Overview

Harsh Shah is a Partner in the Tax practice of ELP, and focuses on indirect taxes. He qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2002. He obtained his law degree from Government Law College in 2006 and has also completed his Masters in Commerce in 2003.

Harsh has over 15 years of post-qualification experience in indirect tax and handles all indirect taxes such as Service tax, Value Added Tax, Customs, Excise and Foreign Trade Policy matters. He advises various multinational and domestic companies on their day to day indirect tax matters. He has assisted several clients in their transition to the Goods and Services Tax and continues to closely work with his clients on this law on a day to day basis.

Harsh has featured as one of the leading indirect tax advisers in the country in International Tax Review’s World Tax Guide. He has keen interest in and writes articles which are published in leading tax websites and newspapers. He is also a regular speaker at various forums.

Harsh has featured in International Tax Review’s Indirect Tax Leaders Guide.

Prior to working with ELP, Harsh has worked with some of the big four accounting firms such as PwC and Deloitte.

Recognitions

RSG India Report

Harsh is ‘technically very good’ and 'always available’ to clients.

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