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What are the basic and additional conditions for Resident and ordinarily resident (ROR)?

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Hi Can I know, What are the basic and additional conditions for Resident and ordinarily resident (ROR)?

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I.Resident (ordinarily) An individual besides satisfying any of the basic conditions, satisfies both additional conditions he is considered as ordinarily resident. II. Resident (not ordinarily)An individual satisfying any of the basic condition without satisfying additional conditions are considered as not ordinarily resident. III. Non residentIndividual not satisfying basic conditions are treated as nonresident.

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--For income tax purpose residential status of an assessee is classified into; I.Resident (ordinarily) An individual besides satisfying any of the basic conditions, satisfies both additional conditions he is considered as ordinarily resident. II. Resident (not ordinarily)An individual satisfying any of the basic condition without satisfying additional conditions are considered as not ordinarily resident. III. Non residentIndividual not satisfying basic conditions are treated as nonresident. Basic conditions •He is in India for at least 182 days in the previous year, or •He is India for at least 365 days preceding the relevant previous year and is in India at least 60 days during the previous year

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> The basic and additional conditions for Resident and ordinarily > resident (ROR) --For income tax purpose residential status of an assessee is classified into; **I.Resident (ordinarily)** An individual besides satisfying any of the basic conditions, satisfies both additional conditions he is considered as ordinarily resident. **II. Resident (not ordinarily)**An individual satisfying any of the basic condition without satisfying additional conditions are considered as not ordinarily resident. **III. Non resident**Individual not satisfying basic conditions are treated as nonresident. **Basic conditions** •He is in India for at least 182 days in the previous year, or •He is India for at least 365 days preceding the relevant previous year and is in India at least 60 days during the previous year **Additional conditions** •He was in India for at least 730 days during the seven years preceding the relevant previous year, and •He was a resident for two out of ten previous years preceding the relevant previous year

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Dear Friend, as far as your query is concerned that What are the basic and additional conditions for Resident and ordinarily resident (ROR)? Let me informed that The basic conditions for being resident and ordinarily resident is the same condition that satisfies the residential status of an individual and additional conditions for Resident and ordinarily resident in India in a given previous year are mentioned below: If you are resident in India in at least 9 out of 10 previous years as per the basic conditions that satisfies the residential status of an individual preceding the relevant previous year; and If you are in India for a period of at least 730 days during 7 years preceding the relevant previous year. An individual or HUF becomes ROR in India if the individual fulfills at least one of the basic conditions that satisfies the residential status of an individual both the additional conditions. Hope answer was helpful to you Regards, Arjun Pratap Singh

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