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Sale of ancestral property on j.v get one flat and cash


edwardraj (ACCOUNTS MANAGER)     27 May 2017

edwardraj
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HI,

Please clarify , that  my friend' s mother aged 52 had JV with builder and  agree to sell ancesster land of 2400 sqft and  builder agrees to hand over one flat  out of 4 flat he builts on the land  and  cash of Rs 80,00,000/- for the transaction  . and How much the  mother  have to pay income tax for cash Rs 80,00,000/- and  flat she receive.  and how she can save tax . and can she gift her daughter[gold jewellery or FD ] out of cash 80 lakhs she received TO SAVE income on ancester property. please    .

 

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CA Rashmi Gandhi (banswara)     27 May 2017

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Sale of land is taxable under head Capital Gain using sales consideration as Rs.8000000/- plus value of flat received.

Calc

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CA Rashmi Gandhi (banswara)     27 May 2017

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If u r planning for tax saving then Invest sales consideration under Bonda of National Highway Authority & Rural Electrification Board of India for 3 years.

Things to be remembered

1. Max exemption claimed is Rs.5000000.
2. Purchase such bonds within 6 months from date of t

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CA Rashmi Gandhi (banswara)     27 May 2017

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3. Not to sell such Bonds i

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CA Rashmi Gandhi (banswara)     27 May 2017

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To decide about the capital gains you should refer to the agreement.

The sale consideration will be the flat as well the extra amount.(the flat part can be assumed to be invested u/s 54F)

Sale of immovable property by way of cash will attract heavy penalties u/s 271D, which is a sum equal to 100 per cent of the amount received towards consideration. This rule applies with effect from June 1, 2015. I suggest you ask the builder to pay the consideration by cheque only. You can then invest in REC bondsupto Rs 50,00,000/-

 


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