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SET OFF AND CARRY FORWARD
OF LOSSES

STRUCTURE
11.0 Introduction
11.1 Objective
11.2 Meaning of important terms
11.3 No loss can be set off against winnings from lotteries, crossword puzzles
11. 4 Steps involved in set off and carry forwards
11.5 Inter source adjustment
11.5.1 Loss from a speculation business
11.5.2. Loss from the activity of owning and maintaining race horses
11.5.3. Long term capital loss
11.5.4. Loss from a source, which is exempt
11.6 Inter-head adjustment
11.6.1 Loss under the Head Capital Gains
11.6.2 Loss under the Head Business or Profession
11.7 Carry forward and set off of losses
11.7.1 Carry forward and set off of loss from house property
11.7.2 Carry forward and set off of business losses
11.7.3. Set off and carry forward of speculation loss
11.7.4 Capital Loss
11.7.5 Loss on Owning and Maintaining Race Horses
11.8 Let Us Sum Up
11.9 Glossary
11.10 Self Assessment Exercise
11.11Further Readings
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11.0 INTRODUCTION
Income-tax is a composite tax on the total income of a person earned during a
period of one previous year. There might be cases where an assessee has different
sources of income under the same head of income. Similarly, he may have income
under different heads of income. It might also happen that the net result from a
particular source/head may be a loss. This loss can be set off against other
sources/head in a particular manner. For example, where a person carries on two
businesses and one business gives him a loss and the other a profit, then the
income under the head ‘Profits and gains of business or profession’ will be the net
income i.e. after the adjustment of the loss. Similarly, if there is a loss under one
head of income, it should normally be adjusted against the income from another
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head of income while computing the Gross Total Income, of course subject to
certain restrictions. These provisions for set off or carry forward and set off of
loss are contained in sections 70 to 80 of Income-tax Act.
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11.1 OBJECTIVE
After going through this lesson you should be able to understand:
If there is a loss sustained by the assessee,
Whether such a loss can be
• Set off against income from any other source/head and the restrictions for
the same.
• If it cannot be set off, can that loss be carried forward and,
• What are the provisions/restrictions for the above and for how many years
it can be carried forward
11.2 MEANING OF IMPORTANT TERMS
Head of Income
An assessee may have income from various sources like employment, business,
interest, rent, etc. For the purpose of income tax we divide these incomes into five
heads namely,
Income from Salaries
Income from house property
Income from Business & Profession
Capital Gains
Income from other sources
The rules for computation of income under each head is different ( You have
already studied these five heads)
Source of Income
An assessee may have 3-4 sources of income under one particular head . For
example a person might have two businesses A and B which are two sources of
income under the same head business and profession . Similarly a person might be
having two part time employments. He will receive salary from both the
employers; each salary received is a source of income. But both are taxable under
the head ‘Income from Salary.’
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11.3 NO LOSS TO BE SET OFF AGAINST
WINNINGS FROM LOTTERIES,
CROSSWORD PUZZLES, ETC.
As discussed in the introduction, losses sustained by an assessee can be set off
against other incomes subject to certain restrictions. The detailed provisions for
the same will be discussed later.
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The first and the foremost restriction that I.T. Act puts are ;
No loss can be set off against any income from lottery, crossword puzzles,
horse races, gambling, etc.
Government does not promote such kind of activities which depend totally on
luck/ chance and likelihood of losing is very high. Hence any income from these
sources is fully taxable irrespective of any loss sustained by the assessee even
from the same source or a different source or a different head.
As already discussed in the lesson Income from other sources no expenditure or
allowance is even allowed to be deducted from winnings from lotteries or
crossword puzzle, etc. Hence it is very clear and obvious that no question arises of
any loss to be set off against such incomes.
Hence we can conclude any income from lottery, crossword puzzles, horse races,
gambling, etc. is fully taxable always. No expenses even if they relate to earning
of such income are allowed to be deducted. Furthermore, no loss can be set off
against such income even if it is from the same source.
