Capital Gain Valuation
Capital gain means the profit or gain earned by an individual after selling of capital asset. When the selling price of an asset is more than the purchasing price, capital gain is realized.
There are two types of gains i.e. short term capital gains & long term capital gains and they are differentiated on the basis of the holding period of the asset.
To make the fair computation of capital gain, indexation procedure is done to incorporate the time value of money at the time of calculating gains. It is only applicable in the case of long term capital gains. Capital gain is calculated on the basis of nature & number of transactions undertaken by an individual in a financial year.
Our chartered accountants are specialized in valuation of capital gains and provide up to date valuation of your capital assets. We not only help you in identifying the capital increase or decrease in your property assets but also provide you details of each and every transaction related to sale of an asset carried out by you in a financial year.
After valuation of capital gain, we review the calculated value and then a certificate of capital gain valuation is issued to the client. We are having clients from various sectors like government, non-government, corporates etc. We not only involved in Capital gain valuation but also dealing in property valuation, Income tax valuation and Jewellery valuation.
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Capital Gain Valuation FAQ’s
The transactions takes place under “Transfer” as per income tax law are as follows -
- Sales, exchange or surrender of the asset.
- Mandatory acquisition of an asset
- Maturity or redemption of a zero coupon bond
- Conversion of capital asset into stock-in-trade
- Any transaction having an effect of transferring of an immovable asset
- Disposing of or parting with an asset
- Elimination of any rights in relation to a capital asset