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Open Offer Or Open Market Sales?


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If you tender your shares in an open offer, if you have held them for over  a year , you will have to pay 20% capital gains tax with indexation benefit, and 10% tax without indexation .If you tender shares within a year, you will have to pay income tax as per your tax slab.

If shares are sold in the open market after a year, they do not attract any capital gains tax, but if they are sold before a year, they attract 10% capital gains tax.Shares sold via the bourses however are subject to the STT.

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