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How to determine Period of Holding

Income Tax - Capital Gains - 04 - Different Situations How to calculate the period of holding Right Shares From the date of allotment of right shares. Bonus Shares From the date of allotment of bonus shares. Shares held in a company-in-liquidation Th .....

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uired by gift, will succession, inheritance or the asset is acquired at the time of partition of family) The period for which the asset was held by the previous owner should be included. Units of a business trust (allotted pursuant to transfer of sha .....

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lding shall include the period for which the unit or units in the consolidating scheme if the mutual fund were held by the assessee. (applicable from AY 2016-17) Membership right held by a member of recognised stock exchange The period of holding sha .....

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8-2009) Shares in a company (acquired by non-resident assessee on redemption of Global Depository Receipts referred to in section 115AC(1)(b) held by such assessee) The period shall be reckoned from the date on which a request for such redemption was .....

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xchange )of shares and securities Date of broker s note provided such transaction are followed up by delivery of shares and also the transfer deeds. Date of purchase /transfer of shares /securities (transfer taken place directly between parities and .....

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time but delivery taken of in one lot and subsequent sold in parts The first -in-first -out (FIFO) method shall be adopted to reckon the period of the holding of the security,in cases where the dates of purchase and sale cannot be correlated through .....

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