my husband is nri and if he puts fixed deposits in my name , will it be taxable?



if yes then how much tax?

5 Replies to “my husband is nri and if he puts fixed deposits in my name , will it be taxable?”


  1. DEPOSITS ARE NOT TAXABLE.
    BUT THE INTEREST EARNED IN YOUR NAME WILL BE TAXABLE.
    BETTER SUGGESTION
    LET YOUR HUBAND KEEP MONEY IN HIS NAME IN NRE ACCOUNT …
    COZ NRE WILL BE TAX FREE


  2. CHIDAMBARAM IN THE
    NEXT BUDGET IS GOING
    TO LEVY HIGH TAXES ON
    FDS’. IN CASE YOU ARE
    AN OBC, YOU MAY NOT
    HAVE TO PAY TAXES AT ALL.

    FOR VOTING PURPOSES ONLY.
    SONIA GANDHI CANNOT SAY NO
    TO HIM, AS MRS. CHIDAMBARAM
    SENDS DOSAS TO HER HOUSE
    ON ALL SUNDAYS.


  3. NRI INCOME IS TAX FREE, BUT WHEN HE WANT TO PUT FIX DEPOSITE WITH YOUR NAME. (1) FIRST THIS DEPOSITE AMOUNT YOU ACCEPT AS A GIFT & THEN AFTER YOU DEPOSITE THIS AMOUNT. (2) DEPOSITE INTEREST WILL BE TAXABLE. (3) (FOR LADIES) IF YOUR INCOME OR INTEREST AMT. LESS THEN 1.35 LACS. & YOU SAVE OR INVEST AMOUNT UPTO 1 LACS AS PER SECTION 80C. THEN YOUR INCOME UPTO 2.35 LACS WILL BE FREE. YOUR TAXABLE LIABILITIES FROM 2.35 LACS.


  4. If he puts fixed deposits in your name, interests shall be taxable in your account according to the normal tax rate which is
    upto 135000 NIL
    135000 to 150000 10%
    150000 to 250000 20%
    above Rs 250000 30 %





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