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Charges other than Brokerage for Stock Exchange Transactions


Are you a day trader or active trader? One of the most pertinent question you should ask yourself is - What is your trading cost? Simple question, but not so simple answer. Did you just say - “30 paisa for Delivery and 3 paisa for F&O”. Wait, have you considered all the charges you are paying for executing trades on stock exchange. Quite often you recall and consider only your brokerage cost. But there are so many other charges which are levied on Stock exchange transactions apart from brokerage.

Take Check out the contract note and examine. You will see the following charges in addition to Brokerage charges – Securities Transaction Tax (STT), Stamp Duty and Other Charges. In most of the cases the break up of “Other Charges” is not provided, but note it consists of Transaction Charges and SEBI Turnover Charges. Then there is also Service Tax which is levied on all the charges except STT.

More often than not, when you are taking close intra-day trading calls, where the margins are wafer thin, you should have complete grasp of what your costs are going to be for a particular trade. These additional cost can become the difference between a winning trade and losing trade. Please see below detailed information on statutory charges on stock exchange transactions, other than Brokerage charges.

Securities Transaction Tax (STT)


Equity Delivery Transactions
Purchase: 0.125% of Turnover i.e. (Number of Shares * Price)
Sell: 0.125% of Turnover i.e. (Number of Shares * Price)

Equity Intra-day Transactions
Purchase: NIL
Sell: 0.025% of Turnover i.e. (Number of Shares * Price)

Future Transactions
Purchase: NIL
Sell: 0.017% of Turnover i.e. (Number of Lots * Lot Size * Price)

Option Transactions
Purchase: NIL at the time of purchase of option. However the purchaser has to pay 0.125% of the Settlement Price i.e. (Number of Lots * Lot Size * Strike Price), in case of option exercise
Sell: 0.017% of Premium

Transaction Charges

Equity Delivery Transactions
Purchase: 0.0035% of turnover in NSE and 0.0034% of Turnover in BSE
Sell: 0.0035% of turnover in NSE and 0.0034% of Turnover in BSE

Equity Intra-day Transactions
Purchase: 0.0035% of Turnover in NSE and 0.0034% of Turnover in BSE
Sell: 0.0035% of Turnover in NSE and 0.0034% of Turnover in BSE

Future Transactions
Purchase: 0.002% of Turnover i.e. (Number of Lots * Lot Size * Price)
Sell: 0.002% of Turnover i.e. (Number of Lots * Lot Size * Price)

Option Transactions
Purchase: 0.05% of Premium
Sell: 0.05% of Premium

SEBI Turnover Charges

Equity Delivery Transactions
Purchase: NIL
Sell: NIL

Equity Intra-day Transactions
Purchase: NIL
Sell: NIL

Future Transactions
Purchase: 0.0002% of Turnover i.e. (Number of Lots * Lot Size * Price)
Sell: 0.0002% of Turnover i.e. (Number of Lots * Lot Size * Price)

Option Transactions
Purchase: 0.0002% of Premium
Sell: 0.0002% of Notional Value in case of exercise or assignment

Stamp Duty

Equity Delivery Transactions
Purchase: 0.01% of Turnover. Turnover usually taken in multiple of Rs 5000
Sell: 0.01% of Turnover. Turnover usually taken in multiple of Rs 5000

Equity Intra-day Transactions
Purchase: 0.002% of Turnover. Turnover usually taken in multiple of Rs 5000
Sell: 0.002% of Turnover. Turnover usually taken in multiple of Rs 5000

Future Transactions
Purchase: 0.002% of Turnover. Turnover usually taken in multiple of Rs 5000
Sell: 0.002% of Turnover. Turnover usually taken in multiple of Rs 5000

Option Transactions
Purchase: 0.002% of Premium
Sell: 0.002% of Notional Value in case of exercise or assignment

Service Tax

Service Tax, Surcharge and Education Cess are applicable on Brokerage, Transaction Charges, SEBI Turnover Charges and Stamp Duty. Note Service Tax, Surcharge and Education Cess are not applicable on Securities Transaction Tax (STT).




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Hello All,

A rough Calculator to see how much you gain and give while trading.

Hope this would give a ballpark figure for your trades.
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Hello All,

A rough Calculator to see how much you gain and give while trading.

Hope this would give a ballpark figure for your trades.

Thanks iTrader81, your excel sheet is nice and simple
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Made a small modification to the Excel. I have added an option to change brokerage percentage as per individual stock brokers.
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