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Tax on Long Term Capital Gain under Income Tax Act, 1961

The Article Discusses about Tax Treatment of Long Term Capital Gain arising from Transfer of Capital Assets under Income Tax Act, 1961. Articles discusses Meaning of Capital Assets, What Constitutes a Capital and what is not a capital Asset, How to Apply Indexation Provisions, Period for Computation of Long Term Capital Asset, Tax on lon...

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Capital Gain- Movable and Immovable Property

In the today scenario, you must have noticed, every one is thinking/taking about buying and selling the asset. But the question arises that, ‘Is every transaction of sale or purchase are taxable and exigible for Capital Gain Tax’. Hence, as a common person by listening the word Tax first question comes to in the mind […...

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Cost Inflation Index for FY 2019-20/ AY 2020-21

Cost Inflation Index (CII) for PY 2019-20/ AY 2020-21 Notified by CBDT at 289 (Base Year 2001-02) In the case of transfer of short term capital asset, the amount of capital gains can be arrived at by deducting the cost of acquisition/ improvement from the sale consideration. However, in the case of transfer of long […]...

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Cost Inflation Index – Meaning & Index from 1981-82 to 2019-20

Article discusses Meaning of Cost Inflation Index (CII) which is used for Computation of Long Term Capital Gain. Cost Inflation index are Notified by CBDT every year and till date CBDT has notified Cost Inflation Index for the Financial Year 1981-82 to Financial year 2019-20.  Cost Inflation index are used for computing indexed cost of [...

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Long-term capital loss on listed shares eligible for set-off against taxable income

M/s. United Investments Vs ACIT (ITAT Kolkata)

M/s. United Investments Vs ACIT (ITAT Kolkata) In this case the assessee had incurred loss on sale of shares after paying STT & these shares were held on investment a/c for period more than 12 months. The assessee claimed that the loss incurred was to be assessed under the head ‘capital gains’ and its set […]...

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Receipt from a right to sue cannot be considered capital gain U/s. 45

ACIT Vs Shri Anil Gulabdas Shah (ITAT Mumbai)

ACIT  Vs Shri Anil Gulabdas Shah (ITAT Mumbai) The undisputed position that emerges is the fact that the property under consideration was subject matter of extensive litigation which ultimate got culminated into sale of the property by the assessee in terms of consent terms dated 03/01/2012 between the assessee and certain other parties....

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Gain on Sale of right to obtain flat- LTCG or STCG?

ITO (International Taxation) Vs Monish Kaan Tahilramani (ITAT Mumbai)

ITO (International Taxation) Vs Monish Kaan Tahilramani (ITAT Mumbai) The only surviving question that arise for consideration is manner of computation of the gains. It is noted that the assessee has paid upfront payment to the extent of 5% upon allotment and the balance payment has been spread over by way of installment during the [&hell...

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Income from shares is capital gain if shares been held as investment with intention of Investment

ACIT Vs Shri Finance (ITAT Delhi)

Where the assessee had clear intention of being an investor and had held shares by way of investment, assessee was to be treated as investor and any gain arising out of transfer of shares was to be treated as ‘capital gain’ and not ‘business income’....

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LTCG under Grandfathering Provisions

The Finance Bill 2018 reintroduced tax on LTCG made from listed shares and equity-oriented mutual funds. With Effective 1 April 2018, LTCG arising from the sale of these shares and equity oriented funds that are held for more than 12 months are taxable at the rate of 10% if such LTCG exceeds Rs.1 lakh in the given Financial […]...

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Grand Father Rate / NAV of all Mutual Funds as on 31st Jan 2018

1. Since 1 April, 2018, long-term capital gains (LTCG) made on redemption of equity mutual funds have been subject to 10% tax. 2. The tax is applicable on LTCG made by the investor over and above Rs 1 lakh a year. 3. However, the LTCG made till 31 January, 2018, have been grandfathered, so the […]...

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