Category Archives: NRI Corner

NRI Corner: Capital Gains Tax for NRIs

In this post, I will focus on certain aspects of capital gains taxation for non-resident Indians (NRIs). Even though the rate of capital gains tax is same for residents and non-residents, there are a few differences that affect taxation for

Who is NRI as per FEMA and Income Tax Act?

Moving abroad for employment or planning to shift back to India permanently? How will your income be taxed?  Can you continue holding NRE deposit and continue to get tax-free interest? In my opinion, everything begins with finding out whether you

How can NRIs invest in mutual funds in India?

mutual funds growth or dividend or dividend reinvestment

As a non-resident, you may want to take exposure to Indian equity markets. Picking up stocks on their own is not everybody’s cup of team. Such non-resident investors may take exposure to equity markets through equity mutual funds. In this

Should NRIs purchase life insurance in India?

Life insurance for NRIs

You settled abroad many years ago.  You are planning to purchase a life insurance plan. You are not sure whether to purchase a life insurance plan in India or in the country of residence. In this post, I will discuss

NRI Corner: Income Tax and TDS Rates for NRIs

TDS Rates for NRI Featured Image

Non-residents face a favorable tax regime in India. Their global income is not taxed in India, which is not the case with resident Indians. Only income earned in India is taxed in India. However, there is one aspect of taxation

Liberalised Remittance Scheme and Sending funds abroad

Liberalised Remittance Scheme How to remit funds abroad

As a resident Indian, you may want to remit money abroad to children for their education expenses or you may want to remit money for maintenance of a close relative abroad.  You may need foreign exchange for a private or

NRI Corner: Remittance Facilities for NRIs

NRI remittance facilities

As a non-resident Indian (NRI), you may want to repatriate money that you had transferred to India for purchasing a property or investing in stock markets. Alternatively, you may want to remit local income or proceeds from sale of some

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