How are long-term capital gains from Equity ETFs taxed in India? Option: "Exempted from tax for gains up to INR 1 lakh, then taxed at 10% for gains exceeding that amount.", "Taxed at 20% with indexation benefits.", "Added to the investor's annual income and taxed according to the applicable income tax slab.", "Taxed at 15% regardless of the gain amount."

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How are long-term capital gains from Equity ETFs taxed in India?

"Exempted from tax for gains up to INR 1 lakh, then taxed at 10% for gains exceeding that amount."

"Taxed at 20% with indexation benefits."

"Added to the investor's annual income and taxed according to the applicable income tax slab."

"Taxed at 15% regardless of the gain amount."

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What is the tax rate for long-term capital gains (LTCG) on equity and equity mutual funds in India?

15% on the entire gain

20% after indexation benefit

As per the individual tax slab

0% for the first Rs 1 lakh and 10% on the amount exceeding Rs 1 lakh

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How are returns from equity mutual funds taxed in India?

"Tax-free regardless of redemption period"

"Taxed according to individual income tax slab"

"20% tax with indexation benefit"

"15% tax if redeemed within a year, no tax after a year"

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What significant change was introduced to the taxation of long-term capital gains from equity funds in 2018?

Indexation benefits were extended to equity fund investments

Section 10(38) was introduced, exempting long-term capital gains from tax

Long-term capital gains tax was abolished for all equity funds

A 10% tax rate on long-term capital gains above Rs. 1 Lakh was introduced under Section 112A

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How are long-term capital gains (LTCG) from Income Funds taxed in India?

"Taxed at 20% with indexation"

"Taxed at 10% without indexation"

"Taxed at 15% with indexation"

"Taxed as per the individual's income tax slab"

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How are capital gains from Large Cap Mutual Funds taxed in India?

"Taxed only on dividends received"

"Taxed at a flat rate of 10%"

"Tax-free for all holding periods"

"Taxed based on the holding period, with different rates for short-term and long-term gains"