When you send money to India from an online remittance agency, you will not be required to pay taxes on that amount if you are an NRI. However, if you are not an NRI then you will have to pay taxes on the global income. In this case you can always ask for a claim against the tax you have paid overseas.
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What are Indian gift tax implications when an Indian resident (mother, father) citizen receives AUD 200K from a blood related Australian citizen (child) via an international money transfer for the purpose of property purchase in mother, father and another sibling's name?
If you're a US citizen living and earning income abroad, you'll unfortunately still have to pay tax on your worldwide income. This is true even if you've never actually been to the US - if you were born on an American military base or have an American parent you may still owe tax on your income.
You can initiate transfers at a local Western Union location, online or by telephone. In each instance, there are multiple options for transfer to choose from, each one with its own associated fees. Depending upon the destination and countries of origin, available transfer options include Western Union's Three Day service, Next Day service and Money in Minutes service.
I am a NRI living outside India. I want to transfer a property in my name in India to my wife via a gift deed. As she is not able to travel to India at this time, can we execute the gift deed outside India and then register it in India when I travel. Does she have to travel to India for any part of registering the gift deed?
I was informed that when a Resident Indian gifts to a Relative in USA who is NRI or Person of Indian Origin, it does not attract gift tax laws of USA. Only when the amount received is more than 100000 US $, the same is to be reported to US Tax authorities. Pl confirm