Brokerage Calculator

Use the brokerage calculator to calculate exactly how much you will pay in brokerage and your breakeven.

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Net Buy Value ₹ 0.00

Net Sell Value ₹ 0.00

Points to breakeven ₹ 0.00

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a brokerage calculator?

A brokerage calculator is an online tool aimed to help the traders/clients know the exact charges that they might incur when conducting a trade.

How is brokerage calculated?

You will be charged brokerage of ₹20 per order or 2.5% (whichever is lower) for buying stocks and selling them after a few days, weeks, or months. This is called an equity delivery order. These charges will be applicable to all customers onboarded on or after 21 September 2021.

For equity/commodity/currency futures and options brokerage, you can refer to our brokerage charges list – Chargeslist

How is intraday brokerage calculated?

For buying and selling stocks on the same day, known as equity intraday order, you will be charged brokerage of ₹20 per order or 0.05% (whichever is lower) for both buy and sell orders.

For equity/commodity/currency futures and options brokerage, you can refer to our brokerage charges list – https://upstox.com/chargeslist/

What are STT charges?

For equity delivery, STT is 0.1% on both buying & selling of shares. For equity intraday, STT is 0.1% on both buying & selling.

How to calculate broker commission?

You will be charged brokerage of ₹20 per order or 2.5% (whichever is lower) for buying stocks and selling them after a few days, weeks, or months. This is called an equity delivery order. These charges will be applicable to all customers onboarded on or after 21 September 2021.

For equity/commodity/currency futures and options brokerage, you can refer to our brokerage charges list – https://upstox.com/chargeslist/

For buying and selling stocks on the same day, known as equity intraday order, you will be charged brokerage of ₹20 per order or 0.05% (whichever is lower) for both buy and sell orders.

For equity/commodity/currency futures and options brokerage, you can refer to our brokerage charges list – https://upstox.com/chargeslist/

In addition to equity delivery & equity intraday, brokerage for equity futures is ₹20 per executed order or 0.05% (whichever is lower) and brokerage for equity options is flat ₹20 per executed order. We do not charge any commission/brokerage on Mutual Funds and IPO’s.

How to calculate delivery charges?

You will be charged brokerage of ₹20 per order or 2.5% (whichever is lower) for buying stocks and selling them after a few days, weeks, or months. This is called an equity delivery order. These charges will be applicable to all customers onboarded on or after 21 September 2021.

For equity/commodity/currency futures and options brokerage, you can refer to our brokerage charges list – https://upstox.com/chargeslist/

What are state stamp duty charges?

For equity delivery, stamp duty charges are 0.015% or ₹1500 / crore on the buy side. For equity intraday, stamp duty charges are 0.003% or ₹300 / crore on the buy side. For equity futures, stamp duty charges are 0.002% or ₹200 /crore on the buy side and for equity options stamp duty charges are 0.003% or ₹300 / crore on the buy side. You can also check the stamp charges here –
https://upstox.com/calculator/brokerage-calculator/

How to calculate breakeven?

You can check the break even here – https://upstox.com/calculator/brokerage-calculator/ You just need to select the tax rates applicable for your state, intraday or delivery, stock name, quantity, buy price and sell price. Once you fill in the details, the breakeven and the total taxes &
charges are calculated.

What are other charges in the brokerage calculator?

Apart from brokerage, STT and state stamp duty, other charges include transaction charges, demat transaction charges, GST & SEBI charges.

Transaction charges

Equity Delivery Equity Intraday Equity Futures Equity Options
NSE: 0.00345% per trade on buy & sell.
BSE: charges vary as per the scrip group
NSE: 0.00345% per trade on buy & sell.
BSE: charges vary as per the scrip group
NSE: Exchange turnover charge: 0.0020%
Clearing charge: 0.0002%
NSE:
Exchange turnover charge: 0.053%
Clearing charge: 0.005%

Demat transaction charges

Equity Delivery Equity Intraday Equity Futures Equity Options
₹18.5 per scrip per day only on sell. No charges No charges No charges

GST

Equity Delivery Equity Intraday Equity Futures Equity Options
18% (on brokerage + transaction + demat charges) 18% (on brokerage + transaction + demat charges) 18% (on brokerage + transaction + demat charges) 18% (on brokerage + transaction + demat charges)

SEBI charges

Equity Delivery Equity Intraday Equity Futures Equity Options
₹5/Cr ₹5/Cr ₹5/Cr ₹5/Cr

What are SEBI turnover fees?

