and the DTAA agreement with the recipient’s country. The assessee has to deduct the TDS if the remittance is taxable.