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11.4 STEPS IN SET OFF AND CARRY
FORWARDS
There are three steps involved in this
Step1
Inter-source adjustment under the same head of income (Para 10.5)
Step 2
Inter head adjustment in the same assessment year. (Para 10.6). Step 2 is only
applied if it is not possible to set off a particular loss under Step1
Step3
Carry forward of a loss (Para 10.7) this step is only applicable if a loss is not set
off under Step 1 and 2.
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11.5 INTER SOURCE ADJUSTMENT (SEC.70)
Where the net result for any assessment year in respect of any source is a loss, the
assessee shall be entitled to have the amount of such loss set off against his
income from any other source under the same head. This may also be referred to
as inter source adjustment.
For example, if the assessee has two houses and the net income from one house is
Rs. 84,000 while from the other house there is a loss of Rs. 60,000 the loss shall
be adjusted against the income (as both fall under the same head i.e. ‘Income from
house property) and after set off, the income under the head ‘income from house
property’ shall be Rs. 24,000.This is Inter source adjustment.
On the other hand, if an assessee has two houses and there is a net Income of
Rs.80,000 from one house and loss of Rs.1,20,000 from another, the net loss
under this head will be (-) 40,000. Such a loss can be set off against any kind of
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income under any other head which is termed as Inter-head adjustment. This
has been explained in detail later in the Chapter.
However, there are certain exceptions to this general rule of inter source
adjustment. In the following cases loss from one source cannot be adjusted
against income from another source of income although it falls under the same
head:
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11.5.1 LOSS FROM SPECULATION BUSINESS
“Speculation business” means a business in which contracts for the purchase or
sale of any commodity including stocks and shares is periodically or ultimately
settled without the actual delivery or transfer of the commodity or scrips .
As per section 73 any loss arising from a speculation business carried on by an
assessee shall be set off only against income of any another speculation business
run by the assessee. It cannot be set off from a non-speculative business income,
although income from both kinds of businesses are taxable under the head ‘profits
and gains of business or profession’. However, a loss from a non-speculative
business can be set off against income from speculation business but vice versa is
not possible.
Illustration 11.1:
R carries only two businesses A and B. Business A is a manufacturing business
while business B is a speculative business. State whether the loss can be set off in
the following two situations.
Situation I Situation II
Rs. Rs.
Manufacturing business (+) 800,000 (-) 5, 00,000
Speculation business (-) 3, 40,000 (+) 2, 00,000
Solution
In situation I, set off is not possible as speculation loss can be set off only against
income from speculation business.
In situation II, set off is possible and the manufacturing business loss will have to
be set off against income from speculation business.
CHECK YOUR PROGRESS
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Activity A
X carries two businesses P and Q. Business P is a retail business while business
Q is a speculative business. State whether the loss can be set off in the following
two situations.
Situation I Situation II
Rs. Rs.
Retail business (+) 200,000 (-) 3, 00,000
Speculation business (-) 1, 20,000 (+) 5, 00,000
Situation I -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Situation II ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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11.5.2. LOSS FROM THE ACTIVITY OF OWNING
AND MAINTAINING RACE HORSES
As per section 74A, the loss incurred by an assessee, in the activity of owning and
maintaining race horses, shall only be set off against the income from such an
activity. It cannot be set off against the income from any other sources.
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11.5.3. LONG TERM CAPITAL LOSS
Long term capital loss can be set off only against long-term capital gain.
However, short-term capital loss can be set off from any capital gain (long-term
or short-term)
Illustration 11.2:
Situation I Situation II
Short-term capital gain (-) 2, 00,000 (+) 5, 00,000
Long-term capital gain (+) 5, 20,000 (-) 1, 80,000
Solution:
In situation I, short-term capital loss of Rs. 2, 00,000 will have to be set off from
long-term capital gain. Hence, the net long-term capital gain in this case shall be
RS. 3, 20,000.
In situation II, it is not possible to set off long-term capital loss from short-term
capital gain. Hence, short-term capital gain of Rs. 5, 00,000 shall be taxable and
Rs. 1, 80,000 of long-term capital loss shall have to be carried forward
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11.5.4. LOSS FROM A SOURCE WHICH IS EXEMPT
Loss incurred by an assessee from a source of income which is exempt, cannot
be set off against income from a taxable source.
