Resident but not Ordinarily Resident (RNOR)

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Are you a resident but not ordinarily resident in India? If so, then you’re likely looking for more information about what this status means and how it affects you. Being an RNOR (Resident but Not Ordinarily Resident) has both advantages and disadvantages that you should be aware of.
In this blog post, we will explore the definition of RNOR and provide an overview of the key definitions, rules, and regulations related to this status. We’ll also look at the tax implications so that you can make informed decisions about your financial future.