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Form 15CB is the Certificate through which a Chartered Accountant examines the details of remittance where chargeability provisions under Section 5 and Section 9 of the Income Tax Act is checked along with the provisions of Double Tax Avoidance Agreements in India with other countries.

Through form 15CB, A Chartered Accountant certifies details of the payment, TDS rate and TDS deduction as per Section 195 of the Income Tax Act, if any DTAA is applicable, and other details of nature and purpose of the remittance being done

Documents Required for form 15 ca cb online

Details of the Remitter (sender)
· Name and address of the sender
· PAN number of the sender
· Business Address if any of sender
· E-mail Address and contact number of sender
· Whether Remitter is Firm or a Company any other form
· Bank name , Branch name of sender

Details of the Remittee (receiver)
· Name and address Status of the receiver
· Business address if any
· Country of the receiver

Details of Remittance
Remittance destination country is being made
· Currency in which remittance is being made
· Expected date of Remittance being made
· Nature of Remittance being made

Frequently asked questions

HOW CAN TAX VIC HELP FILE form 15CA CB ONLINE?

Tax Vic will ask for requisite information and help you receive a certificate in form of Form 15CB from a Chartered Accountant. Tax Vic has verified professionals and we guarantee safety and confidentiality of customer’s data and information.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET FORM 15 CA CB ONLINE?

It is a matter of a few hours if details provided by you to your CA are complete. If you have any questions to be asked before you proceed write to us at info@taxvic.com

What is Latest update on form 15 CA 15 CB procedure ?

As per Amendments In Finance Act 2020 After amendment by the Financial Law of 2020, if a domestic company pays dividends to an individual non-resident shareholder, it will be taxable and a certificate from Form 15CA and Chartered Accountant must be submitted on Form 15CB.

What are the remittances which do not require Form 15 CA CB?

Individual or entities making remittances are not required to furnish the information in Form 15CA and 15CB for those which requires no RBI approval.

The specific payment list listed in Rule 37BB does not require compliance and reporting by filing forms 15CA and 15CB. The nature of the remittance is as follows.

Transactions for which 15CA CB form is not required to be filed:
1. Indian investment abroad –in Equity capital (shares), debt securities, in branches and wholly owned subsidiaries, in subsidiaries and associates and in real estate
6. Loans to Non-Residents
7. Advance payment against imports
8. Payment towards imports-settlement of invoice
9. Imports by diplomatic missions
10. Intermediary trade
11. Imports below Rs.5, 00,000-(For use by ECD offices)
12. Payment made for operating expenses of Indian shipping companies operating abroad.
13. Operating expenses related to Indian Airlines companies operating abroad
14. Booking of passages abroad -Airlines companies
15. Remittance towards business travel.
16. Travel under basic travel quota (BTQ)
17. Travel for pilgrimage or for the medical treatment
18. Travel for the purpose of education (including fees, hostel expenses etc.)
20. Postal Services
21. Projects construction abroad by Indian companies including import of goods at project site
22. Freight insurance which is related to import and export of goods
23. Payments for maintenance of offices abroad
24. Maintenance of Indian embassies abroad
25. Remittances by foreign embassies in India
26. Remittance by non-residents meant for family maintenance and savings
27. Remittance towards personal gifts and donations
28. Remittance towards donations to religious and charitable institutions outside India
29. Remittance made for grants and donations to other Governments and charitable institutions established by the Governments.
30. Contributions or donations by the Government to foreign institutions
31. Remittance towards payment or refund of taxes.
32. Refunds or rebates or reduction in invoice value made on account of exports
33. Payments by residents for international bidding

What is the consequence of noncompliance with the rule
mentioned in Form 15CA CB?

You will not be able to remit the funds as the bank will not allow. If you remit without form 15 CB when it is required, there is penalty for same

How to file Form 15CA online ?

There are two ways to e-File Form 15CA
1. Fill up Form 15CA online and submit
2. Fill up Form 15CA offline and submit online
Here is how to fill up online & submit Form 15CA through income tax e-Filing Portal
Step 1 – Login to your income tax and go to e-File → Income Tax Forms If you are a first timer, you need to register yourself at income tax- you need a PAN, Aadhaar, contact number, email id handy.
Step 2 – Select Form Number 15CA & Prepare and Submit Online from the given drop-down list to continue.
Step 3 – Select the appropriate Form 15CA part type, such as: Continue with "Part A or B or C or B" based on the criteria.
Step 4 – Fill the required data in the form and click on submit.
Step 5 – On the submission, a transaction ID and an acknowledgment number will be generated. You will also receive an email post.
Step 6 – To view/print the status of the submitted form, go to the My Account menu. → Select "eFiled Returns / View Form" → "Form 15CA CB" to submit. You can search for the submitted Form 15CA by using the confirmation number or by entering the recipient's PAN, country, and submission date.

