I am an NRI, can i gift my property to my father to avoid ant Capital gains and once my father will sell the property , he can transfer the money to me as a gift ?? is there any time limit like after how many months/years of sale of property he can gift me that money?
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If you prefer to transfer money online, Wise is the easiest way to do it. It's incredibly simple to set up an account or make a transfer using their app. They also have the best exchange rates, because they offer the same market rate you see on XE or Google and don't add any hidden exchange rate mark ups.
Exchange Rate: A margin is added to the exchange rate when you convert your US dollars (USD) into Indian rupee (INR).
Using Xoom to send money to India is an all-around easy process. As a customer, you'll find Xoom's homepage to be very clear and very easy to understand (albeit quite rudimentary), and opening an account and setting up your transfer with them should be quick and easy.
When you send money to any person abroad in India, the first $15,000 USD will be exempt from taxes by the IRS under the Gift Tax policy. This limit is charged on a per-person basis -- if you would like to send $15,000 USD each to multiple persons, you will still be off the hook for any gift taxes.
for future returns.
One fee that brokers often charge is called a bid-ask spread. The bid price is the amount a broker will buy a currency for; the ask is how much they will sell it to you for. The discrepancy in these prices is what you pay in fees as the bid-ask spread.
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