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NRI Mutual Fund Taxation In India 2020 – How it’s Different

As an NRI, you can invest in mutual fund schemes in India but you have to pay tax.

You have to pay taxes on mutual funds based on certain criteria, Keep in mind that tax implications are different for NRIs as compared to Resident Indians.

In this post we are talking about the tax on mutual funds that you have to pay in India – you should remember that you may also have to pay tax in the country where you are staying right now.

NRI Mutual Fund Taxation India

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NRI Mutual Fund Taxation in India

You Can Check in this post

  • NRI Equity Mutual Fund Taxation
  • NRI Debt Mutual Fund Taxation
  • TDS for NRIs on Mutual Funds in India
  • Provisions of Set Off for NRIs
  • Few more important points for NRIs

Let us look at the different types of MF schemes and the tax liability of NRI investors on those –

NRI Equity Mutual Fund Taxation in India

These are funds that have at least 65% invested in equity assets. You can make either short-term gains or long-term gains.  If the holding period is more than one year, then the gains you make are long-term gains. If the holding period is less than one year, then gains are considered as short-term gains.

Tax on Short-Term Gains15% of the gains is payable.
Tax on Long-Term GainsGains up to Rs. 1,00,000 per year are exempt from tax. Gains over and above that are subject to 10% tax. (without Indexation)

NRI Debt Mutual Fund Taxation in India

Non-Equity Funds (Debt Funds, Gold Funds, International Funds (including equity), Fund of Funds)

Majority of the portfolio of non-equity funds are invested in assets other than equity – like Government Bonds, deposits, gold etc.  If the holding period is more than three years, then the gains you make are long-term gains. If the holding period is less than three years, then gains are considered as short-term gains.

Tax on Short-Term GainsBased on your tax slab (TDS 30%)
Tax on Long-Term GainsListed Mutual Funds – 20% applicable (with indexation)

Unlisted Mutual Funds – 10% applicable (without indexation)

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NRI – Taxation on Fixed Maturity Plans (FMPs)

FMPs are closed-end debt funds & they are listed on stock exchange. They have a fixed maturity period – if you want to exit before maturity you have to sell on the stock exchange. They are not available for subscription on a continuous basis.

FMPs typically invest in debt instruments like Corporate Bonds, Certificate of deposits (CDs), money market instruments and other commercial paper.

The fund manager allocates money in instruments that typically match the duration of the scheme.

Tax on Short-Term GainsIf the FMP matures in less than 3 years, tax is applicable as per income tax slab of the individual.
Tax on Long-Term Gains20% with indexation

Indexation – The purchase cost is adjusted for inflation and then deducted from the sale price to arrive at the gains. The tax will, therefore, be less.

Other Charges Applicable

Health and Education Cess @ 4% will be applicable on the aggregate of tax.

Securities Transaction Tax of 0.001% is applicable to purchasers and sellers of Equity Mutual Funds.

TDS for NRI in Mutual Fund

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TDS for NRI in Mutual Fund

TDS is applicable for NRIs on Mutual Fund Redemption. The rate depends on the type of scheme and the holding period.

TDS On Short-Term GainsEquity MFs – 15%

Non-Equity MFs – 30%

TDS On Long-Term GainsEquity MFs – 10%

Non-Equity MFs (Listed)  – 20% with Indexation

Non-Equity MFs (Unlisted)  – 10% without Indexation

The TDS is charged at the highest applicable rate. If the NRI falls in a lower tax slab, he is eligible for a refund when he files his returns.

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NRI Capital Gains Tax On Mutual Funds – Example

Let us look at some examples to understand the taxation structure better –

Transaction DetailsPurchase PriceSale Price Type of Gain Capital GainsTax Payable
Equity Fund purchased in January 2018 and sold in August 2018Rs. 2,00,000Rs. 2,07,000Short Term


Rs. 7,00015.6% of Rs. 7,000 = Rs. 1,092
Equity Fund purchased in January 2015 and sold in August 2018Rs. 2,00,000Rs. 2,35,000Long TermRs. 35,00010.4% of Rs. 35,000 = Rs. 3,640
Debt Fund purchased in January 2018 and sold in August 2018Rs. 2,00,000Rs. 2,05,000Short TermRs. 5,00030% of Rs. 5,000 = Rs. 1500

(assuming investor is in the highest tax bracket)

Debt Fund purchased in January 2015 and sold in August 2018Rs. 2,00,000Rs. 2,20,000Long TermRs. 20,00020% of Rs. 20,000 = Rs. 4000

