Find out your Residential Status for Income Tax purpose in India.
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Taxability of income depends on your residential status. For eg. if you are an NRI then only the income earned or accrued in India will be taxable for you (Not the foreign income). Whereas if you are a Resident India then your global income will be taxable in India.
No. You do not become Resident Indian by being an Indian Citizen. You have to fulfill the conditions of stay in India as prescribed by Income Tax Act, to become a resident in India.
NRIs can pay tax online using the netbanking facility. It is not necessary to pay the tax from assessee’s own bank account. So an NRI can pay tax from a relative or friend’s bank account and then remit them the tax amount.
If you are an NRI then you have to file Income Tax Return of your total income earned in India exceeds Rs. 2,50,000. If you want to claim TDS refund or wish to carry forward any loss then also you will have to file your IT Return.
Yes. TDS is applicable on payments made to NRIs. Separate rates of TDS are prescribed by Income Tax Act for different types of payments made to NRIs.
No. PAN is must if you want to file an income tax return. So NRI will have to apply for the PAN first. Once the PAN is obtained then only he will be able to file an income tax return.