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poly ghosh   07 March 2020

capital gain

how can i determine the capital gain of an inherited property, when it is sold. please advise.

Regards,

poly ghosh


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Harendra Kumar (A Practicing Lawyer)     07 March 2020

In any case tax liablity has been generated against sold of forfather property. The calculation method is as under:

When the property is held for a period of more than 24 months from the date of acquisition, the gains from the property will be termed as long term capital gains. (LTCG). This capital gain is taxed at 20.8% (including cess) with indexation.

When the property is held for a period of less than 24 months from the date of acquisition, the gains from the property will be termed as short term capital gains. (STCG). This capital gain is taxed at the slab rate applicable to the assessee.

 

poly ghosh   09 March 2020

thank u sir

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