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Gift deed taxable or not

Poonam ghadi (27 Points)

18 October 2021  
if immovable property transfer through gift to person other than relative then any pax liability arises for donor ?

 11 Replies

Venkat (NA) (76 Points)
Replied 18 October 2021

If gifts of value more than ₹ 50,000 are received in a financial year without any consideration then it is fully taxable. Any Immovable property such as land, building received for amounts higher than ₹ 50,000 without consideration in a financial year is also taxable as per the stamp duty value of the property.

Poonam ghadi (27 Points)
Replied 18 October 2021

In case of donor, is there any tax liability?

Venkat (NA) (76 Points)
Replied 18 October 2021

No ! It's taxable in the hands of donee .

Stamp duty value of the gifted property less  Rs.50000/- is taxable in the hands of donee not donor.

Venkat (NA) (76 Points)
Replied 18 October 2021

No ! It's taxable in the hands of donee .

Stamp duty value of the gifted property less  Rs.50000/- is taxable in the hands of donee not donor.

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Poonam ghadi (27 Points)
Replied 18 October 2021

Thank u...

Venkat (NA) (76 Points)
Replied 18 October 2021

Hi !

Please read as below , slight correction !

If the Stamp duty value of the gifted property,   exceeds  Rs.50000/- then the stamp duty value is taxable  in the hands of donee not donor.

 

 

Poonam ghadi (27 Points)
Replied 18 October 2021

Actually stamp duty value of rs 32100 and registration fees rs 5350, both are paid by donee. Nothing any expenses paid by donor then is it taxable in case of donee?

Venkat (NA) (76 Points)
Replied 18 October 2021

No ! Bz Stamp duty value as stated by you is not exceeding ₹ 50,000/- threshold.

Poonam ghadi (27 Points)
Replied 18 October 2021

Ok..thank u

Venkat (NA) (76 Points)
Replied 18 October 2021

 

Hi ,

Donee can claim this amount as deduction u/s 80-C as he has paid it. But in ITR for the FY in which this expense is incurred. e g if in FY 2021-22 then while filing ITR for FY 2021-22.

jagdish chhugani (engineer) (125 Points)
Replied 19 October 2021

https://incometaxindia.gov.in/Tutorials/18.%20Tax%20treatment%20of%20gifts.pdf


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