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Short Term Capital Gains Tax

Jul 25, 2014 at 17:41 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Retail investors, if they can hold on for three years, are still better off investing in debt funds instead of traditional bank products such as fixed deposits.
Jul 25, 2014 at 15:08 | Source: CNBC-TV18
"If not all, at least 50 percent of the retail investors would be keen to avail this kind of a long-term capital gain by investing for 36 months," Vivek Rajpal, Rates Strategist, Nomura India.
Jul 25, 2014 at 12:45 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Union Finance minister Arun Jaitley assured investors of a stable tax regime while promising to bring in goods and services tax (GST) in this year itself. He ruled out imposition of long term capital gain tax on debt mutual funds retrospectively.
Jul 23, 2014 at 13:26 | Source: CNBC-TV18
"If somebody has invested last year and expecting capital gains, he has to now pay short-term capital gains instead of long-term capital gains. So at least that investor part is taken care of," ayesh Mehta, MD & country treasurer, Bank of America said.
Jul 22, 2014 at 11:26 | Source: CNBC-TV18
The Budget proposed doubling the long term capital gains tax on debt mutual funds to 20 percent and increasing the holding period to be eligible for long term capital gains, to three years from one year.
Jul 17, 2014 at 15:59 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
As per new provision the long term capital gains in non-equity mutual funds scheme will be derived only when the investments have been held for more than 36 months i.e. 3 years.
Jul 17, 2014 at 09:57 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Equity and Debt Mutual Funds ended positive as the Equity benchmarks rallied for the second consecutive session on Wednesday with the Nifty climbing above 7600 level supported by banks, oil & gas, metals and capital goods stocks.
Jul 14, 2014 at 22:14 | Source: CNBC-TV18
In terms of the grandfathering element for the existing investors it could be possible that the government may actually say it is fine to go ahead and pay just the 10 percent long-term capital gains tax as they did earlier and not the 20 percent
Jul 11, 2014 at 19:45 | Source: CNBC-TV18
In case of non-equity oriented mutual funds, there has been a change in the capital gains tax rate from 10-20 percent and also, the holding period for long-term capital gains to be treated as long-term capital asset, says Daksha Baxi.
Jul 11, 2014 at 16:52 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
The increase in capital gains tax on debt funds and the longer period of holding to qualify for long-term capital gains would dampen the sentiment towards this instrument.
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rajiv8007

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Guj Amb Exports  

What I meant was - if you are buying back, repeating it again, if you are buying back your holding then you need to consider the amount of short term capital gains tax plus other taxes and brokerages and amount of hedging and see if it holds any meaning.

5.27 PM Jul 3rd

rajiv8007

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Guj Amb Exports  

Kool Kash bro, just keep in mind you would be paying the short term capital gain tax @15% and few other taxes on the total profit you made on FIFO (First In First Out of your demat account) basis. Supposingly you bought 1000 shares @40 a month back and sold @56 yesterday so you made 16000

8.13 PM Jul 2nd

rajiv8007

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Lloyd Electric  

It will actually go out of your demat and come back after t 2 so be ready for short term capital gain tax. You can sell now and buy after a week if you think you can get it at 90 or less. Best option.

10.20 AM Jun 30th

rajiv8007

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Lloyd Electric  

Dear Realtrust, As a trading play I added 2K @102.35 and squared off @108 by 3:29 PM. As you know they use FIFO (First In First Out) way of calculation of short term capital gain tax hence cannot allow the delivery to come to my account in any case. I already have a good chunk from 30 odd till 75

5.47 PM Jun 16th

stock-advic
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Other Market Topics  

STT should be increased and Short Term Capital Gain Tax should be removed.

5.30 PM Jun 14th

adwittiya

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Politics  

It is only Brokers who want STT & CTT to be abolished since they want every investor to become trader so that they can earn huge brokerage.Investors don`t want STT to be abolished since Long Term Capital Gains Tax has been abolished in lieu of STT and Short Term Capital Gains Tax has been lowered

3.20 PM Jun 13th

darsh2990

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Larsen  

if i sell it within a year then i have to pay short term capital gains tax abt 33%

8.55 PM Jun 4th

ypal

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NMDC  

Yeah, that is reasonable, make the original investment free. But here short term capital gains tax comes into effect because my inv is less than one year. I have to wait for 1.5 months. The tax comes to lakhs of rupees. This is a permanent loss isnt it? So might as well cross one year. Make

6.35 PM Jun 4th

subasu

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Tax Planning & Help  

will have to pay short term capital gains tax applicable in your case (not 15%).

11.23 AM May 28th

rukkyabegum

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Marksans Pharma  

Brother 100% dividend expected on the face value,that is INR 1 on each share held.From tomorrow if not UC than expect a 10% move at least.I have been holding 3 lakh shares since a long time @ 3.45 so this 3 lakhs dividend will be a added bonus for me,do we have to pay short term capital gain tax

7.13 PM May 19th

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