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Neha Agarwal
chandigarh
Income earned from outside india is taxable or not?

Here assessee is a Moulana, 30yrs old, has been teaching in Tehran University(iran) for last 8
years. His nationality is indian. Actually he went to Iran as a student & on visa it is clearly
mentioned as a student but after getting degree he continued & has started teaching in
University, for this Govt of Iran pays him tax free salary. I have some points:- 1) Whatever he is
earning in Iran, is taxable in India or not. 2) If taxable in India, what slab rate should I take ?
3) Investment which he has made in india for his wife, himself, children like LIC, medical,
education is deductibele u/s 80c & 80D or not becoz his income source is out of india. There is
one more issue.....as below... As he is a moulana he gets some charity amount in cash in his
personal account in india from indian only not outside person which exceeds Rs 10 Lac in cash in his
account. I asked him to stop taking cash directly in his personal account as whole of cash is deemed
to be his income then he said, people hardly release charity amount & most of them are unable to
give in cheque. I want to know in that case what points should I consider to calculate, amount as
charity in cash in his account is not his income. Plz advice me to make tax planning....What should
I do to make income tax dept. that cash in his personal account is charity as his not a personal
income.....Plz advice me...
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Mayur Kadam
Nashik
Maulana is not liable to pay tax in India bcs he is not a Resident of India. Also his income is not
received or deemed to be receive in India.Income recived from Investment made in India is liable to
tax.


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