Transfer of your return of income to jurisdictional Assessing officer


Jeet (Manager)     17 September 2019

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I received an email from the Income Tax Department with the subject "Transfer of your return of income to jurisdictional Assessing officer ".

email has attachment mentioning that "Credit for tax payments made outside India claimed in the return, which can not be verified by CPC".

I mentioned my South Africa foreign income under FSI section during filing ITR-2. I am worried about the next step. Do I need to back to India for clarification? 

Pls advice.

 

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Kapadia Pravin   17 September 2019

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What is residential status in ITR2
what type of income it is I schedule FSI ?
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Jeet (Manager)     17 September 2019

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Residential status - NRI.

Under schedule FSI I mentioned 

South African salary (after converting it into Indian rupees + Indian income in rupees),

Tax paid in South Africa ( after converting into Indian rupees) and

exemption of tax relief under article 90 of DTAA.

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Kapadia Pravin   17 September 2019

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For NRI , foreign income not to be included in ITR. Only Indian income is taxable for NRI.
How come you did so ?

For which AY you are talking about ?

Jeet (Manager)     17 September 2019

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My bad, I thought that I must mention it under FSI, my mistake. The assessment year 2019-2020.

Is it having any further consequences? what should be the corrective action? 

 

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Kapadia Pravin   17 September 2019

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You can immediately file revised return as a NRI Non-resident status taking Indian income only.

If you need any help then mail me - pnkapadia @ gmail.com

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Jeet (Manager)     17 September 2019

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Thank you so much for your prompt response. much appreciated. 


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