- 0.015% or INR 1500 per Cr on Buyer Side, for delivery trade
- 0.03% or INR 300 per Cr on intraday equity trade.
- 0.02% or INR 200 per Cr on future equity and commodities trading options.
Effect on State Revenue and TradersEvery change in norms have both, positive as well as negative impact on the market. Stamp duty is considered as the source of revenue for the state government. Standardizing the rate on stamp duty can help in bringing uniformity among the rates imposed by different states, thus making the accountability of revenue generated easier.
States or UTs like Tamil Nadu, Goa, Daman & Diu, will have a positive impact from the new reform of stamp duty but few states like Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra whose rates were lower than the new structure will have a negative impact from this change.
From the trader’s point of view, the effect of an increase in stamp duty will have a different impact depending upon the amount of transaction and the state from which the transaction has been done. For example, the bigger traders, specifically trading from the states like Maharashtra, UP or Andhra Pradesh will have to pay more as stamp duty than before.
Since the larger traders play in bigger volumes or large amounts, non-capping will now make them pay stamp duty on the whole transaction, which was earlier limited to some percentage or a few hundred per crore, whichever is higher. On the other hand, small traders with the relatively small transaction amount will have the least positive as well as negative impact depending upon the states from which they are commencing their transactions.
To ConcludeIt indicates both the positive and negative movement in the curve of revenue to be generated by the state government from stamp duty. The impact will be on either side for the trader as well.
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