CHECK YOUR PROGRESS
Activity B
Fill in the blanks
a) Set off of loss from one source of income to another source of income
under the same head is known as ----------------.
b) Speculation business losses can be set-off only against profits of ------------
business.
c) Long term capital loss can be set off only against ---------------------.
d) No loss ( of whatsoever nature) can be set off against any income from
------------, crossword puzzle , etc.
e) Loss from activity of owning & maintaining race horses can be set off
only against income from ----------------.
11.6 INTER HEAD ADJUSTMENT (SECTION 71)
As explained above, any loss from one source of income is firstly set off against
any gain from another source within the same head. Any remaining loss can then
be set off against Income from any other Head. This is known as Inter-Head
adjustment. However, there are exceptions to this rule also as discussed below.
As already discussed above, in the following cases no inter source adjustment is
permitted, hence, the question does not arise of any inter-head adjustment. In
other words following are the exceptions to inter-head adjustment also.
• No loss of whatsoever nature can be set off against winnings from
lotteries, crossword puzzles, card games etc.
• Loss from a speculation business;
• Loss from the activity of owning and maintaining race horses;
• Loss from a source which is exempt.
• Long-term capital loss- only from LTCC
Besides the above mentioned exceptions which are applicable both in inter source
adjustment and inter head adjustment, there are two more exceptions to inter head
adjustment. They are;
• Loss under the head capital gain ( Para 10.6.1)
• Loss under the head business and profession ( Para 10.6.2)
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11.6.1 LOSS UNDER THE HEAD ‘CAPITAL GAINS’
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In case of an Inter-head adjustment of losses, any capital loss, whether short-term
or long-term, shall not be allowed to be set off against income under any other
head. It shall however be allowed to be carried forward.
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11.6.2 LOSS UNDER THE HEAD BUSINESS OR
PROFESSION [SECTION 7 (2A)]
From the Assessment Year 2005-06, any loss under the head ‘Business and
Profession’ cannot be set off against income from ‘Salaries’. However, it can be
set off against the Income from any other head.
Illustration 11.3
From the following information submitted to you, compute the taxable income in
the following situation.
Situation I Situation II
Rs. Rs.
Long term capital gain/loss (+) 2, 80,000 50,000
Short term capital gain/loss (-) 50,000 (-) 1, 20,000
Business income/loss (-) 1, 80,000 1, 40,000
Solution
Situation I Situation II
Rs. Rs.
Capital gain
Long term capital gain/loss (+) 2, 80,000 50,000
Short term capital gain/loss (-) 50,000 (-) 1, 20,000
Capital gain/loss after set off 2, 30,000 (-) 70,000
Set off of business income/loss (-) 1, 80,000 1, 40,000
Total income 1, 50,000 1, 40,000*
*In situation II, capital loss of Rs. 70,000 will be carried forward and the total
income shall be Rs.1, 40,000.
Hence , we observe business loss can be set off against capital loss but vice-versa
is not allowed.
Illustration 11.4
From the following information submitted to you by Mr. X, calculate the gross
total income for the A.Y 2006-07.
I II
Income from salary 2, 00,000 2, 00,000
Income from Bus/Prof (-) 50 ,000 (-) 50 ,000
Income from House Property _ 80,000
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Solution
In situation I his GTI would be 2, 00,000 and his loss from business and
profession will be carried forward ( Any loss under the head Business &
Profession cannot be set off against any income from Salary). In situation II
business loss can be set off against income from House Property and his GTI
would be Rs. 2, 30,000.
CHECK YOUR PROGRESS
Activity C
Match the following:
Table A Table B
i).Long term capital loss can be set off (a) only against profit from
speculation business
ii). Loss from speculation business can (b) against winning from lottery or
be set off any other kind of income.
iii)loss of lottery cannot be set off (c) can be set off against income
under any head of income
iv)Loss under the head house (d) only against long term capital
property gain
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11.7 CARRY FORWARD AND SET OFF OF
LOSSES
If the losses could not be set off under the same head or under different heads in
the same assessment year, such losses are allowed to be carried forward to be
claimed as set off from the income of the subsequent assessment years.
