|Type of Capital Gains||TDS should be done at|
|For Long Term Capital Gains||20% + Cess|
|For Short Term Capital Gains||30%* + Cess|
*No benefit of the slab should be allowed to NRI. Instead, the tax should be deducted at the highest slab rate of 30% presently. One of the key differences apart from the residential status and tax rate is that as per Section 195 of the Income Tax provisions, in this case, TDS needs to be done even if the amount in the transaction involved is less than Rs 50,00,000 (Fifty Lakhs). Whereas if the seller is Resident TDS liability under section 194IA only in case transaction amount is Rs 50,00,000 (Fifty Lakhs) or higher. In addition to the above, the buyer deducting tax under 194IA can deposit tax through Form 26QB. And is not mandatorily required to quote TAN (Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number). But as far as tax deduction by buyer making a purchase of property from NRI seller is concerned it is required to quote TAN compulsorily. We can summarise the discussion done above as under
|Rate of TDS||1%||20% or 30%|
|Transaction amount||Rs 50 lakhs and above||Any amount|
|CA Certification to foreign remittance received (Form 15CB)||Not required||Required to certify declaration to be filed with the Income Tax Department.|
|Capital Gains Computation||Not necessary||Is always computed|
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Ans: When an NRI is sells property, the buyer is liable to deduct TDS @20%. TDS must be deducted at the time of making payment to NRI
Ans: The person (other than individual and HUF) is liable to deduct TDS on rent under section 194I
Ans. No NRI does need aadhar to sell property.
Ans. NRI if sale property in india which he purchase before 3 years it have to capital gain tax @20%. In case of inherited property cost of previous owner is also considered. NRI is also subject to the TDS @20% on LTCG
Ans. When NRI invested in certain indian assets he is taxed @ 20%.
Ans. Rate for sale of property is LTCG is 20% and STCG is added to the taxable income of the assessee and attract tax as per the slab rate.
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