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In cases where prize is given both in cash and kind, then the total tax should be calculated on the cash portion of the prize and on market value of the prize given in kind. And the tax amount should be deducted while giving the cash portion of the prize to the winner. But if the cash prize is not sufficient to cover the total tax liability, then either the winner or prize distributor should pay the deficit. The above comments do not constitute professional advice. The Author can be reached at [email protected] or visit website www.financialtreecompany.com. My name is CA Divya Agrawal and I am Practising Chartered Accountant, CEO and Founder of FINANCIAL TREE COMPANY (An online return filing and Tax Consultancy Company). We also upload educational videos in You tube and name of our channel is FINANCIAL TREE COMPANY. Our aim is to help people in improving their financial health by spreading knowledge and love. Stay Financially Fit and Healthy. WHEN WINNINGS ARE PARTLY IN CASH AND PARTLY IN KIND Betting or gambling is illegal in most of India. But there is no law that makes online betting an illegal activity. Surveys conducted in 2020 have revealed that there are approximately 300 million online gamers in India and the number is going to increase rapidly in coming years. With widespread use of internet casinos companies have started casino websites offering an enthralling environment to play in. There is much litigation on gambling but income tax does not restrict anyone to earn from litigated source. It only says “Please Pay Tax”. Therefore online gambling is also taxable.

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If you gamble in online casinos, please make sure that you file return of income. No deductions or expenditure incurred to earn income from gambling is allowed. The winnings are taxable at Flat rate of 30% + applicable Surcharge and Cess. WHEN WININGS ARE IN KIND *****

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