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I have done B.com and MBA in finance, so have a keen interest in personal finance. You will find the information related to investment, credit card, taxation and banking on my blog.

16 thoughts on “Step by Step Guide on How to Transfer or Gift Shares in Demat Form in India”

  1. Very well explained and clearly mentions procedure, Income Tax liability etc for two categories of Donee.

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  2. Your article is very informative. How to pay the stamp duty on the gifted demat shares at the stamp vendor? and what is the rate of stamp duty for the listed demat shares in mumbai?

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  3. very nicely given details.The demat a/c has changed the bank for convenience. .However,she has got as bonus shares in paper form would like to gift. Like your advice.

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    • She would first have to transfer these paper form stocks to her DMAT a/c and gift those from there. Not sure if paper stocks can be gifted anymore.

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  4. my Aunty that is my father s sister gifted share by way of online by depositing depository
    book -let approx 4 cr is it taxable?

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  5. if we have received shares as gift, what value will be shown in balance sheet?? cost of purchase or the fmv at tthe day of transfer

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  6. My brother. Wants to transfer is shares to me ,what he need to do this this tranfer

    What he need to do please suggest

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    • How will LTCG computed in gifted shares

      Ex: I bought hdfc at 600/share 4 years back now gifting my wife at 2000/share

      If she sells for 3000/share how LTCG calculated and who will pay tax

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