What is Form 15 CA CB?

Income Tax Law in India makes it mandatory for every person making a payment to a Non-Resident or to a foreign entity to submit the details of remittance to income tax in the Form 15CA for the compliance of provisions relating to a tax deduction at source. Bank will ask for this form at the time of making foreign remittance. In cases where such remittance is chargeable to tax in India and the value of which exceeds Rs. 5 lakhs in one year, in addition to Form 15 CA one needs to get 15 CB certificate as well from Chartered Accountant

Form 15CA is a means to keep a track of foreign remittances and their taxability by Income Tax Authority in India. Form 15CA will NOT be required to be furnished in case of a remittance that does not require RBI approval.

Form 15CB is only required for payments to non-residents, is taxable, and is only required if payments exceed Rs. For transfers that do not require RBI approval, you do not need to submit Form 15CB.

What are the amended rules related to Submission of
Form 15CA 15CB online?

As per most recent rules of the income tax law relating to preparation and submission of Form 15CA CB effective from 1st April 2016;

Form 15CA CB will NOT be required to be furnished by an individual for remittance, which does not require RBI approval under its Liberalized Remittance Scheme (LRS).

List of payments of specified nature mentioned in Rule 37BB, which do not require submission of Forms 15CA 5CB, has been expanded from 28 to 33 including payments for imports.

Form 15CB will just be required for payments being made to non-residents, which are taxable and in cases where payment exceeds 5 lacs Indian Rupees.

Note: As per amendment in Finance Act 2020, in case of dividend payout by a domestic company to its individual Non-Resident shareholders are taxable and hence will require submission of Form 15 CA and certificate from Chartered Accountant in Form 15 CB

When the payment is made not chargeable to tax under IT Act>

In order to identify that tax compliances have been fulfilled and there is no requirement of TDS deduction, you need to reach out to CA Services Online or call us at TaxVic to get free consulting on applicability of taxes.

I have already filed Form 15CA form 15CB but I want to revise or cancel it,
is it possible?

Yes, Form 15CA can be revised or cancelled. But the time limit for the same is within 7 days from the date of Submission. You just need to check that link at your income tax dashboard from where you filed it.

Is it possible to withdraw e-filed Form 15 CA?

Form 15CA once filed can be withdrawn within 7 days of filing. Link to withdraw Form 15CA will be available to users at their income tax dashboard.

The user can withdraw within 7 days of submitting Form 15CA. However, there is no way to withdraw Form 15CB. When Form 15CA is withdrawn, the status of the form changes to Form 15CA withdrawal.

REMITTANCE OF SALE PROCEEDS OF PROPERTY BY NRI, WHAT ARE THE
REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO FORM 15CA CB

One needs to fulfill all tax compliance. Any capital gain arising on sale must have been paid to the authority. Income Tax Return should have been filed. Once it is confirmed that no tax obligations are pending sale proceeds from property such as land or residential building or commercial building can be repatriated outside India.

CHECKLIST TO FILE FORM 15 CA CB

Income tax login credential
Bank details of the sender
Bank details of the receiver
BSR code of the bank
Name and address of remitter and receiver
Detail of nature of remittance
In case payment exceed lakh or TDS liability arises on said remittance reach out to tax consultant or Chartered Accountant

WHEN WILL BANK ASK FOR Form 15 CA CB

Form 15CA will NOT be required to be furnished in case of a remittance that does not require RBI approval.

15CB is only required for payments to non-residents, is taxable, and is only required if payments exceed Rs. For transfers that do not require RBI approval, you do not need to submit Form 15CB.

HOW TO GET FORM 15 CB ONLINE IN INDIA

Tax Vic can instantly help you receive Form 15 CA and Form 15 CB from verified Chartered Accountant. All you’ve got to do is email us or submit an enquiry form. We will get back instantly during working hours. Write to us at info@taxvic.com