(assuming investor is in the highest tax bracket)

FMP subscribed to in January 2015 and maturity  is in July 2018

(CII of 2015-16 =  254

(CII of 2018-19 = 280

Rs. 2,00,000Rs. 2,25,000Long TermRs. 25,000


Indexed Gains = 4530 (Rs. 225,000-Rs. 2,20,470)

20% of Rs. 4530 = Rs. 906


(Savings of Rs. 4094 (5000-906))


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Provisions of Set Off for NRIs

  • Short-term capital losses can be set off against short-term loss or against long-term loss
  • Long-term losses against only long-term gains to reduce tax liability.
  • NRIs can carry forward losses for 8 years but for this, they have to file the tax return.
  • Set off of Mutual Fund capital gain against basic tax exemption limit of Rs 2.5 Lakh
    • Equity Mutual Funds
      • Short-Term – Not Available to NRIs
      • Long Term – Only 1 Lakh exemption limit is Available
    • Debt Mutual Funds
      • Short-Term – PERMITTED to NRIs
      • Long-Term – Not Available to NRIs
  • Sec 80 C Deduction – Only in the case of Short-term Gains in debt mutual funds – you can also reduce your tax liability by investing in PPF, ELSS etc.

NRIs income tax liability may not be over by paying tax in India. You may have to pay the additional tax in your country of residence. You may get credit for taxes paid in India based on DTAA.


Read – Tax Rates for NRIs on Indian Income

Important Points to Note for NRIs

  • You can get the capital Gains statement from the Mutual Fund or from either Registrar and Transfer (R&T) agents – Karvy or Computer Age Management Services.
  • You have to show the short term and long term gains in Schedule Capital Gain in the Income Tax Return.
  • The units that are purchased first are assumed to be sold first. (FIFO)

Do not be under the impression that you do not have to file returns if you are an NRI. You will be liable for the penalty. File your returns considering your capital gains. Ensure that you get your refund in case you have paid more than required.

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Note – Please talk to your CA or Financial Planner before taking any action based on this post. The individual circumstance of NRI can play a big role in the actual tax that he needs to pay.

If you have any questions on Mutual Fund Taxations for NRIs in India or if you would like to share your experience - feel free to add in the comment section.

NRI Mutual Fund Taxation India

About the Author

Hemant Beniwal is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER and his Company Ark Primary Advisors Pvt Ltd is registered as an Investment Adviser with SEBI. Hemant is also a member of the Financial Planning Association, U.S.A and registered as a life planner with Kinder Institute of Life Planning, U.S.A. He started his Financial Planning Practice in 2009 & is among the first generation of financial planners in India. He also authored Bestseller book "Financial Life Planning".

  • Shyam says:

    Dear Hemant Ji,

    I was told that Set off of Mutual Fund capital gain against basic tax exemption limit is also available on short term equity gains & long term debt gains.Please guide?

  • Suresh says:

    Dear Hemantji

    So far as I know NRI need not file IT return if his income consists of only investment income and TDS is deducted by payee of such investment income

    Please see the section 115G reproduced below from Income tax site
    Return of income not to be filed in certain cases.

    115G. It shall not be necessary for a non-resident Indian to furnish under sub-section (1) of section 139 a return of his income if—

    (a) his total income in respect of which he is assessable under this Act during the previous year consisted only of investment income or income by way of long-term capital gains or both; and

    (b) the tax deductible at source under the provisions of Chapter XVII-B has been deducted from such income.
    Please comment


    • aman says:

      Yes, you are partially right at your point, But TDS deducted more than your slab rate can only be refunded if you file IT return.

  • Suresh says:

    Dear Hemantji

    Apperantly there is a mistake below

    Majority of the portfolio of non-equity funds are invested in assets other than equity – like Government Bonds, deposits, gold etc. If the holding period is more than three years, then the gains you make are long-term gains. If the holding period is less than three years, then gains are considered as short-term gains.

    Tax on Short-Term Gains 30% of the gains is payable.

    Fact is

    For debt funds sold within 3 years the gain shall be added to other income (if any ) and short term tax is charged at rate etc applicable to such income and not at flat 30% to all NRI

    Please comment


    • Dear Suresh Ji,
      Thanks for bringing that to my notice – that was a typo, I have corrected that.
      TDS is 30% but tax is based on the tax slab – which I mentioned in the set-off part in the article.

