Answers On Topic: Capital Gains
  Receipt of unit on re-development and capital gain
Assessee is a doctor. He has purchased four residential flats having area of 800 sq. ft each in the year 1986. He started his medical profession in these flats by combining the all 4 flats, with the permission from the local authority for using the same for commercial purpose and paid the municipal taxes as applicable to commercial units from 1992. He has not claimed any depreciation on the same. The housing society in which these flats are situated is under re-development scheme and the developer offered the assessee 4 commercial units having area of 1000 sq ft each in…


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  Maharashtra Project Affected Persons Rehabilitation Act, 1999
Is Maharashtra Project Affected Persons liable to capital gains on alternative flat allotted free?


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  54/54F
After amendment to the above sections, is it still permissible to buy 2 adjoining flats with a common entrance/kitchen etc because each flat is too small for a person ? any case law after amendment ?


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  157A upza and lr act
उत्तर प्रदेश में निवास करने वाला अनुसुचित जाति का व्यक्ति अपनी भूमिधरी भूमि बिना अनुमति के विद्यालय को विक्रय करता है तो उस विक्रय विलेख पर धारा 157A UP ZA and LR act के प्रावधान लागू होंगे ? भूमि का क्रय जरिये उप प्रबंधक हुआ है जो कि अनुसूचित जाति का है| भूमि का क्रय दस वर्ष पूर्व हुआ है|विक्रय विलेख के संपादन के उपरान्त उपरोक्त भूमि को धारा 143 UP ZA and LR act के अन्तर्गत न्यालाय द्वारा अकृषक घोषित किया गया है| यदि उक्त विक्रय विलेख पर उपरोक्त कानून के प्राविधान लागू होते है तो उसका बचाव क्या…


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  Capital gains from sale of residential property
Joint property bet. me and wife bought @32 lacs on December 2008. For Improvement spend about 8-10 lacs but no supporting bills as was done during 2009 over a period of one year. Now sold property @120 lacs on August 2022 and 10 lacs received separately by cheque towards fixtures and fillings. What will be the  capital gains?? (more…)


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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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  Tax Liability on Long Term Tax
Dear Sir/Mam, I sold a flat in Mar2019, and deposited Capital Gain in SBI capital gain account in Aug 2019, I am told that my LTCG Account A would expire on 31st Aug 2022,  since I have not utilized the money and hence I need to pay 20% tax on unused money from this capital gain account. Need your guidance on how to pay Tax and on which segment of ITR I should file in returns. Also, I am unhappy that inspite of COVID no relaxation given by government to extend LTCG period for reinvestment, Pls guide if I missed…


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  Sec. 45(5A)
As section 45(5A) talks of deferment of capital gains to the year in which Completion Certificate is issued, whether the analogy laid down by the hon'ble Bombay High Court in CIT v. Manjula J. Shah's case (2016) 355 ITR 474 (Bom) should be  applicable . In case of section 45(5A), though the provision calls for deferment of tax from the date of actual transfer, still no such specific provision is provided to clarify how the period of holding is to be computed. In the scenario, Whether indexation is only up to the date of transfer or up to the date…


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  capital gains tax
will capital gains tax be levied on redeveloped flat if construction is delayed to 5 years by developer from date of surrender of tenancy rights for no fault of the assessee.? if so, how to avoid it? does the additional carpet area given by the developer free of cost in the redeveloped flat incur any kind of tax or stamp duty ?


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  Sec. 45(4)
Assessee is LLP engaged in the business of jewellery. The assessee has kept the non-moving items or the items which are displayed separately and the said stock is valued at cost in the year in which those were purchased. Out of the 5 partners, 3 partners have expressed their desire to retire from the LLP and continuing partners decided to admit 3 new partners in the LLP. The retiring partner will be paid an amount standing to their capital account as on the date of retirement i.e 30.09.2021. While working out the financials at the time of retirement, the non-…


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