NGOs can avoid paying double taxes under the Double Tax Avoidance Agreement (DTAA). Generally, non-resident Indians (NRIs) live abroad but earn income in India. In such cases, income collected in India may be taxed in India and the country of residence of the RNA. This means that they would have to pay twice taxes on the same income. To avoid this, the Double Tax Avoidance Agreement (DBAA) has been amended. NGOs can avoid paying double taxes under the Double Tax Avoidance Agreement. Budget 2020-21 raised the threshold at which Indians obtain RNA status abroad, thereby avoiding double taxation of their income abroad. Under the new rules, they automatically obtain non-resident status if an Indian citizen is on leave of more than 240 days. The previous threshold for RNA status was 182 days. On the one hand, the beneficiary is present in the other state (Dubai) for a period or period not exceeding 183 days during the “previous year`s campaign” or the year of income concerned. Second, the remuneration is paid by an employer who does not reside in the other state (Dubai) or on behalf of an employer. Third, remuneration is not borne by a stable establishment or fixed base that the employer has in the other state (Dubai).
HP Ranina, a tax lawyer in India, told the Khaleej Times: “You are a resident of UAE under India-UAE Double Taxation Avoidance Agreements (DTAA) and holding residency visa of UAE. Therefore, you do not fall under the legislation proposed in today`s budget. It should be remembered that the SURE-India double taxation convention was signed in 1993. (ii) Increased deadline for Mutual Agreement Procedure (MAP) SYNTHESISED TEXT OF THE MULTILATERAL CONVENTION TO IMPLEMENT TAXTREATY RELATED MEASURES TO PREVENT BASE EROSION AND PROFIT SHIFTING (MLI) AND THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT In a briefing in the budget, Ajay Bhushan Pandey, Minister of Finance, said: “Some people are residents of a country. You can stay in different countries for a number of days. Therefore, if an Indian citizen does not have a domicile in a country of the world, he is considered an Indian resident and his global income is taxed. According to Article 1 dBAA, the benefit of a DBAA agreement applies only to residents. . The sole purpose of the synthesized text is to facilitate a coherent understanding and interpretation of the impact of MLI on the United Arab Emirates – India DBAA. “synthesized text,” a document containing the consolidated text of the provisions of a Double Tax Evasion Agreement (DBA) and the Multilateral Instrument (MLI) that applies to this DBAA. Naveen Sharma, Head of Accounting at Audit Advisory Services Focus Group, told Zawya: “Many Gulf Indians go to their metropolitan country, India, to start or expand their business, and it is customary that they first spend a lot of time in their new business, and now they will cause a headache: worry about their nrI status, because if they lose their status , they tend to lose their NRI status.
, all their global income is taxable. Click here to read the Mint ePaperMint is now on telegram.