  • Ankit says:

    Thanks for great article. I born in India, thus citizen by birth. Currently living on h1b visa for 4 years in USA.I feel investing in MF on my name needs lot of paperwork and less options.
    Question is, is it legal (tax free) to transfer USD to my NRE ac and then give that to Mother and invest on her name?

  • Bij says:

    If i invest 20 lakhs in mutual fund from my nri account, shall i pay tax on my invested value or only on the gains?

  • Sanju says:

    I am sailor.and not competed my nre neither filed for itr..and i want to invest in mutual it possible for me to invest in mf

  • Ankit says:

    should i file itr if i hv purchased mutual fund this year?

    • Raghav says:

      Hi. Ankit,

      There is no need to file ITR while investing in MF.
      But you have to file ITR when you are selling those MF units because that attracts Capital gains taxes so you get the refund of TDS according to your Income in India.

  • PD says:

    I sold my mutual funds in Dec 2018 purchased in July 2018. There is ling term capital cost of Rs.1,40,000. More over I have income of Rs.2,60,000 of interest and Dividend. Is M F CApital Gain on MF is tax free for NRI? If not how to calculate the tax or how much I can deduct from LTCG

    • Anuj says:

      Hi PD,

      As specified above in the article, TDS is appicable to NRIs at the time of Redemption and it is deducted with the highest rate and if you fall in lower tax bracket, you can claim it by filing return
      Your interest income is taxable and Dividend income from MF is tax free in your hands as DDT is applicable
      For proper tax calculation, its better you should hire a good CA

  • Piyush says:

    If SecurityTransition Tax is deducted, how will it help in taxation?

    • Anuj says:

      Hi Piyush

      In tax,there is concessional taxation on capital gain arising from STT paid transaction like 15% on STCG and 10% on LTCG on above 100000limit

      In case of persons showing trading income as business income,
      STT paid is allowed as deduction as business expense

  • Pankaj K says:

    Hello Mr. Beniwal,

    Really appreciate enlightening the NRIs.
    While most things are clear, I still have following questions.
    1. I am Tax Resident of Singapore and thus DTAA is applicable. I hear that if I update my Tax Residency in Mutual funds as Singapore Tax Resident using the TRC, then no Tax will be applicable and thus no TDS will be deducted on redemptions. Is this accurate understanding?

    2.If I earn some income on my investments e.g. NRO Savings Account Interest, can I choose not to pay Income Tax in India but pay instead in Singapore as per DTAA? Now as Singapore doesn’t tax people on global income so that Indian Account Interest will save tax here too ( Zero Tax). Hence, is it correct to assume that I will not have to pay tax at all on such income?

    Request you kind opinion on these queries.


    • Dear Pankaj,
      I have taken help from an expert to answer your questions.

      Reply to specific query raised:
      I am a tax resident of Singapore and thus DTAA is applicable. I hear that if I update my Tax Residency in Mutual Funds as Singapore Tax Resident using the TRC, then no tax will be applicable and thus no TDS will be deducted on redemptions. Is this accurate understanding?
      There are different tax treatments on sale / redemptions of equity oriented mutual funds and debt mutual funds under the Indian Income tax Act. As per Article 13 of the India-Singapore DTAA, any gains from alienation of any property, other than immovable property, business property, ships or aircraft or shares in company, will be taxed only in the country in which the person is a resident (i.e. Singapore in your case) and not in the country where the capital asset is situated (i.e. India, in your case).
      Initially, this treaty benefit was available in case of alienation of shares in a company also. However, the India Singapore Treaty has undergone a major amendments where by such benefit is now no more available to shares acquired on or after 1st April, 2017. Further, these amendments are in case of ‘shares’ in a company. Hence, it will be a good case to argue that units of an equity oriented mutual funds are not covered within the term ‘shares’ and thus will be taxed in the country where the person is a resident.
      Under the Indian Income tax Act, a person can claim benefit of DTAA if he can obtain Tax Residency Certificate from the country of his residence. Hence, as correctly pointed out by you, there should be no withholding tax implications in India on redemptions of mutual fund unit.
      It is advisable to check with your mutual fund house as to how practically they intend to deal with it.
      If I earn some income on my investments e.g. NRO Savings Account , can I choose not to pay income tax in India but pay instead in Singapore as per DTAA? Now as Singapore doesn’t tax people on global income so that Indian Account Interest will save tax here too (zero tax). Hence, is it correct to assume that I will not have to pay tax at all on such income?
      As per Article 11 of the India-Singapore treaty, interest will be taxed in the country where it arises (i.e. India in this case). Hence, interest on your NRO savings account will be taxed in India. Later while filing your Singapore tax return, you can claim credit of the tax paid in India subject, ofcourse to the provisions of the laws of Singapore regarding the allowance as a credit.
      A taxpayer cannot as such ‘choose’ to be taxed in one country and not to be taxed in other country.

