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Interest on margin trading

Direct Taxation

answered 12 hrs ago

Is interest on margin trading dedutable under capital gains as expenses..?

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Interest paid towards Margin trading can be claimed as an expense if you are reporting your share trading as business income. However, if you report profits from swing trading as capital gains and pay tax as short-term capital gains (STCG) or long-term capital gains (LTCG), then the interest cannot be claimed to reduce the profit.

Shru Kanda

Shru Kanda

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Slab rate

Direct Taxation

answered 12 hrs ago

Sir what is difference btw tax rate and slab rates?

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Tax rate is the % of tax that a person can pay on his income Slab rates are the ranges of income and the rate that is applicable.

Ajaykumar Parit

Ajaykumar Parit

CA Foundation

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PGBP

Direct Taxation

answered 1 day ago

In this sum why interest on captial is reduced from Net profit while computing book profit.. interest on capital maximum 12% p.a is disallowed right as per Sec 40(b) then we have to add only right ? Excess 12% is not added because it is not debited to profit and loss account..but y upto12% is reduced...? And in this question allowable working partner salary is Rs .384000..is that is disallowed that is added to net profit for computation of PGBP?

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If excess interest is debited to PL then excess is added back. However, if interest amount is not taken in PL at all then 12% shall be reduced. Kindly apply the logic. In case of salary to partners, whatever is debited to PL that will be added back. From book profit, if we reduce remuneration allowable to partner we will get the answer of taxable income under PGBP.

Lavi Lavanya

Lavi Lavanya

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Tcs

Direct Taxation

answered 1 day ago

Kishore & Sons is a dealer of coal. Its turnover for FY 2022-23 was ₹ 12 crores. The State Government of Hyderabad granted a lease of coal mine to Kishore & Sons on 1.5.2023 and charged ₹ 11 crores for the lease. Kishore & Sons sold coal of ₹ 95 lakhs to M/s BAC Co during PY 2023-24. Turnover of M/s BAC Co during the preceding financial year, ie PY 2022-23, was ₹ 11 crores. The above amounts were credited to Kishore & Sons account in the books of M/s BAC Co on the date of sale. M/s BAC Co furnishes a declaration to Kishore & Sons that coal is to be utilised for generation of power. Details of sale to and payments from M/s BAC Co by Kishore & Sons are as follows: S.No. Date Of Sale Date Of Receipt/Payment Amount (₹) 1 29.05.2023 10.05.2023 35,00,000 2 30.06.2023 10.07.2023 25,00,000 3 25.11.2023 25.10.2023 8,00,000 4 20.01.2024 22.01.2024 15,00,000 5 01.03.2024 15.02.2024 12,00,000 M/s XYZ Ltd purchased coal of ₹ 55 lakhs from Kishore & Sons for trading purpose in July 2023. Turnover of M/s XYZ Ltd during PY 2022-23 was ₹ 12 crores. PAN is duly furnished by the buyer and seller to each other with respect to all the transactions.

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Perfect answer.

Akash Soni

Akash Soni

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Pgbp

Direct Taxation

answered 1 day ago

Mrs. Bhawna, wife of Mr. Sonu, is a partner in a firm. Her capital contribution of ₹ 10 lakhs to the firm as on 31.3.2021 included ₹ 6 lakhs contributed out of gift received from Sonu. On 1.4.2021, she further invested ₹ 2 lakh out of gift received from Sonu. The firm paid interest on capital of ₹ 1,20,000 and share of profit of ₹ 1,00,000 during the F.Y.2021-22. The entire interest has been allowed as deduction in the hands of the firm. Which of the following statements is correct? (a) Share of profit is exempt but interest on capital is taxable in the hands of M₹ Bhawna (b) Share of profit is exempt but interest of ₹ 80,000 is includible in the income of Mr. Sonu and interest of ₹ 40,000 is includible in the income of M₹ Bhawna (c) Share of profit is exempt but interest of ₹ 72,000 is includible in the income of Mr. Sonu and interest of ₹ 48,000 is includible in the income of M₹ Bhawna (d) Share of profit to the extent of Rs 60,000 and interest on capital to the extent of ₹ 72,000 is includible in the hands of Mr. Sonu

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Right.

Shruthi Nachammai

Shruthi Nachammai

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Pgbp

Direct Taxation

answered 1 day ago

Mr. Shahid, a wholesale supplier of dyes, provides you with the details of the following cash payments he made throughout the year – - 12.06.2018: loan repayment of ₹ 27,000 taken for business purpose from his friend Kunal. The repayment also includes interest of ₹ 5,000. - 19.08.2018: Portable dye machinery purchased for ₹ 15,000. The payment was made in cash in three weekly instalments. - 26.01.2019: Payment of ₹ 10,000 made to electrician due to unforeseen electric circuit at shop - 28.02.2019: Purchases made from unregistered dealer for ₹ 13,500 What will be disallowance under 40A (3), if any, if Mr. Shahid opts to declare his income as per the provisions of section 44AD?

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Ok tnku sir

Shruthi Nachammai

Shruthi Nachammai

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27

Pgbp

Direct Taxation

answered 1 day ago

is a working partner in a firm on behalf of his HUF and the HUF has contributed ₹3,00,000 as its capital contribution. Apart from this, K has given a loan of ₹ 50,000 to the firm in his individual capacity. The firm pays interest as per market rate of 15% per annum on capital as well as loan. Compute the amount of interest that shall be allowed to the firm while calculating its business income assuming that the interest is authorized by the partnership deed.

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Limits will apply only for interest paid to partner and not when paid to other person.

Shruthi Nachammai

Shruthi Nachammai

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Salary

Direct Taxation

answered 1 day ago

Gift given by employer to employee in monetary form of Rs.3000 is taxable or not

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its ₹5000

Lavi Lavanya

Lavi Lavanya

CA Inter

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tax liability

Direct Taxation

answered on 15-Apr-24 14:43

Sir for salary person we should deduct standand deduction Rs.50000 ,why we not deducted in illustration 2

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It is already computed.

Alocius Rebiks

Alocius Rebiks

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how to calculate

Direct Taxation

answered on 15-Apr-24 14:44

K is a working partner in a firm on behalf of his HUF and the HUF has contributed ₹3,00,000 as its capital contribution. Apart from this, K has given a loan of ₹ 50,000 to the firm in his individual capacity. The firm pays interest as per market rate of 15% per annum on capital as well as loan. Compute the amount of interest that shall be allowed to the firm while calculating its business income assuming that the interest is authorized by the partnership deed. (a) ₹ 42,000 (b) ₹ 51,000 (c) ₹ 52,500 (d) ₹ 43,500

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For interest paid to K, limits will not apply since he is not the partner.

kick buttowski

kick buttowski

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