Capital gains taxation and taxpayers: 3 steps to stop taxes from gaining on your capital

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Most of us invest monetary surplus in assets such as shares, bonds, property, precious metals, etc. (Thinkstock) Most of us invest monetary surplus in assets such as shares, bonds, property, precious metals, etc. (Thinkstock)
SummaryMost of us invest monetary surplus in assets such as shares, bonds, property, precious metals, etc.

property, capital gains tax-saving bonds and specified assets and securities. The eligibility and quantum of exemption in such cases need to be checked in each individual case. Further, if the assessee is unable to invest in such schemes before the due date of filing return or actual tax filing, whichever comes earlier, the surplus money should be deposited in a special bank account under the Capital Gains Account Scheme to make payment towards the purchase of the new property in future. It is important, therefore, to carefully evaluate the tax consequences on such transactions and enjoy advantages of careful tax planning on your hard-earned money.

* The writer is managing partner at Nangia & Co. Inputs from Nikhil Goenka

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