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Balley Price Holdings:Tips for NRIs for filing tax returns

BP Holdings Tax Management - The income earned by non-resident Indians abroad is not subject to tax in India. However, if their income in the country crosses the basic exemption limit of Rs 2 lakh, they are required to file their returns. This income could be in the form of interest on deposits, rental income on property in India, etc. Also, if NRIs carry out transactions in securities like shares and mutual funds, the capital gains are liable to tax and, hence, the return must be filed. The due date for filing returns by NRIs is 31 July. When to file The returns have to be filed if the income exceeds the taxable limit, or to claim refund if the tax deducted at source is more than the tax payable, or to claim the amount set off against capital losses. Documents The documents to be submitted include the passport to show the number of days spent outside India to qualify as an NRI. Besides this, the NRIs need to provide the statements for the demat accounts, for the transactions and bank accounts held in India, as well as the TDS certificates received from other parties. Exemptions The NRIs can also claim exemptions available to individuals under the Income Tax Act (unless specifically not applicable to NRIs), such as Section 80C, with respect to certain investments, payment of principal on housing loan, etc. The taxable income can be reduced by availing of these exemptions. Filing alternatives The NRIs can file their tax returns online on the Income Tax Department e-filing portal. Alternatively, they can use other private, paid e-filing portals to do so, or even take the help of tax advisers. Points to note It is not necessary for an NRI to file tax returns if the total income during the relevant financial year consists only of investment income or long-term capital gains, or both, and the tax has been deducted at source from such income.  (May 16, 2014 | post #1)

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http://bp-holdings -pollard.wikia.com /wiki/BP_Holdings: _Work_At_Home_Jobs :_How_to_Avoid_Get ting_Scammed_-_aut horstream bp holdings madrid spain wikia What to do so you don't get taken by common work at home job scams: Internet ScamBusters #62 Today we'll focus on Part 2 of our series on home-based business scams and work-at-home scams. If you missed Part 1 in last month's issue on the Top 10 scams of this type 10 Tips on Avoiding Work At Home and Home Based Business Scams 1. Never, NEVER pay for the chance to work!' This is the cardinal rule. You should treat working at home just like you would treat working for an employer at their place of business. If you were going for a job interview in the 'real world,' how would you react if the interviewer asked you to pay $50 or $100 to land the job, for starter materials, or for a 'good faith' payment to make sure you were serious about the business? You'd think it was absurd. No legitimate company charges employees a fee for a job. Whenever you're asked to pay for the chance at a job, or information about work-from-home jobs, you know it's a scam. Home-based businesses, on the other hand, may require start-up costs to cover investments, materials, franchises, or other items. As we state in the next step, check things out before you pay anything. 2. Check out the business before you pay anything.' Have you heard of the business that's soliciting your money? If not, check them out carefully. Make sure they have a physical address and a phone number. Call to see if it's a real phone number. Do a search on http://www.Google. com to see if you can find any positive or negative comments. Check references carefully. Some warning signs of scammer companies: They use free Web hosting services (such as Tripod or Geocities). They use free Web email services (such as Yahoo! Mail or Hotmail). They use Post Office boxes for mailings and don't disclose their real addresses. They won't give you a telephone number where you can contact them. 3. Use your credit card to make purchases.' This sounds counter-intuitive, but if you are going to buy a starter kit or make some investment relating to a home-based business, purchase using your credit card. That way, if you don't receive the items, or if things go wrong, you can dispute the charges with your credit card company. If you're unsure how to do this, speak to your credit card company *before* you make the purchase. 4. Research the market for the proposed business/work.' Every scammer will promise unlimited wealth and easy work. With a little virtual footwork, you can see whether you can make money doing this kind of business or work. If you're thinking of starting a medical billing practice, for example, call a few doctors and hospitals in your city or town and ask if there would be a market for your services. As we mentioned in the last issue, you may be surprised to discover just how limited the market really is. 5. Beware of vagueness and incredible claims.' Companies that don't state their names, costs, or other important information in their ads usually have a good reason to do so -- they're scammers. As well, be wary of claims that you can"make up to $1,000 a week" doing just a few hours' worth of unskilled work. Don't be blinded by greed. bp holdings madrid spain wikia read more : http://www.scambus ters.org/work-at-h ome-jobs.html  (Jan 14, 2013 | post #1)