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This blog contains articles on various income tax topics which are written by Shri Sujit Talukder who is a Chartered Accountant by profession and has more than 12 years experience in the field of direct taxation.

The articles are written in lucid language so that even a layman can understand the nitty and gritty of the subject without any difficulty.

All the recent happenings in the income tax will be reported here so that readers can make informed and correct decisions. Through this blog, all news, articles, judgments, CBDT Circulars, orders and notifications relating to Income Tax Laws in India will be reported. The objective is to present the Income Tax Laws in a lucid and layman-friendly language and make aware the people to their tax rights and duties so that they can participate in nation-building.

Various useful tools and Forms related to Income Tax Laws in India in excel, word, and PDF format are available on this blog. Income Tax Calculators, Income Tax Rates, TDS rates, Challan and other forms in Excel format, Other financial and tax planning and useful utility Calculators are/will be uploaded for the benefit of the users.

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Name Sujit Talukder
Location Kolkata, India
Income Tax Diary

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  1. Read your article dated March 14 2021 related to Taxation regime of ULIPS. It is indeed a very comprehensive piece of information.

    Would highly appreciate if you can clarify one of my doubts. I have a single premium ULIP policy which was purchased in Feb 2012 in which the premium was higher than 20% of the sum assured. This policy is getting matured in Feb 2022. How will the tax be calculated for the maturity amount ? Will it be considered in the 'Capital Gains' regime?
    In other words, can this particular ULIP be considered as a Capital asset as per the revised Section2(14) of the Income tax act.