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Gift Tax

NRI Gift Tax in India – Gift from NRI to Resident Indian or Vice Versa

NRI Gift Tax: In this article, we’ll examine the effects of presents given by NRIs to Indian residents and vice versa. It is essential to comprehend the gift tax legislation and its exemptions before making any presents. Let’s get started and find out more about the NRI gift tax in India. Click here to be […]

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NRI Pan Card

Comprehensive Guide for NRIs to Deal with Inoperative PAN Cards

Inoperative NRI Pan Cards: Despite the fact that NRIs are not taxed in India on their foreign income, they are required to file tax returns if they receive any interest income from NRO bank savings accounts or NRO fixed deposits, Rental income from property located in India or Capital gains by selling assets or shares,

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Transfer of NRI Inheritance

A Complete Guide to Transferring Property Inheritance to NRIs in India

Transfer of NRIs’ Inheritance Inheriting property is not so complex if you are a resident Indian but on the other hand, if you are an NRI, inheriting property in India is a tangled process that requires professional help as the NRI inheritance law is quite different and complicated from the inheritance law governing the resident

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Double Tax Avoidance Agreement (DTAA)

Here is how NRIs Can Utilize DTAA to their Advantage

Double Tax Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) Are you a Non-Resident Indian (NRI) who earns income in India? Then you should know about the Double Tax Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) to avoid paying double taxes on the same income. Let’s say if you are a resident of the UK having rental income in India, in such instance your

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NRI Taxation -How is the Income taxed?

It is essential to determine the residential status of the taxpayer to determine the taxability of income earned by such taxpayer. However, in the case of a resident taxpayer, all his income would be taxable in India, irrespective of the fact that income is earned or has accrued to taxpayers outside India. However, in the

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5 reasons to invest in REITs and InvITs

5 reasons to invest in REITs and InvITs Get your financial plan done by a Registered Investment Advisor. Its FREE, but spots are limited. . Register now What are REITs and InvITs? Let us first understand what REITs and InvITs are. Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) invest in and manage commercial real estate. They earn rental income from

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11 Rules to know – Am I an NRI under FEMA and the Income Tax Act? | My Money Sage

NRI under FEMA and the Income Tax Act Your residential status determines which investments you can make and how much tax you will have to pay.  Many of our clients ask us about whether they are Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) or residents. They are not able to make sense of the rules under the Foreign Exchange

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NRI Real Estate

NRI Real Estate Investment in India – What should you know?

NRI Real Estate Investment A significant chunk of the real estate investors in India are NRIs. Let us evaluate the financial implications as well as the rules and regulations to determine whether NRI Real Estate Investment in India is profitable. What types of properties can NRIs buy? NRIs can invest in both residential and commercial

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NRI Investments in India – Know All the Options

Being an NRI & moving abroad for employment is one of the most cherished dreams of most of our country’s citizens. No doubt it takes a lot of persistent effort to achieve your dream of working abroad. Once you have settled down in a foreign country, the next concern would be about planning for your

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