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Capital Gain (upto 50 share transaction or 2 properties )                                                     
Schedule AL (if total income 50 lks                                                  
Business income 44 ad                                                    
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Foreign income / NRI              
Clubbing income                                                     

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Specified Foreign Assets Reporting
PFIC Reporting (upto 5)
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Key Considerations for NRI Before Property Purchase

Residency Status

in India and abroad



Taxable income

in India and abroad

Personal Allowances

and Deductions

Tax Rates

and Bands

Tax treatment

of investment in Indian and abroad

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Lower Tax Deduction Certificate

A Lower Tax Deduction Certificate (LTDC) is a document issued by tax authorities enabling individuals or entities to have their taxes withheld at a lower rate on certain income types. It's designed for taxpayers who believe the standard withholding tax rate does not reflect their actual tax liability due to their financial circumstances. To acquire an LTDC, one must apply to their tax office, providing necessary financial details and justifications. This certificate is beneficial for improving cash flow by preventing over-withholding of taxes, allowing for better financial planning and ensuring tax payments more accurately match the taxpayer's real obligations.

15 CA/CB

The 15CA/CB certification is a mandatory requirement for Indians making overseas remittances under the Income Tax Act of 1961. Form 15CA is an online declaration by the remitter that tax has been collected and deposited with the government for the amount being remitted. Form 15CB is a certification by a Chartered Accountant validating the details of the payment, tax deducted at source (TDS), and other tax-related information. These forms ensure compliance with tax norms for foreign transactions, prevent tax evasion, and serve as a tool for the Indian tax authorities to track cross-border money transfers, thereby safeguarding against illicit fund flows.

Indian Tax Litigation

Indian Tax Litigation encompasses the legal processes and disputes arising from interpretations, applications, and enforcement of tax laws in India. It involves challenges against tax assessments, penalties, or decisions made by tax authorities, often requiring resolution in various judicial forums, including Income Tax Appellate Tribunals, High Courts, and the Supreme Court. The process is characterized by its complexity and lengthy timelines, stemming from the intricate nature of tax laws and the volume of cases. It aims to safeguard taxpayer rights while ensuring compliance with the tax framework. Tax litigation is pivotal for resolving ambiguities in tax legislation, thereby contributing to the evolving landscape of Indian tax jurisprudence.


An NRI TAN, or Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number, is a unique ten-digit alphanumeric code issued by the Indian Income Tax Department to Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) who are responsible for deducting or collecting tax at source on payments made to residents within India. The TAN is mandatory for NRIs who undertake transactions requiring tax deduction at source (TDS) or tax collection at source (TCS) under Indian tax laws. It is used in all TDS/TCS returns, payments, and communications with the tax authorities, ensuring that NRIs comply with India's tax regulations and facilitating the efficient processing and tracking of transactions involving tax deductions and collections.


An NRI PAN (Permanent Account Number) is a unique ten-digit alphanumeric identifier issued by the Indian Income Tax Department to Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) and foreign nationals who undertake financial transactions in India. This includes earning income, investing, or running a business within Indian territory. The PAN card serves as a vital proof of identity and is mandatory for filing income tax returns, opening bank accounts, and conducting major financial transactions in India. It helps in tracking financial activities and ensuring compliance with Indian tax laws, thereby streamlining the tax administration process for NRIs and facilitating seamless participation in the Indian financial system.

NRI TDS return

An NRI TDS Return is a quarterly statement submitted by Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) to the Indian Income Tax Department, detailing the tax deducted at source (TDS) on their income earned within India. This return is crucial for NRIs who have investments, property, or business operations in India that generate income subject to TDS. Filing this return is mandatory and helps ensure compliance with Indian tax laws, allowing for the proper accounting and claiming of tax credits. It involves declaring the nature of transactions, amounts earned, and taxes withheld, thereby facilitating transparent and efficient tax administration for income accruing to NRIs from Indian sources.

DTAA between UK and India

Documents required for US Taxation

Pan, Aadhar

Form 16/Form 16A

Form 26 AS

Details of Capital Gain

Indian Bank Statment

Detail of Exemptions

Residential Status

DTAA between US and India

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