Only the following losses are allowed to be carried forward and set off in the
subsequent years.
a) House property loss; ( Para 10.7.1)
b) Business loss; ( Para 10.7.2)
c) Speculation loss; ( Para 10.7.3)
d) Capital loss; ( Para 10.7.4)
e) Loss on account of owning and maintaining race horses.( Para 10.7.5)
Hence any loss under the head income from other sources is not allowed to be
carried forward.( except race horses)
All losses are not allowed to be carried forward. Another very important
aspect is that in case of carry forward, losses can be only set off under
the same head of income only. Inter head adjustment is not allowed.
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Compulsory filing of loss of return (Section 80):
Although the above losses are allowed to be carried forward, it is allowed only
when such loss has been determined in pursuance of a return of loss submitted by
the assessee on or before the due date for filing of the returns prescribed under
section 139(1) ( See Para --------) However loss under the head income from
house property can be carried forward even if the return is not filed within the due
date mentioned under section 139(1).
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11.7.1 CARRY FORWARD AND SET OFF OF LOSS
FROM HOUSE PROPERTY (SECTION 71B)
A loss under the head house property will be allowed to be carried forward for 8
assessment years to claim it as a set off in the subsequent years under the head
‘Income from house property’. Therefore, if the loss of house property of the
previous year 2003-2004 which could not be set off because of absence or
inadequacy of the income of previous year 2003-2004, it may be carried forward
for 8 assessment years succeeding assessment year 2004-2005 to be set off from
income under the head house property.
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11.7.2 CARRY FORWARD AND SET OFF OF BUSINESS
LOSSES (SECTION 72)
Where the loss under the head ‘profits and gains of business or profession’ other
than loss from speculation business, could not be set off in the same assessment
year because either the assessee had no income under any other head or the
income was less than the loss, such loss which could not be set off in the same
assessment year, can be carried forward to the following assessment years,
However it is subject to following conditions.
I) Business losses can be adjusted only against business income: Business
income may be from the same business in which the loss was incurred, or may be
any other business.
II) Business in respect of which a loss is incurred may or may not be
continued.
III) Losses can be set off only by the assessee who has incurred loss with a
few exceptions like when a partnership firm is converted into a company,
amalgamation of companies, etc.
IV) Period of carry forward: Each year’s loss is a separate loss and no loss
shall be carried forward for more than eight assessment years immediately
succeeding the assessment year for which the loss was first computed. Therefore,
a loss of previous year 2002-2003, i.e. assessment year 2003-2004 can be carried
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forward till assessment year 2011-12. Besides the above, the following can also
be carried forward indefinitely, as per income tax law:
i) Unabsorbed depreciation
ii) Unabsorbed capital expenditure on scientific research;
iii) Unabsorbed expenditure on family planning.
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11.7.3. SET OFF AND CARRY FORWARD OF
SPECULATION LOSS (SECTION 73).
As stated earlier, the loss of a speculation business of any assessment year is
allowed to be set off only against the profits and gains of another speculation
business in the same assessment year.
If a speculation loss could not be set off from the income of another speculation
business in the same assessment year, it is allowed to be carried forward for 8
assessment years immediately succeeding the assessment year for which the loss
was first computed. Also, it can only be set off against the income of only a
speculation business. It may be observed that it is not necessary that the same
speculation business must continue in the assessment year in which the loss is set
off. However, filing of return before the due date is necessary for carry forward of
such a loss.
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10.7.1 LOSS UNDER THE HEAD CAPITAL GAIN
Loss on short term capital asset
Any loss on short-term capital asset is allowed to be carried forward to be set-off
in subsequent years against capital gains (short-term as well as long-term). The
period of carry forward is 8 years.
Loss on Long-term capital asset
Any loss from long-term capital assets can also be carried forward to be set-off in
subsequent years but against only long-term capital gains. The period of carry
forward is 8 years.
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10.7.5 LOSS ON OWNING AND MAINTAINING RACE
HORSES SECTION 74 A (3)
Any loss suffered by the assessee in respect of maintaining of race horses can be
set-off against the income from the activity of owning and maintaining race
horses in subsequent years .The period for carry forward of such a loss is only
four years immediately succeeding the assessment year in which the loss was
computed for the first time.
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Illustration11.5
Following are the particulars of net incomes and losses of X for the year ending
31 March 2006. Find out his total income.
Rs.
