AUTOMATIC ROJMEL PROGRAM EXCEL FILE

AUTOMATIC ROJMEL PROGRAM EXCEL FILE

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AUTOMATIC ROJMEL PROGRAM EXCEL FILE
 INDIAN RESIDENTS POSTED ABROAD Indian residents who have taken up employment in countries with which India has got DTAA are entitled to the benefit of the DTAA entered into by India with the country of employment.

 

 
 
Accordingly, their tax liability is decided. Indian expatriates working abroad have been granted several special tax concessions under the Act. Professors, teachers and research workers working abroad in any university or any educational institutions are entitled to deduction of 75% of their foreign remuneration provided the same is brought into India in convertible foreign exchange within a period of 6 months from the end of the previous year or such extended time as may be allowed(Sec. 80-R).
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Similarly, in case of an Indian Citizen having received remuneration for services rendered outside India, 75% of his foreign remuneration is deductible from his taxable income provided such remuneration is brought to India in convertible foreign exchange within the time specified above (Sec. 80 RRA). From assessment year 2001-2002 onwards, there has been a change in the amount of deduction available under sections 80R/ 80RRA.

 

 
 
For details, reference may be made to the sections concerned of the Income Tax Act. No deduction u/s 80R/80RRA shall be allowed in respect of A.Y. 2005-06 onwards. It may also be mentioned here that as per section 9(1)(iii) income chargeable under the head ‘Salary’ payable by the Government to a citizen of India for services rendered outside  India is deemed to accrue or arise in India.
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However, allowances or perquisites paid or allowed outside India by the Govt. to a citizen of India for rendering services abroad is exempt from taxation u/s 10(7).

 

 
INCOME TAX CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE An expatriate before leaving the territory of India is required to obtain a tax clearance certificate from a competent authority stating that he does not have any outstanding tax liability.

 

 
 
Such a certificate is necessary in case the continuous presence in India exceeds 120 days. An application is to be made in a prescribed form to the Income Tax Authority having jurisdiction for assessment of the expatriate to grant a tax clearance certificate.
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This is to be exchanged for final tax clearance certificate from the foreign section of the Income Tax Department. Tax Clearance certificate is valid for a period of 1 month from the date of issue and is necessary to get a confirmed booking from an airline or travel agency and may be required to be produced before the customs authorities at the airport.
Referance – ITD

 

 
 
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