Mayank Khandelwal asked on 03/04/2020
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answered on 03/04/2020

  Account Opening Grid: Open an NRI Account Documentation Requirements NRE/NRO/FCNR Account opening process for each bank is different. The structure to open an NRI Account is –   1. Get the required documents ready, 2. Attestation and KYC 3. Bank gets the courier pick up done from NRI’s residence or NRI couriers it to […]

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answered on 11/09/2020

1. Yes you can continue to invest in your PPF Account after becoming an NRI on a non-repatriation basis. But you can only do so till its maturity (15 years). You can not extend the PPF account once it’s matured.   2. No sir. You can’t have a savings account in India after becoming an […]

Rohit Malhotra asked on 01/04/2023
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answered on 04/04/2023

Portfolio Management Services (PMS) are investment vehicles designed to provide professional management of portfolios, enabling NRI investors to achieve their financial goals. Choosing the right PMS is critical to ensure that your investments are managed effectively for the long term and generate the returns you are looking for. Fortunately, there are many portfolio management services […]

Nikita Bhansali asked on 10/03/2023
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answered on 23/03/2023

Yes! To get a Pan Card instantly (in under 10 minutes), all you need is an Aadhar Card. Follow these steps to get your Pan Card in 10 minutes:   If you have an Aadhar Card: Go to Income Tax Department’s e-filing portal Click on “Instant Pan through Aadhar” section under “Quick Links” Enter and […]

Abhinav Aggarwal asked on 18/09/2023
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answered on 18/09/2023

India’s growing economy is paving the way for various investment avenues. And the good thing is both residents and non-residents can be part of this investing journey. But how would a NRI invest in India and what are the best investment for NRI in India? This is something that’s long debated. Thankfully, we can resolve […]

Vandana Kaushik asked on 11/09/2023
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answered on 11/09/2023

Yes, NRIs can invest in Quant Mutual Funds on a full repatriation and non-repatriation basis. It is suggested to note that such an investment should adhere to the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) guidelines and will be subject to certain tax implications.   As an NRI, you can easily invest in Quant Mutual Fund by […]

Tushar Desai asked on 07/09/2023
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answered on 07/09/2023

The taxation on Mutual funds depends on the kind of mutual fund, i.e. debt or equity, and the holding period of the said mutual fund.   Taxation for Equity Mutual Funds: In the case of equity mutual funds, any holding of less than one year will be termed as short-term, and selling of such investment […]

Perathu Manivannan asked on 11/09/2023
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answered on 11/09/2023

Yes, Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) can purchase mutual funds in India. They can purchase and invest in both domestic and foreign mutual funds offered by the Asset Management Companies (AMCs). Do keep in mind that there are certain restrictions and requirements that NRIs need to abide by under the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) while investing […]

Vivek Yadav asked on 07/09/2023
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answered on 07/09/2023

Yes, Non-Resident Indians (NRI) can invest in mutual funds from their NRE (Non-Resident External) bank account. NRE accounts are rupee-denominated, so NRIs can deposit and maintain his/her foreign earnings in India in rupees. NRIs can open an NRE account in the form of savings or a current bank account and invest in mutual funds via […]

Manisha Arora asked on 05/02/2023
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answered on 28/02/2023

Tax implications on Mutual Funds for NRI: Different types of Mutual Funds are taxed differently   *(Equity Funds: An equity fund is a mutual fund that invests principally in stocks)   *(Debt Funds: A debt fund is a mutual fund that invests in fixed-interest generating securities such as corporate bonds, government securities)   Start investing […]

Richa Bhatt asked on 27/02/2023
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answered on 02/03/2023

Investing in mutual funds is a great way of wealth creation and portfolio diversification. Like resident Indians, NRIs can also invest in mutual funds in India. An NRI investor must fulfill KYC formalities before investing in mutual funds in India. Here is how an NRI can complete the KYC process to invest in mutual funds […]

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answered on 16/11/2020

For updating your mutual fund tax status as NRI, you need to opt for a KYC (Know your Customer) followed by the In-Person Verification(IPV).   Once you update your KYC, your NRI status will be updated for all mutual funds you have subscribed to. After that, you can use your NRO Account for investing in […]

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