My mom is an Indian resident and wants to gift me Rs 4 cr from the sale proceed of a residential property ( she will pay all gain tax etc ) whilst I'm a foreign national with an OCI card. Can she transfer my money directly to my overseas account and make a gift deed for the amount of $550,000 or give me the gift in India and I convert it from my NRE account and remit it to my account overseas without paying any taxes? Please advise.
It's important to note that the tax laws in India are complex and subject to change, and the exact tax implications of a gift of money used to purchase property will depend on the specific circumstances of the gift. It's recommended that you consult with a qualified tax professional who can provide you with specific advice based on your unique situation and circumstances.
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