  • kanishk says:

    my question is that when i uae i invest in india in mutual fund or share but i us short teram capital again it is taxble i know tax that time dissaided when tds cut but tds not cut how to i know it is tx=axble or not it;;s confiused m
    can you tall me when uae invesat in india in mutual funds or share when he us short tearm capital again police it is chargeble

    • Abhay says:

      Hi Kaniksh
      I think you probably asking for tds deduction for short term capital gain, it would be 30% in debt and 15% in equity

  • RICHI says:

    Tax on Mutual fund redemption for NRI

  • valerie says:

    Dear Mr. Beniwal,
    Thank you for your post!
    I understand that tax on LTCG on an Equity mutual fund, for a NRI is exempt for the 1st one lakh Rupees. However, I used the online ITR2 Excel Tax preparation utility provided by the Income Tax department and under section 7d of the Schedule CG, “LTCG after threshold limit as per section 112A (7c – Rs 1 lakh)” has been greyed out for me. So, my LTCG of <Rs.3000 is now chargeable income under the head Capital Gains. No benefit of the Rs 1lakh exemption has been allowed. Do you think this is possibly an error from the IT business analyst? Would welcome your response.
    Many thanks,

    • Hi Valerie,
      One of my friends talked to income tax help desk. They said, lot of assessees are facing this issue. It may not show deduction of 100,000 in CG schedule, but at the end in schedule of computation of tax, it will consider this exemption of 100,000.
      He asked to first validate the entire return and then check the tax effect.
      Please try & also update us.

  • Rajeswari says:

    I would like to know about DTAA as I want to claim refund for mutual fund capital gains

  • Asok says:

    I am an Indian Resident and receive regular dividend income from Equity Mutual Funds, which is tax free in my hands. I plan to move to the USA. Will this income remain tax free, or will it be taxed in the USA once I become a USA Tax Resident.

  • amit says:

    Are gains from all type mutual funds tax-free for NRIs?

  • sunil says:

    I am filing ITR-2 as NRI, woild like to know if indexation benefits applicable for NRI on LTCG

  • hari says:

    Does an NRI have to pay any taxes in India on mutual funds until they are cashed ?

  • Varun says:

    Will the MF investments I made as a resident Indian be taxed differently than the MF investments that I make as an NRI?

  • Amit says:

    Are gains from all type sbi mutual funds & sbi life tax-free for NRI ??

  • Harsha says:

    I am an NRI investing regularly through SIP. Some of them were started when I was a resident. How can I change it to NRI status in the MF records?

    • Anuj says:

      Hi. Harsha

      First of all, you have to change the status in KYC and then in every folio by submitting required froms and documents to the respective AMCs.

  • Harish says:

    I’m an NRI, currently in UAE. I’m planning to invest in Mutual funds. My question is that do I have to pay T.D.S in india?

  • Alagappan says:

    I am an NRI.. I invested in ultra short debt fund.What is the taxation.. Will the indexation applicable for me

  • Ankit Mehrotra says:

    Hello, I am an NRI and have an existing ELSS mutual fund SIP from my NRO account. Will the gains from SIP will be taxable under same rule mentioned in your chart? Also, do we have any benefit if we open the new ELSS from NRE account or shift the existing the NRO linked ELSS to NRE account ELSS? Does NRE account linked ELSS follows the same rules of taxation mentioned in your chart?

  • RANJITH says:

    if i do sip form my nri account and when i redeem my mutual fund ….on the maturety amount there is any tax deduction on that amount

  • suresh says:

    If NRI invest in mutual funds in India and he has capital gains, is he liable to pay tax in India?

    • Hi Suresh,
      Yes, they have to pay the tax – TDS will be deducted.

      • Sanjay says:

        TDS on Mutual Funds: I-T Dept clarifies 10% tax at source only on dividends, not on capital gains (Feb. 2020)

        “It is hereby clarified that under the proposed section, a mutual fund shall be required to deduct TDS at 10 per cent only on dividend payment and no tax shall be required to be deducted by the mutual fund on income which is in the nature of capital gains,” it said.

  • Meenakshi says:

    Considering Taxes, does it mean that investing in Debt Fund is not a good option, In case I want to park my excess money.