1. Income from salary (net) 1,50,000
2. Income from house property:
i) Income from house A 5,000
ii) Loss from house B 8,000
3. Income from business:
i) Profit from cloth business 20,000
ii) Loss from hardware business 45,000
iii) Profit from speculation business 15,000
4. Income from capital gains:
i) Short-term capital gain 10,000
ii) Long-term capital gain 5,000
iii) Loss from another long-term capital asset 18,000
Solution:
1. Income from Salary 1,50,000
2. Income from house property
Income from House A 5,000
Less: Loss from B -8,000 -3,000
3. Income from business:
Profit from cloth business 20,000
Profit from speculation business 15,000
35,000
Less: Loss from hardware business -45,000 -10,000
4. Income from capital gains 10,000
i) Short-term capital gain
ii) Long-term capital gain 5,000
Less: Loss from long-term capital asset -18,000
Long-term capital loss to be carried forward -13,000
_______
Total Income 1,47,000
Note:
1. Loss of hardware business is set-off against the profit of cloth business
combined with profit from speculation. But a loss from speculation business, if
there is any, is not allowed to be set-off against other business income.
2. Loss from long-term capital asset can be set-off against long-term capital
gains only. Therefore capital loss of Rs 13,000 will be carried forward.
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3. Loss from house property can be set off against income from house
property or income under any other head in the same year..
4. Loss from business has been set-off against STCG.
__________________________________________________ ________________
11.8 LET US SUM UP
Set-off of losses means setting-off losses against the income of the same year.
Where it is not possible to set-off the losses during the same assessment year in
which they occurred, so much of the loss as has not been so set-off (only certain
specified losses) can be carried forward for being set-off against his income in the
succeeding years. Set-off can be inter source and Inter-head. Inter-source means
when loss of one source is set-off against the income of some other source under
the same head of income. Inter-head means when a loss remains unabsorbed from
inter-source set-off, the balance of it can be set-off against income under other
head of income.
If both the adjustments are not possible then certain losses namely loss from
house property, loss from business including speculation business, capital loss,
and loss from activity of maintaining race horses can be carried forward.
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11.9 GLOSSARY
The various key words that arise in the chapter are:
Inter-head adjustment: Where in respect of any assessment year the net result of
the computation under any head of income is a loss. He shall be entitled to have
the amount of such loss set-off against his income, if any, under any other head of
income.
Inter-source Adjustment: When there is more than one source of income under
the same head, the loss from one or more sources is allowed to be set-off against
income from the other source under the same head.
Set-off losses: Setting off losses against the income of the same year.
Carry forward of losses: The losses which cannot be set-off in the same year are
carried to the next year to set-off against income of next year.
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11.10 SELF ASSESSMENT EXERCISE
Q 1) State whether they are true or false:
A) Speculation business losses can be set-off against profits of regular business.
b) Non-speculative (regular) business losses can be set-off against speculation
business profits.
c) When inter-source Adjustment exhausts, inter-head adjustments begin.
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d) Loss under the head house property can be carried forward for 8 years to be
set-off in the following and subsequent seven years.
E) If a speculation business is discontinued its brought forward losses cannot be
carried forward any further to be set-off against profits of any other speculation
business.
F) Loss from business and profession can be set off against income from salary.
Q 3) Discuss the provisions relating to set-off of losses in the following cases:
A) Speculation loss B) Short term capital loss C) Long term capital loss D)Losses
from horse race, gambling and crossword puzzles.
Q 4) Discuss the conditions subject to which losses are allowed to be set –off in
the current year and carried forward.
11.11 FURTHER READINGS AND SOURCES
1. Bhagwati Prasad, Law and practice of Income Tax, Navaman
Prakashan, Aligarh
2. Mahesh Chandra & S.P. Goyal, Income Tax Law and practice,
Himalaya Publishing House, Delhi
3. Vinod K. Singhania, Monica Singhania, Students Guide to Income Tax,
Taxmann Publications Private Ltd.
4. Girish Ahuja & Ravi Gupta, Simplified Approach to Income Tax and
Sales Tax, Sahitya Bhawan Publishers and Distributors Ltd., Agra
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