Answers On Topic: capital gain
  Exemption of capital gain u/s.54F
An assessee is owning old residential house and also plot of land.  Both the assets are long term capital assets.  Assesseee wants to sell plot of land and from the sale proceeds, assessee will demolish old residential house and wants to construct  new house.  Can assessee claim Long term capital gains exemption u/s. 54F  arisen from sale of plot against the construction of new house in place of old demolished house . Also As the construction of new house will require handsome amount, Assessee's Daughter in law which she is also having Plot of land will sell said plot and…


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  capital gain
Is it possible to defer tax on capital gain by making a clause in agreement that transfer is piecemeal on payment only ? Is it possible to adopt cash basis of accounting for capital gain ?


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  JUDGEMENT ON TDS ON NET CAPITAL GAIN ON SALE OF PROPERTY BY NRI
Respected Sir, Can you share the judgement, wherein it has been held that - if the seller of immovable property is NRI, the buyer can deduct tax (TDS) on NET CAPITAL GAIN if the seller furnishes CA CERTIFICATE WITH CAPITAL GAIN WORKING.


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  capital gain
reply by mr. Bekal is ambiguous. the question is " so dissolved firm due to death of one of two partners payment of 50 lakhs by remaining partner who will continue the business as proprietor or take some other as partner whether firm should pay tax on goodwill or otherwise one view in bcaj  says that payment to legal heir is not taxable issue being common views of many persons needed my view is it is not taxable as legal heir is not partner


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  Capital Gain Exemption 54F
In calculation of deduction under section 54F whether actual sale consideration will be considered for net sale consideration or 50 C will you will be considered


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