    • Hi Meenakshi,
      Yes NRE FD is a comparatively better option if funds are not able to generate returns more than that. But debt funds can be used for asset allocation & rebalancing – if you don’t have any taxable income in India, you can also claim a tax refund on Short Term gains. So there can’t be a generalized answer – actually it will depend on your situation.

  • Meenakshi says:


  • Gaurav says:

    My query is regarding reducing tax liability from STCG of debt funds. Which of the below is available to me as an NRI?
    1. If STCG TDS is deducted at 30%, can I claim refund for the full TDS amount since my tax slab is at 0%, i.e. I dont have any other income in India, so I am below the 2.5 lacs slab.
    2. If STCG is deducted at 30%, can I claim exemption under Sec 80C deduction by investing the same amount in ELSS funds?

  • Bijan malladeb says:

    If an equity mutual fund was purchased in Jan 2015 and sold in Aug 2018, it is required to check grandfathering value as on 31 Jan 2018.
    And most of the equity funds have higher NAV than in Jan 2015. Thus capital gain will be much less , possibly it will be capital loss.

  • Chirag Parrikh says:

    If you have an NRE repatriable account as KYC. Lets say you invest in liquid funds in a lumpsum. As a NRE Savings account,currently its tax free.. But is the liquid fund investment earnings-tax free? Or is it treated as a ST debt?

    • Hi Chirag,
      Liquid fund earnings will be considered short term capital gain (there will TDS at the time of redemption) but if you don’t have any income in India or less than taxable slabs – you can ask for tax refunds.

  • ABHISHEK says:

    I was a US-based NRI about one year back I invested 4000000 in debt mutual fund, about 2 months back I got back to India, and withdraw 1000000 but my TDS 22000 deducted, can I file for TDS return?

    • Samrat says:

      Yes Abhishek, you can file your IT return for TDS return.

    • Sanjay says:

      This 22000 TDS was deducted from your capital gains? in Jan?

      There are No TDS on redemption or capital gains since Feb. 2020.

      “It is hereby clarified that under the proposed section, a mutual fund shall be required to deduct TDS at 10 per cent only on dividend payment and no tax shall be required to be deducted by the mutual fund on income which is in the nature of capital gains,” it said.

  • Kirti says:

    if NRI from USA (Houston) invests in India in Direct Equity/ Mutual funds / FDR or Corporate Bonds. Is he liable to declare & pay tax in the USA? And at what rate?

  • Nishikant says:

    my daughter is in the US she wants to invest in Axis MF when she will be here on vacation what is the procedure?

    • Akki says:

      Hi Nishikant

      The procedure is simple, she can approach any nearby AXIS MF office with her documents such as address proof and pan card, they will guide her about the fund in which she wishes to invest or she can go with any financial advisor for guide and investment.

  • rajeshwar says:

    if I invest in mutual funds through NRO account then how much tax needs to be pay I am in UAE.

    • Rishi says:

      Tax arise from the mutual funds are depend upon the scheme you hold and the time duration you are holding your investment.
      Kindly consult your Tax consultant as he can guide you better.

  • ankur says:

    how to register KYC online from the NRE account?

  • Anuj says:

    Hello Hemant ji,
    i am a NRI and doing investment in Equity market and STCG is being deducted on profit. my India income is less than Rs. 2.5 lakh and i do file tax return. can i file this STCG for refund? will STCG be treated same as TDS?

  • suria says:

    hi, i am an NRI from Bahrain. I want to invest in mutual fund. I have NRE account and my wife has resident account in India. Which account is better for mutual funds in terms of taxation for long term investment?. please advise.

    • Hi Suria,
      You should consider NRE account so you don’t have any repatriation issues. If your wise is NRI she should not have a resident account. Even if she is Resident Individual, you should not transfer in her account, there are clubbing provisions in Income Tax & in the long term, you may have issues.

  • Anuj says:

    I am an NRI and doing investment in the Equity market and STCG is being deducted on profit. My India income is less than Rs. 2.5 lakh and I do file a tax return. Can I claim for a refund for this deducted STCG?

    • Kunj says:

      Hi Anuj

      As per my knowledge, it should be the TDS that need to deduct instead of STCG. You can tax to your broker or adviser for tax and STCG is not get refunded. It can only be set off against any STCL or LTCL

  • Tejas says:

    If I will invest in MF through NRO account then want to know the complete process after redemption of MF units. Will the redemption amount directly get credit into my NRO account and how tax is implied on it?

