Working in Singapore but getting Income in India – Will I have to pay tax ?

POSTED BY Harish Kumar ON October 28, 2013 12:47 pm ONE COMMENT

HI,

I recently moved to Singapore on project work. During my stay in Singapore , I get my salary deposited in my S/B account in INDIA and for my stay in Singapore.

So basically I do not earn anything in Singapore. Now that since I qualified as  NRI, should I be exempted from Income Tax  for the amount that was deposited in S/B as salary ? If yes, how should I proceed further ?

One reply on this article “Working in Singapore but getting Income in India – Will I have to pay tax ?”

  1. ashalanshu says:

    Dear Kumar, as you are getting salary from your Indian employer in an Indian account, you are earning a taxable salary. Only an actual Singaporean income ‘ll be tax free.

    Thanks

    Ashal

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