NRI Guide

Do NRIs Need PAN Card to Buy Property in India

The legal aspects of buying property in India are slightly different for NRIs when compared to ordinary Indians. One of the main questions that plague NRIs is do NRIs need pan card? Further, many are unsure whether they can register NRI property in India

How To Calculate Cost Inflation Index

One of the major concerns in many NRIs mind is the question of the complete cost inflation index chart, as evidenced by even the most cursory google searches. Many people are unsure about the cost inflation index chart in India and how to calculate cost i

Tax Deducted at Source in India

Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) means of collecting income tax in India, Any payment covered under these provisions shall be paid after deducting prescribed percentage.

Income Tax Rules for NRIs 2017

Based upon a set of specific guidelines it can be ascertained if a person is actually an NRI. Based upon that, income earned in India can be considered as taxable income

Procedure to get NRI Home Loan in India

Here is all you need to know about NRI home loan in India. We have put together a list of commonly asked documents by the Indian banks to apply for the loan and other things you might need to know.

An NRI’s Guide to Purchase of Agricultural Land in India

Foreigners cannot buy agricultural land in India, this includes OCI Card holders. Foreigners cannot buy agricultural land in India, this includes OCI Card holders. Foreigners cannot buy agricultural land in India, this includes OCI Card holders.

Indian Government Website for NRI

We have listed Indian government websites that provide important policies, processes and information for NRIs.

NRO Account

In India banking terminology, the term NRO Account refers to funds deposited with an Indian financial institution opened by an Indian national. An NRO account is kept in Indian rupees and cannot be converted and repatriated into foreign currency.

NRE Account

An NRE account can be opened by any person who is residing outside India. All the funds, along with the accrued interest, are freely repatriable; moreover the interest earned is not taxable in India.

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