Foreign gifts you receive are not taxable, but you will have to report a foreign gift(s) or bequest(s) you receive if the value exceeds $100,000 during the taxable year. If this is the case, you'll need to identify each gift valued at over $5,000 separately.
Yes. As of May 2021, users can send money from the US to India using Google Pay in partnership with Western Union and Wise. To set up a Google Pay transfer, you'll need to make sure that your recipient in India also uses Google Pay and that their bank account is connected via UPI. From there, you'll be able to transfer just like you usually would on Google Pay, with the additional step of clicking through Western Union or Wise.
If the gift is received by the indian what is the rate of gift tax.No gift documents are received from the foreigner. Can the Indian reject the gift , and the same can be taken back by the foreigner. Give me a clarification and suggestion
1) option#1: I receive the land as a gift from him, I sell the land and transfer the sale proceed to my overseas bank account via my Indian bank account
It's important to note that the tax implications of gifting shares can be complex, and may vary depending on the specific circumstances of the gift. It's recommended that you consult with a qualified tax professional who can provide you with specific advice based on your unique situation and circumstances.
The US has tax treaties with many nations around the world, which prevents double taxation on income. But if you're earning a foreign pension in a country without a treaty, you may be at risk of paying double tax. This is because in the US, pension funds are taxed both when accrued and when paid out, as well potentially in the country the pension is being paid.
*C. would those funds be taxable for me in India?