WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN INDIAN AND FOREIGN INCOME?

December 17, 2021
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Ever wondered how foreign income is different from Indian income? Let us find out.

Indian Income 

Any of the following three is an Indian income:

i) If income is received (or deemed to be received) in India during the previous year and at the same time it accrues (or arises or is deemed to accrue or arise) in India during the previous year;

ii) If income is received (or deemed to be received) in India during the previous year but it accrues (or arises) outside India during the previous year;

iii) If income is received outside India during the previous year but it accrues (or arises or is deemed to accrue or arise) in India during the previous year;

Foreign income 

If the following conditions are satisfied, then such income is foreign income:

i)   Income is not received (or not deemed to be received) in India; and

ii) Income does not accrue or arise (or does not deemed to accrue or arise) in India.

The provisions of residential status are tabulated as below:

INCIDENCE OF TAX FOR DIFFERENT TAXPAYERS

Incidence of tax in India for Individuals and Hindu Undivided Family (HUF)

Any other taxpayer (like company, firm, co-operative society, association of persons, body of individuals, etc):

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