NRI's CORNER
F.E.M.A.
Non Resident [Ordinary] Deposit
Returning NRI's CORNER - non-resident ordinary(nro) DEPOSIT account scheme 

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If a returnee NRI's stay in India exceeds 181 days during the financial year of return, he will be a " Resident " in India during the said year. A financial year commences on 1st April & ends on 31st March. OR

His stay in India has been 60 days or more in that year, AND in the preceding 4 years, his total stay in India has been 365 days or more.
Said period of 60 days is raised to 181or more days for the benefit of and in case of
.01 An Indian citizen leaving India for employment outside India, and
.02 An Indian citizen or person of Indian origin i.e. an NRI residing outside India who is on a visit to India. It is important to note that the day of arrival and the day of departure are both included in number of days of stay in India.
2.01

However, if he has been :

A Not Resident in 9 out of 10 Financial Years preceding that year OR
Has not stayed in India for 730 days or more in 7 financial years preceding that year, than although a Resident,  he will be treated as "Resident but Not Ordinarily Resident"
The returnee NRI was "Non Resident" as defined under the Income Tax Act, 1961, i.e. if his  stay in India did not exceed 181 days in the preceding  years OR 
his stay in India has not been 60 days or more in that year, AND in the preceding 4 years,  his total stay in India has not been 365 days or more before the date of return, 
It is important to note that the day of arrival and the day of departure are both included in number of days of stay in India.

2.02

And thereafter, for a period or 2 years following the date of return, he will be treated as a ''Resident but Not Ordinarily Resident''

 

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his may seen complex but the real complexities are yet to follow and hence those viewers who do not have track-record of not being entangled by the web-man alais " the spider-man " i.e. , viewers not having track-record of reading entangling provisions of complex Laws may from now onwards slow down - dangerous curves ahead!!

Sorry for the jokes but the matters are quite a bit complex indeed :

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Whereas an NRI returning for permanent settlement is required to redesignate the NRO account as resident rupee account.

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Now, Income as in case of NRO account interest income from resident. Rupee account is  also taxable under Income-Tax Act, 1961.
But Non-Resident Indian and returning NRIs has been given benefit of basic deduction of Rs. 2,50,000/- from his total taxable income in India at par with Resident.

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