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DTAA ( Tax credit method)...
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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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Hi Amlan, Thanks for replying. I am not sure i got you fully but one thing is for sure now that i am more worried now. Earlier i was thinking that will be only 5% income which will be doubly taxed, now i think i have to face 100% doubly tax. I am resident in india for the last year so this mean i wi...
  • April 30, 2018
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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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DTAA ( Tax credit method)...
I was in India until November 2016 which means I was there for more than 182 days.

I moved to US for the remaining year. Now in my W2 statement. I had the below components:

Total Income = a
Federal Income Tax = b
Social Security Tax = c
Medicare Tax = d
State tax = e
I received the amount in my bank...
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