Online transfer of shares
Get registered at CDSL or NSDL website. For NSDL – Visit this page > New User Registration > Speed-e>Register. For CSDL – Click here > Register for Easiest > Enter Demat details, OTP, account details (DP ID, Client ID, email id etc.
Central Depository Securities Limited (CDSL) has a feature called EASIEST, through which you can transfer shares from one Demat account to another online.
The donor needs to select the gift option and choose the company, number of shares and enter details like name and demat details of the donee and submit it for gifting. Now, the donee needs to login to his/her trading platform and accept it.
Shares could transferred to the different demat accounts of the same individual or different persons. In case of transfer of shares to the same person, there will be no added tax liability. Note that the capital gain tax will be counted from the initial date of purchase of the stock.
You could gift the shares to your wife In this situation you do not have to pay any capital gains tax. This is because a gift to your spouse does not constitute a transfer as defined in the Income Tax Act and hence no capital gains tax is chargeable to the transaction.
When you transfer shares to your children, it will generally be considered as a gift for the purposes of inheritance tax. If the transferor (parent) dies within 7 years of making the transfer, the transferee (child) will be liable to pay inheritance tax.
Can I have 2 demat accounts?
You can open multiple Demat accounts, so long as the accounts are opened with different Depository Participants. You cannot open more than one Demat account with the same DP.
Can 1 person have 2 demat accounts?
Yes, a person can hold more than one Demat Account as long as they are all linked to a single PAN. 2. How many Demat Accounts can one open? There is no limit on the number of Demat Accounts an individual can open.
Steps to transfer shares from NSDL to CDSL (online)
- Download and fill the SPEED-e Application Form, Power of Attorney or obtain it directly from your DP.
- Fill in all the required details.
- Submit the duly filled-in form with the requisite documents to your DP.
Gifting Shares in Paper Form
You need to execute and register a share transfer deed in FORM 7B. It needs to be filled and signed by the donor. Depending on which value is higher, the face value or market value of the shares on the date of the document, stamp duty is payable at the rate of 25 paise for every 100 rupees.
You must register a gift deed mentioning this i.e. the number of shares she is transferring to you it’s value as she won’t be paying any capital gain on same and you will have to show it in your income tax return as gift received and since you are receiving it from your own sister there won’t be any tax on same.
Yes, you can transfer shares, ETFs, and gold bonds to your children via CDSL easiest .
What is an in-kind or ACAT transfer? An in-kind or ACAT transfer allows you to transfer your investments between brokers as is, meaning you don’t have to sell investments and transfer the cash proceeds — you can simply move your existing investments to the new broker.
Step 1: Obtain share transfer deed in the prescribed format. Step 2: Execute the share transfer deed duly signed by the Transferor and Transferee. Step 3: Stamp the share transfer deed as per the Indian Stamp Act and Stamp Duty Notification in force in the State.
How do I transfer stocks from one brokerage to another?
How To Transfer Stock Between Brokerage Accounts
- Choose a New Broker. …
- Submit a Transfer Initiation Form. …
- Wait for the Receiving Firm to Contact Your Current Broker. …
- Work With Your New Broker to Make Sure it Accepts All Your Assets. …
- Wait for the Transfer To Be Completed.