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Updated on 21 Sep 2020 9.00 AM IST | 4 min read
STPI Registration in India
STPI stands for software technology parks of India. It is a recognized government agency established in India in year 1991, controlled and maintained by ministry of Communication and information technology. It is considered as 100% tax free zone for software experts. STPI’s are formed by the government in order to boost the computer software and other allied IT products in the country. They are 100% tax exempted export oriented units registered under section 10 of the income tax act, 1961. It enjoys 100% tax incentives, duty free import and 100% foreign equity & CST reimbursements on every transaction. Government specified some rules & regulations for STPI registration & it should be properly followed for better management.
The following rules & regulations should be followed at the time of STPI registration –
Who Can Become a STP Member?
Following can become a STP member :
What Is Included In Our Package?
Things to take care while filing STPI Registration?
You must take care of the following things while filing STPI registration –
- Application form should be filled in a prescribed format
- Memorandum of Association (MOA)
- Articles of Association (AOA)
- Complete details of CEO
- Project details & business plan
Documents Required for STPI Registration
The documents required for STPI registration are as follows –
How Finacbooks help in STPI Registration?
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STPI Registration FAQ’s
STPI stands for software technology parks of India. It is 100% tax exempted export oriented units registered under section 10 of the income tax act, 1961 made in order to boost the computer software and other allied IT products in a country.