Any income which is 

recieved in India

or

deemed to be received in India

is taxable for all assessees

 

Income Deemed to be Recieved Also Covered here

Following Income shall deemed to be always received in India

                (a) Contribution to RPF> 12% of salary

                (b) Interest on RPF>  9.5% p.a.

                (c) Transfer from URPF to RPF

                (d) Contribution by Central Government to employees pension scheme under section 80CCD

 

Note

Date of first receipt is relevant

 

For example

1.Income received in India but later Remitted or used in USA

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(2) Profits of business in USA received in India

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(3) Property in Dubai rent received In India

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  1. Income Tax
  2. Residential Status

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CA Maninder Singh is a Chartered Accountant for the past 10 years. He also provides Accounts Tax GST Training in Delhi and Pune.