Income Tax

Long-Term Capital Gains After October 1

The Finance Bill, 2007, says that by opting right time to make long-term capital gains, it is possible to make differences in terms of taxation under the Income-tax Act, 1961. Investors having long-term capital gains can receive gains after October 1 in a financial year.
Suppose, you sell a your residential house for Rs 2 crore and the indexation cost is Rs 40 lakh, say, so you can make a long-term capital gain of Rs 1.60 crore. Now, if you do not want to buy another residential house and want to save income tax as well, then you have the option to invest your capital gain in the capital gains bonds for a minimum period of three years as provided for in section 54EC of the Act.




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