NRIs or RNORs are generally not liable to pay tax in India on foreign income3 min read 07 Oct 2019, 01:44 PM IST
If you wish to retain the NRI status to avoid clubbing of US salary with Indian income for tax purposes, it would be advisable for you to restrict your stay in India to less than 60 days during FY20
Determination of residential status is dynamic and needs fresh determination in each financial year
I have been in the US since January 2017 and my India salary has stopped since. However, I visited India for 50 days in 2019 from 29 April to 19 June 2019 due to a health issue and returned to the US right after. Now, I wish to return to India for personal reasons. I want to avoid losing my NRI status and avoid my US salary being clubbed with India income for taxation. When is the earliest I can return without compromising on my NRI status?
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