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Salary recieved abroad.


RAHUL (Student)     15 October 2019

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I'm working in india for a dubai based company. I'm receiving salary in my dubai bank account and i am transferring it to india through NRE account. Does this income will be added to my total income while computing tax liability in India?

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CA Dhruva Kalamanji (Chartered Accountant )     16 October 2019

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Yes your global income will be added to tax however if you pay tax there then some excemption available based on dtaa agreement.

And hence yiur submission with mistake will remain as mistake. But as per my experience its not a big default.

Its an incomplete information privided.

Kindly file the annual return with all the details.

Thank you
You can also write to meĀ  at sthayin @ gmail for further assistance

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rama krishnan   16 October 2019

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Since you are residing in India, you are a resident for the purpose of income tax act. as stated by Mr. dhruv, your income will be charged to tax in India and if any taxes paid in Dubai in respect of your income , relief under section 90 or 91 can be claimed

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RAHUL (Student)     16 October 2019

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No taxes are paid in Dubai for the salary received.

Mehul Gupta   16 October 2019

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You have to pay tax in india

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Kapadia Pravin   16 October 2019

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As your residential status is Resident under Income Tax Act , you are subject to your world wide income.

Salary from Dubai Company will be taxable in India under ITax Act. However under DTAA you get credit for taxes paid in Dubai (if any)

As you wrote there is Nil taxes paid in Dubai, you suo moto pay advance tax Instalments (four nos) on salary income to a avoid interest under 234B and 234C.


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