Brokerage Calculator

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Brokerage Charges (Intraday, Delivery and F&O) 20 per order 10 per order 5 per order
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A brokerage calculator is an online tool that lets you calculate the brokerage fee along with other charges involved in a buy or sell transaction. Depending on the segment you are trading in, you can check the applicable brokerage. Enter the quantity of shares you want to buy and the calculator will give you the total brokerage and other charges that you will have to pay.

Intraday brokerage is the brokerage fee charged when you buy and sell shares on the same day. The overall charges for intraday include brokerage fee levied by your broker, Securities Transaction Tax (STT), Exchange transaction charges, GST, stamp duty, and SEBI turnover fees.

Every broker has a defined charge that they levy on clients trading on their platform. In discount broking model, the brokerage is calculated per order irrespective of turnover.

Intraday means buying and selling stocks on the same day. The brokerage for intraday in BFSL depends on the subscription pack you have chosen. For Freedom pack you pay Rs. 20 per order, for Professional pack Rs. 10 per order and with Bajaj Privilege Club you pay only Rs. 5 per order. This is exclusive of other charges.

The brokerage for futures trading also depends on the subscription pack you have chosen, and it can be as low as Rs. 5 per order with the Bajaj Privilege Club.

Securities Transaction Tax is collected by the Government of India for buying and selling securities on the Exchange. It is collected for stocks, derivatives, and equity mutual funds. Commodities, currencies, and equities bought or sold outside a listed exchange are exempted from STT. The Fee is charged as 0.1% on delivery trading, on both, buy and sell orders. For intraday trading, the fees are 0.025% for only sell orders. In Futures & Options segment, the charges are: Futures – 0.01% on Sell side, Options: 0.05% on Sell side premium.

For most discount stockbrokers the brokerage fees is defined in advance. The brokerage fee for Bajaj Financial Securities Limited depends on the subscription plan you have chosen. For Freedom pack, it is Rs. 20 per order, Rs. 10 per order for Professional pack and Rs. 5 per order for Bajaj Privilege Club for trading in F&O, Intraday and Delivery.

Delivery trading is when you buy a stock, and the shares are delivered (digitally) to your demat account. You have the shares in your possession, and you can sell them whenever you want. There is no specific timeline for selling these stocks. In BFSL, based on the subscription pack you have chosen, the brokerage fee varies between Rs. 20 per order to Rs. 5 per order.

Stamp Duty is levied (collected) on the value of shares transferred. Stamp duty is collected by various states and its rates differ from state to state.

Other than brokerage fees there are other charges that are levied by other stakeholders in online trading. These charges include Securities Transaction Tax (STT), stamp duty, Exchange transaction charges, GST, DP charges, and SEBI turnover fee.

SEBI Turnover fee is collected by the apex stock market governing body in the country, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on all buy and sell orders. The charges are Rs. 10/crore or 0.00010% of the transaction value for the equity segment.

Commodities Transaction Tax is similar to STT. It was implemented since 2016 and are applied to all investments being made into domestic commodity exchanges.

Commodity brokerage varies for different brokers.

No, the stamp duty charges are different for different Indian states.

The brokerage fee for BSE and NSE remain the same however, other charges may vary slightly for the two different exchanges.