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NRI -ITR

Sumegh Kelkar (29 Points)

28 October 2021  
Suppose one person is NRI, he earns income in foreign and has some assets there, is he required to furnish ITR in India and disclose the assets though he does not have income in India ?

 7 Replies

Janak Shah (ca) (560 Points)
Replied 28 October 2021

If he has income accruing in India above taxable limit.

Sumegh Kelkar (29 Points)
Replied 28 October 2021

No income in India. Is he required to file on the basis that he is Indian citizen and holds some asset in foreign?

CA Raj Doshi (Practising CA) (5532 Points)
Replied 29 October 2021

International Tax matters require a case to case analysis. Please get consultation from a subject matter expert.

Dhirajlal Rambhia (SEO Sai Gr. Hosp.) (108753 Points)
Replied 29 October 2021

For NRI, having no income (or income below taxable limit) in INDIA, there is no need of filing ITR, just because he is an Indian.

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dinesh (advocate) (4 Points)
Replied 02 November 2021

Suppose  NRI has refund via TDS  in india but failed to file return. My question is where he will file return in india in normal assessment ward or international Taxation ward.

dinesh (advocate) (4 Points)
Replied 02 November 2021

NRI failed to claim refund via TDS without income now he wants to claim undersection 119(2)(b).

My question is where he has to file application  before normal  AO or international Taxation ward 

Sourav (Student) (23917 Points)
Replied 03 November 2021

Normal AO

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