Capital Gains Tax P&L on Quicko

I have capital gains in zerodha.
When and where do I have to pay taxes for that.
While filling ITR? (i.e after 31st March or before that)

Hi @Jitendra_Kumar,

You should calculate your advance tax liability for the financial year. If your income tax liability is above INR 10,000, you need to pay your advance tax. 15th March 2021 is the last date to pay your advance tax for the FY 2020-21.

Since you have Capital Gains income, you need to file ITR 2. The sue date for the same is 31st July 2021.

You can also use this tool to determine, which ITR form to file.

Thank you for the reply
I have 1 more doubt :
When calculating capital gains can i subtract brokerage or Exchange Transaction Charges or anything else that will reduce capital gains tax?

@Jitendra_Kumar,

You cannot claim brokerage expenses or other such charges from your capital gains. But, you can still claim transfer expenses such as stamp duty from your capital gains.
However, if you do intraday or F&O trading which is treated as business income for Income Tax purposes, you can claim the following expenses.

No financial transactions are reflected in my CAMS statement.

Hi @Aditya_s ,

CAMS will include only the folios with financial transactions. If in case any of your folios missing in the myCAMS login, please ensure that your email id is updated in all your Mutual Fund investments serviced by CAMS.

When I try to upload the Karvy capital gain statement in Quicko while filing the ITR, I get “Unable to read Capital Gains Statement” error
Can you please fix this?

One more question, why do we have “Quantity” field mandatory for Equity Mutual Fund? It is NA for mutual fund so please make it optional

@Aakash_L can you help with this?

Hey @Abhijit_G ,

Could you send us your Karvy statement for FY20-21 at help@quicko.com so we can look at the upload issue?

WHY there is no option to upload CAMS data ?

Hey @Javed19, we are working on the same and will be released in the coming week. Stay tuned! :rocket:

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I hope this become active enough before the due date of filing ITR.