Non-Resident Indians and Partnership Firms

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There is a growing trend among Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) to invest in India. This trend is not limited to real estate and stock markets, but also extends to setting up businesses in the country. Many NRIs are looking to set up partnership firms as a way of making a safe investment and ensuring that their money and resources are properly used.
In this blog post, we’ll discuss some of the key factors you should consider when setting up a partnership firm as an NRI, such as compliance with tax laws, registration and capital requirements, and more. We’ll also explore why partnering with other NRIs may be beneficial for your business ventures in India.