Hi, I am trying to fill the Form no 15G for PF withdrawal. I have a doubt in Schedule 1. It asks us to disclose the shares owned in ones name. I have around 20 different shares which i purchased at different time periods (all are purchased after quitting my regular job).
Do i have to attach a separate sheet for schedule 1 and give full details about it? "
(Details of shares, which stand in the name of the declarant and beneficially owned by him) "
Do i have to mention the dividend only for this financial year that i received from the shares ? or do i have to calculate it all from the past two years?
And the dates on which the shares were acquired there are shares of the same company that i have acquired on different dates, i dont have the exact details of that. just the consolidated number of shares in each company. Will that suffice?
Please let me know if more clarification is needed from my part
I am really confused in declaring this. Any help will be much appreciated
Thanking you in advance
17th July 2019 From India
Form 15G is filed for claiming income tax exemption on certain incomes. Hence, it is suggested to disclose the details of shares held in a separate document. The Dividend received in applicable financial year should be shown. The date of purchase of shares is necessary. You must have purchased shares through some Dmat account or through share broking agency. You will be able to get the details from the respective source.
Adv. Manish Gadre

17th July 2019 From India, Mumbai
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