    • Parek says:

      Hi Tejas

      Yes, after the redemption whole amount will credited to your NRO account. As per Tax point it will depend on whether it is short term or long term (Gain/Loss).

  • Pranit says:

    If I have multiple Mutual Funds from different AMCs (mutual fund houses) to redeem, How TDS will be deducted …. each fund house will deduct 10% straightaway for LTCG or there is a centralized mechanism which will count overall gain losses from different MFs and deduct TDS accordingly along with consideration of Rs 1 Lakh capital gain exemption?

  • Dhanush says:

    What is the full form of DTAA?

  • Prithwish says:

    Hello Hemant,

    Thanks for the fantastic article. I am an NRI with negligible income in India (only interest from savings back accounts). It seems to me that it is financially beneficial to sell my Debt Mutual Funds within Short Term as long as I can keep the gains below the basic tax exemption limit of Rs. 2.5L. I can buy back the same volume immediately and hold it for another block of <3 years. Can you please comment if this is the right approach? It sounds very weird since the government is supposed to encourage longer term investment. What do you think is the economic rationale of not permitting the set off against basic exemption limit for long term gains in debt funds? Even with the indexation benefit, I will pay some taxes in the Long Term while it is possible for me to avoid taxation entirely in the Short Term.


  • prakhar garg says:

    Franklin Templeton debt fund deduct thirty percent TDS from the redemption of units. is it right? I think tax is to be deducted from short term/long term gains

  • Brinda says:

    Is indexation benefit is available for NRI?

  • Sandeep says:

    I wants to understand TDS actually I take sbi life pension plan in 2010 now this plan maturing on 28th July 2020. I ask sbi to surrender my policy and give full amount which is nearly 1565000.00 my investment through my nri account is 999,000.00 . Capital gain against my investment is 566,000.00 . Please let me know how much TDS apply on my capital gain?

    • karishma says:

      Hi Sandeep

      Maturity Proceeding from the Life Insurance is exempt under section 10 (10)(D). Therefore no TDS will be deducted.

  • Ravi jupudy says:

    Hi Hemanthji,
    Greetings to you
    I read your articles and they give very valuable information to us.
    I have a query on PTI schedule of ITR -2 Ay 2020-21.
    I am NRI and live in USA. I made an investment in AIF cat II fund from through my NRE account couple of years back.. Consequent to the provision made in Budget 2019 , these Cat 1 & 2 funds are permitted to
    PASS THTOUGH losses made by the Fund to its unit holders and also the cumulative losses made by the fund till 31 March 2019 are deemed to be losses of unit holder and these capital losses ( on sale of shares) can be carried forward and be set off with the capital gain incomes
    of the investor from 1 st April 2020 on wards.This is a welcome benefit .I am stuck with on how to claim this benefit in ITR of Fy 2019-20 as
    the FUND communicated me capital gain income as Pass through income of Fy 2019-20 and also communicated cumulative short term capital losses as on 31 st march 2019 ( loss pertains to FY 2017-18.)

    Now where do I have to show the cumulative losses of earlier years to take benefit of set off with taxable capital gain income of Fy 201-20, in
    the ITR as PTI schedule have column to show the losses of current year and not for the previous losses.

    I can not now include the earlier losses in CFL schedule as I have not shown these losses in filed ITR of Fy 2017-18.

    I can not now revise the ITR of 2017-18 as the PASS THROUGH loss benefit was approved for Fy 2019-20 as the amendment was done in BUDGET 2019 on Sec 115UB and not valid for Fy 2017-18.

    Please advise whether any of my assumptions are wrong or ITR for Fy 2019-20 need to be changed suitably for reflecting PASS THROUGH LOSSES OF EARLIER YEARS, in PTI schedule.
    How the benefit contemplated by the Government can be availed by me ( any investor of this fund)
    Sorry for my long note.


    Ravi Jupudy

    • Dear Ravi,
      Sorry for replying late as I discussed this with a few friends.
      Unfortunately, you will not be able to file tax for earlier years to adjust losses. But still, I suggest you consult a good CA or tax consultant.

  • Shinoop says:

    Regarding the TDS for MF equity fund, I could see TWO answers in your blog;
    1) TDS of 10.4%
    2) TDS of 10.4% with 100,000 exemption limit.

    Kindly tell me, which one is correct?

    Many Thanks,

  • Kris says:

    Hi , I have MFs worth 50 Lacs which i want to redeem. Ican you please advise who can do the tax calcuations and ITR filings.

    I tried a guy from, was not very helpful.

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