What’s Included

  • Determine Residential Status
  • Review of Foreign bank accounts
  • Avail benefits of Double Taxation Treaties / Avoidance Agreements (DTAA)
  • Foreign Asset Declaration for Residents
  • Preparing Statement of Income Computation
  • Income from Shares & securities in India
  • Income from sale of House / Property in India
  • Choosing a favorable option between the old tax regime and the new tax regime
  • Chapter VI-A deductions including: LIC, EPF, PPF, ELSS & other MFs, Medical, Principal on House property, etc
  • Income form salary, house property and other sources
  • Tax credit from Form 26AS
  • Filing Form-10IE to opt-in/opt-out for new tax regime

Documents Required

  • PAN
  • Tax Identification Number
  • Details of Foreign Income
  • Details of Assets held in India
  • Bank Statements: NRE/NRO account statements
  • Form 16
  • Tax Credit Statement Form 26AS
  • Other Supporting Documents

Frequently Asked Questions

You are considered as “Resident in India” for a financial year if you stayed in India
- for a period of 182 days or more during the Financial year;
- for 60 days in the financial year and for a total of 365 days in the preceding 4 years.

For Non-Resident Indians: Only income earned or accrued in India or deemed to be so is taxable in India.

Interest earned on the NRE account for an NRI is tax free but for NRO account is Taxable

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