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Capital Gain Tax Calculator

Updated on November 26, 2020 , 18011 views

Long/Short Capital Gains Calculator

(Sold any Equity Share (STT Paid) or Equity Oriented mutual Fund In recognised stock exchange)
When did you sell the Equity Shares or Units:
Holding Period (No of Years Between date of Purchase and sale):
Sale Value:
Purchase Value

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Types of Capital Gain Taxes in India

LTCG (Long Term Capital Gain)

LTCG means Long Term Capital Gain on different Asset classes like Debt, Equity, Real Estate, Gold etc.

Ever since it was abolished in 2005, long-term capital gains (LTCG) tax on equities hits the headlines before every Budget. There is always the speculation that it is making a comeback. Since LTCG tax can bring equity markets down, it triggers widespread fears

STCG (Short Term Capital Gain)

STCG means Short Term Capital Gain on different Asset classes like Debt, Equity, Real Estate, Gold etc. generally applicable for smaller holding duration (Lesser than year). In case of equities its @ flat 15% on gains for holdings period of less than a year.

How To Use Capital Gain Tax Calculator

  • Select appropriate option for When did you sell the Equity Shares or Units
  • Select Holding Period
  • Input Gross Sale Value
  • Input Gross Purchase Value

On right you will be able to see capital gains application as per Income Tax laws in India.

The LTCG tax liability is calculated assuming:

You have entered all long term capital gains / loss transactions which are subject to the proposed 10% LTCG tax plus 4% cess for FY 2018-2019. This assumption is necessary as the Rs 1 lakh exemption of LTCG is proposed to be given from the aggregate of all LTCG subject to this tax during one financial year.

That there are no brought forward losses or other losses to be set off against the LTCG for FY18-19 other than any calculated above.

That budget 2018's tax proposals relating to long term capital gains tax on equity and equity oriented Mutual Fund schemes are enacted and become law as presented on Feb 1, 2018.

Disclaimer:
All efforts have been made to ensure the information provided here is accurate. However, no guarantees are made regarding correctness of data. Please verify with scheme information document before making any investment.
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