Tip : Day-1
(In respect of resident’s point of view)
‘HOW TO SAVE INCOME TAX IN CASE OF START-UPS?’
‘Zero tax to Govt’
NO TAX EVASION, IT’S TAX PLANNING
Points to be covered in this article :
1. Framing of case study
2. Benefits in hands of Mr. B
3. Benefits and tax compliances in hands of Mr.A
4. Calculation of capital gain in hands of Mr. A:
5. Tax Planning in case of Mr. A
Just try to understand with the help of example :
Benefits in hands of Mr. B
If value of Mr. cA’s business increases further, Mr. cB’s share valuation in A’s business also increases.
Now lets understand benefits and tax compliances in hands of Mr.A
After agreement with Mr B, Mr A sales 10% of his shares to Mr B (i.e. unlisted shares) and capital gain under income tax act,1961 arises in his hands.
Type of Capital Asset : Shares of unlisted company
Section applied : Sec 112
Period of holding (POH) : 4 years
Type of Capital Gain : Long term capital gain, because POH is more than 24 months.
Tax rate : 20% with indexation benefits
Lets calculate capital gain now in hands of Mr. A:
|Sales Consideration||10% of 30 crores||3,00,00,000|
|Indexed Cost of acquisition||If actual cost is 50 lakhs (10% of 5 cr.), suppose indexed cost is||70,00,000|
|Long term Capital Gain||2,30,00,000|
Tax on capital gain on Rs 2.3 crore is suppose comes to Rs 55 lakhs or above (@ 20% tax rate + surcharge + 4% cess).
Tax Planning in case of Mr. A
> Invest amount of net consideration (after deduction of expenses in relation to transfer) in residential house property u/s 54F of income tax act, 1961 for taking exemption of capital gain tax. Exemption will allowed on satisfying conditions as mentioned in sec 54F.
> When Mr.A starts feeling like bored from above mentioned property, he can sale it and whatever capital gain arise in future on such sale, he can invest such capital gain amount again in another residential property to claim exemption u/s 54 of income tax act, 1961. Again, exemption will allowed on satisfying conditions as mentioned in sec 54F.
“ This way, you can play with your money and save taxes”.
Note : Suggestions always welcomed.
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