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Latest Articles in capital gains tax

Budget 2017 | Affordable Housing — Actualizing Housing For All By 2022

The Budget rightly focuses on providing affordable bank credit and cheaper funding for the real estate sector, especially affordable housing projects

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Top 10 Expectations Of Real Estate Sector From Union Budget 2017-18

Transactions of land or development rights therein should be excluded from the gamut of GST

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Looking At Conventional Tax Slabs In Budget

'Increase in the tax slabs will be very counterproductive to what the government wants. But increasing long term gains tax for equity as an asset class from 1 year to 3 years, will only help the investors family'

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India To Start Taxing Capital Gains To Singapore Investors From April

With the treaty amendments, investors based in Singapore will no longer benefit from tax exemptions on capital gains taxes

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Shares Fall To 7-Month Low On Worries Over Capital Gains Tax

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley clarified on Sunday that the government did not plan to impose long-term capital gains tax, though that was not enough to prevent selling on Monday

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No Intention Of Govt To Impose Long-term Capital Gains Tax, Says FM Arun Jaitley

To assuage market fears, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said there is no move to impose long-term capital gains tax on share transactions, an issue investors are hugely touchy about

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Cyprus Treaty: India Gets Rights To Levy Tax On Capital Gains

India and Cyprus have agreed to revise their tax treaty under which capital gains tax will be levied on sale of shares on investments made after April 1, 2017, thus bringing the island nation at par with Mauritius in terms of tax treatment on investments

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Startups May Get Tax Incentives

Startups are the buzzword in the Indian economy and are the epicentre of economic activity. However, India is not a tax-friendly haven for startup investments and there are over 100 startups that have registered abroad. Most of the Indian startups register themselves in Singapore, the US or Hong Kong to raise capital.

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