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Prateek

Double Tax Avoidance Agreement...
I am a resident Indian. I got dividend from a company in USA and they have deducted 25% TDS. I have figured out that I need to show this under OS and FSI sections of ITR2. But I am not sure what exactly to fill in these tables.
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Inder

DTAA INDIA USA...
Hi Amlan,
Good Day sir - first of all thank you for detailed tutorials really very informative.

Summary - I am working for an MNC and enrolled through ESPP (employee stock plan through my company) and my company is listed in USA stock exchange. Hence getting some stocks on monthly basis (of US entit...
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Inder

DTAA INDIA USA...
Hi Amlan,
Good Day sir - first of all thank you for detailed tutorials really very informative.

Summary - I am working for an MNC and enrolled through ESPP (employee stock plan through my company) and my company is listed in USA stock exchange. Hence getting some stocks on monthly basis (of US enti...
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Inder

DTAA INDIA USA...
Sir the question is w.r.t DATA on DIVIDEND income received from USA. Should this be under credit/exempt income? As per my understanding India and USA are under agreement for DATA so should I mention the same under FSI or the same is not required
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Jitendra Sune

Double Tax Avoidance Agreement...
Hi Amlan,

Want to thank you for the nice educational videos you’ve created on filing tax returns for Foreign Income. They were really helpful. Please continue the good work! I am working in UK since Nov 2017, So I am a resident Indian for tax filing for FY 2017-2018.

I’ve a few queries as under:...
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Sandeep Kumar

Double Tax Avoidance Agreement...
Dear Amlan,
I am resident Indian for AY18-19, with 4 months of salary income from UK. Can you please guide me if it is necessary for me to fill Form 67. If yes any guidance on filling that form would be much appreciated.
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Amlan Dutta
Yes, rules for claiming FTC have been notified under Rule 128 w.e.f 1.4.2017 and it is required to fill form 67 few important points ...
(1) FTC shall be the aggregate of the amounts of credi...
Yes, rules for claiming FTC have been notified under Rule 128 w.e.f 1.4.2017 and it is required to fill form 67  few important points ...                                                                                                            <br /> (1) FTC shall be the aggregate of the amounts of credit computed separately for each source of income arising from a particular country;<br />(2) FTC shall be lower of, tax payable on such income under the Indian tax laws and the foreign tax paid;...........                                                                                                                                      <br />           Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) or Electronic Verification Code (EVC) is mandatory to submit Form 67<br />Submission of Form 67 shall precede the filing of return of income....it is a very simple thing , you can check my tutorials on how to fill return for taking credit of doubly taxed foreign income ...But before filing return claiming relief under 91 , you must first fill form 67 Yes, rules for claiming FTC have been notified under Rule 128 w.e.f 1.4.2017 and it is required to fill form 67  few important points ...                                                                                                            <br /> (1) FTC shall be the aggregate of the amounts of credit computed separately for each source of income arising from a particular country;<br />(2) FTC shall be lower of, tax payable on such income under the Indian tax laws and the foreign tax paid;...........                                                                                                                                      <br />           Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) or Electronic Verification Code (EVC) is mandatory to submit Form 67<br />Submission of Form 67 shall precede the filing of return of income....it is a very simple thing , you can check my tutorials on how to fill return for taking credit of doubly taxed foreign income ...But before filing return claiming relief under 91 , you must first fill form 67
  • July 22, 2018
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Bappa

Double Tax Avoidance Agreement...
Hello ,

I am filling return in ITR2 as individual resident who has foreign income based on your video to get benefit under sec 90.

I am working in Belgium as a software engineer in a company. So, which article number should I fill in the FSI. Is it art 15 or 23 ?.

My understanding by reading the agreem...
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arun kumar

DTAA ( Tax credit method)...
Can we claim DTAA tax relief without taking tax residency certificate or not?
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Amlan Dutta
No , without taking tax residency certificate , you can claim DTAA relief ...
  • June 12, 2018
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Arijit Nag

Double Tax Avoidance Agreement...
Thanks, Amlan for this initiative. In this assessment year 18-19, I Have India Salary Income until June'17. Then I moved to Canada. So want to know to e-filling.
If you could share the steps in the e-filling portal that will be a great help
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Amlan Dutta
I cannot at this moment give a detailed answer ....you can refer my DTAA tutorials on youtube how to fill your return ...since your taxable residential status Is" Resident" your global income is taxable i.e In this case your canadian income shall be taxed in India as well ...Since this means double ...
  • May 28, 2018
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PARDEEP

DTAA ( Tax credit method)...
Hello

i moved out of india on 8 oct 2018. I am getting 95% salary in sweden but 5% in india for the name of social benefit(PF). On salary slip it is 100% but mentioned 95+5 in india. Now my employer has shown 100% in sweden in form 16 type form - KU10 as total income is taxable in sweden and also 5%...
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Amlan Dutta
Since you are a resident indian , your Global income is taxable in India ...so for you everything is taxable ...only thing is that you will get relief on doubly taxed income as per DTAA agreement between India and Sweden ....Typically it is the resident country i.e India( for your case ) in which ...
  • May 1, 2018
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manoj
Hey Amlan, thanks for your valuable response.
I too have similiar case. so when filing IT return this year is the TRC document mandatory ? if yes, then will the Residency registration letter (also referred as Anmeldung in germany) suffice for this purpose or is there a specific document one should r...
  • July 12, 2018
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Chaitanya Kumar

Double Tax Avoidance Agreement...
I'm resident of India and in US now for temp work, as part of global tax i'm being asked to pay tax for medical insurance paid in US and which is non-taxable in US and also in India. Do i need to pay/calculate tax for medical insurance amount? pls suggest
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Amlan Dutta
W.r.t indian taxation system, no .
  • April 16, 2018
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antony arun

Double Tax Avoidance Agreement...
Hi Amalan, I watched your YouTube videos on DTAA. Thanks for providing such an informative session and you are an inspiration. I have a question. My case is as below for FY 2016-17:
I worked in Australia during August 2016 to October 2016. AndI worked in USA during Feb 2017 to March 2017. So I am a r...
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