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Budget 2018: Tax incentives for International Financial Services centre

Tax incentives for International Financial Services centre. Transfer of derivatives and certain securities by non-residents exempted from capital gains tax. Non-corporate taxpayers operating in IFSC to be charged alternate minimum tax at concessional rate of 9% at par with minimum alternate tax applicable for Corporates.

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Government of India
Ministry of Finance
01-February-2018 13:03 IST

Tax incentives for International Financial Services centre

Transfer of derivatives and certain securities by non-residents exempted from capital gains tax

Non-corporate taxpayers operating in IFSC to be charged alternate minimum tax at concessional rate of 9% at par with minimum alternate tax applicable for Corporates

In order to promote trade in stock exchanges located in International Financial Services Centre (IFSC), the Union  Finance and Corporate Affairs Minister Shri Arun Jaitley  proposed to provide two more concessions for IFSC. Presenting the General Budget 2018-19 in Parliament here today, Shri Jaitley proposed to exempt transfer of derivatives and certain securities by non-residents from capital gains tax. Further, the Finance Minister added that non-corporate taxpayers operating in IFSC shall be charged Alternate Minimum Tax (AMT) at concessional rate of 9% at par with Minimum Alternate Tax (MAT) applicable for corporates.

The Government had endeavoured to develop a world class international financial services centre in India. In recent years, various measures including tax incentives have been provided in order to fulfil this objective.

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