I hv been working abroad for almost 2 yrs now as a senior mgr. My company while offering me the job did not give an appt. Letter.
when I came over, i did not hv a NRI a/c as banks did not give me as i did not hv an appt. Letter.
For the last 2 yrs my company in africa has been paying my salary by depositing the amount in rupee in cash in my indian bank account.
My problem now is how do i prove to income tax authorities that the money earned is salaried money from NRi source and hence not taxable? If I cant prove, a huge amount will hv to be paid as tax.
During the last 2 yrs, I hv never come to India and I am still staying abroad. I hv a work permit and a passport to support it. Can anyone pls help by suggesting the plan of action?
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