Bonds – NHAI


National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) is usually known for issuing Section 54EC bonds, but for the first time they are issuing tax free bonds as well.

Now, a lot of people confuse tax savings or no TDS with tax free, but these are truly tax free bonds, which means that the interest from these bonds is tax exempt – you don’t have to pay any tax on the interest regardless of your income tax bracket.

The bonds will list on the BSE and NSE, and if you sell them on the exchange and make capital gains on them, then that will be taxable. Listing of the bonds doesn’t however mean that the bonds will be issued in dematerialized form only and you will compulsorily need a demat account.

For More Details click below

NHAI Tax Free Bonds – Basic Details

To download form click here

NHAI – FAQs and Answers

NRI – Checklist

The application can be submit at following NHAI collection center

Important: You must write application number before submitting the application click here for application number

Note: Please keep the photo copy of duly filled application form with you for your records, in case you did not receive the information about allotment in 45 days then you can contact at contactcorpus@gmail.com, please keep the
Acknowledge Slip with you.

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