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RattanIn... 8.7915.66
BF Utili... 506.258.32
Indiabul... 232.857.30
Guj. Min... 170.057.29
Biocon 423.007.27
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JK Laksh... 408.40-4.55
Shree Ce... 17523.05-4.24
The Ramc... 699.50-3.70
Ambuja C... 265.00-3.44
ACC 1706.30-3.38
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Under Section 54 EC of Income Tax, 1961 an investor need not pay any tax on any long-term capital gains arising on sale of any asset, if the amounts of capital gains are invested in certain specified bonds. Rural Electrification Corporation Limited (REC) & National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) are permitted to issue capital gains bonds under Section 54 EC.

Some key features of Section 54 EC bonds are:

  •   AAA rated
  • Interest is taxable although no TDS is deducted
  •  Lock-in of 3 years and non- transferable
  •  Minimum investment-1 Bond amounting to ` 10,000/- and maximum investment-500 Bonds amounting to ` 50 lakhs in a financial year
  • Rate of Interest 5.25% p.a. payable annually
  •  Bonds can be held in Demat /Physical Form
  • Facility of Payment of Interest and Redemption through NECS
  • The Bonds will automatically redeem after expiry of three years
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