Startups seek tax sops available to manufacturing sector

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MUMBAI: Startups are searching for tax incentives for the sector within the upcoming Budget. The business, as an illustration, is batting for comparable advantages which have been prolonged to the manufacturing sector.
“Manufacturing companies benefit from lower tax rates to boost activities in line with the ‘Make in India’ initiative. Similar tax incentives should be considered for startups, especially those working to strengthen the Digital India initiative.Startups invest heavily in R&D and tech infrastructure. Incentives such as weighted tax deductions and subsidies for R&D employee costs would significantly promote R&D activities in the startup ecosystem and create more employment opportunities,” stated Arpit Chug, CFO at Razorpay.

Easing Esop (worker inventory possession plan) taxation for startups would go a great distance in serving to corporations retain expertise, stated Mayank Kumar, co-founder & MD at UpGrad. “While Esops are a good wealth-creation tool, tax rates on them are very high and it does not make it a very attractive proposition for lot of employees,” Kumar stated.
A discount in Esop-related taxes, which may at the moment go as excessive as round 40%, will encourage extra expert professionals to be part of startups, stated Dhiresh Bansal, CFO at Meesho. Simplifying processes related to tax compliance and reducing tax charges for startups, not less than in the course of the preliminary years of operation, will ease their monetary burden, Bansal added.
Gaming startups, which have been hit onerous by the next GST price, are in search of tax readability from govt within the Budget. “We have urged govt to levy GST on gross gaming revenue/platform fees, which is the actual revenue received by a platform. This approach will ensure the sector’s viability and foster growth,” stated Paavan Nanda, co-founder at WinZO. Startups are additionally searching for readability on the problem of angel tax.


Nilesh Desai
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