Types of Bank Accounts

Differences Between NRE and NRO Bank Accounts

Non Resident External (NRE) Account is normally being used to keep foreign earnings in Indian Bank Accounts by a person who has status of NRI / PIO / OCI. NRE account should only be used to keep money earned from foreign contry and it should not be used to convert your money earned in India either direct or transfer from your existing bank account such as savings bank account or term deposits or current accounts etc. Non Resident Ordinary (NRO) account is being used to keep the money an NRI / PIO / OCI to manage the income earned in India. NRO account also can be used to keep your earning made from foreign country but remember that it can not be repatriating to its original state, ie., converting into foreign currency.