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NRIs To Be Taxed For Gifts Received From Resident Indians
Presently, gifts given as (any sum of money paid or property transferred) by a resident Indian to a non-resident is claimed as non-taxable in India as the income does not arise or accrue in India. But with the proposed amendment in ...
Nris To Be Taxed For Gifts Received From Resident Indians

NRIs and DTAA: All you need to know
If you are a Non Resident Indian (NRI), you would have observed that a 30.9 per cent tax has been deducted from your NRO Savings Account on interest the bank has paid. Now, ...
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