SEBI charges

Equity Delivery Equity Intraday Equity Futures Equity Options
₹5/Cr ₹5/Cr ₹5/Cr ₹5/Cr

For detailed brokerage & other charges list across all segments, refer to our charges list link here – https://upstox.com/chargeslist/

What is CTT?

Commodity Transaction Tax or CTT is just like Securities Transaction Tax (STT) and is applied on all transactions that are recognised as investments being made into domestic commodity exchanges. This type of tax was implemented in 2016. All transactions that are carried out in foreign commodity exchanges in foreign currencies are exempted from CTT. It is also not applied to agricultural commodities.

How is commodity brokerage calculated?

Commodity brokerage is calculated as per the commodity trade value. The charge may be different for all brokers as each sets their own charge. It can be either a flat rate or a percentage. The CTT (commodities transaction tax) is implemented on the seller as well as the buyer at 0.05% and 0.0001% respectively.

Are stamp duty charges same for all Indian states?

No, the stamp duty charges are different for all Indian states. For example, the stamp duty rates for Andhra Pradesh is 5%, Arunachal Pradesh is 6%, Assam is 8.25% while Bihar has separate rates as per male and female.

Is brokerage the same for BSE & NSE?

Yes, it is the same for both NSE & BSE. All equity delivery investments are zero brokerage. Intraday, futures & options are a flat Rs. 20 or 0.03% (whichever is lower) across equity, currency and commodity trade.

Disclaimer:
This calculator is meant to be used for indicative purposes only. It is designed to assist you in determining the appropriate amount of prospective investments. This calculator alone is not sufficient and shouldn’t be used for the development or implementation of any investment strategy. Upstox does not take the responsibility/liability nor does it undertake the authenticity of the figures calculated therein. Upstox makes no warranty about the accuracy of the calculators/reckoners. The examples do not claim to represent the performance of any security or investments. In view of the individual nature of tax consequences, each investor is advised to consult his/her own professional tax advisor before making any investment decisions on the basis of the results provided through the use of this calculator.

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Brokerage + Taxes

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Net PnL

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What is a brokerage calculator?

The charges and fees that amount to when trading in securities is called brokerage. The calculator is an online investment planning tool that is used to calculate the amount of brokerage before the investment is made. This is crucial so that we know what the actual returns will be once this amount is subtracted from it. The Upstox calculator also calculates and relays the amount to be paid separately for stamp duty charges, transaction fees, SEBI turnover fees, GST and securities transactions tax (STT).

How does the Upstox brokerage calculator work?

The fees charged to facilitate trade is called brokerage. The calculator helps us accurately decipher these fees, separating individual heads like STT, GST, duty charge, transaction fees and SEBI charges. The formula it uses is:

Brokerage = Number of shares sold/bought x price per unit of stock x brokerage percentage

This formula is applied for both intraday and delivery trading calculations.

How to use the brokerage calculator?

The Upstox calculator provides a few parameters that need to be filled before it can calculate the amounts individually pointing out duty charges, transaction fees, STT, GST & SEBI charges. These parameters are:

  • Stock buy and sell price
  • Number of shares
  • Equity, commodity or currency
  • Intraday or delivery

Once these values are input, the calculator makes the calculations instantaneously and accurately.

What are the types of brokerage calculators?

There are 3 types of brokerage calculators:

  • Equity: This calculator is used on all equity investments that are traded through the NSE or BSE. Equity is company stock.
  • Commodity: Commodity shares are shares that are generally listed MCX, NCDEX and more. These are essentially delivered physically or settled in cash. This is when a person, purely on instincts, bets on the movement of a market in a specified time frame.
  • Currency: Currency is when investors can place investment into foreign currency market. Forex is a good example of this.

What are the advantages of a brokerage calculator?

The advantages of the Upstox brokerage calculator are:

  • Accurate and instant information.
  • Traders can use the tool to form comparative analysis between different brokers.
  • Helps in data analytics as well as transparency.
  • Helps to calculate all the charges separately, i.e., duty charges, transaction fees, GST, STT and SEBI charges.
  • It accounts for all trading costs.
  • It is free and easy to use.

Why is a brokerage calculator important for a trader?

A trader can select the correct broker firms as per his needs and the calculator can help him make this partnership decision wisely. The correct amount of deposits can be calculated and the surprise element retired. It is crucial after all, to maintain trader solvency through broker firms.

These online calculators can help the investors in making the perfect execution of orders and achieve a staggering amount of both daily and monthly trades. It is a prestigious online tool that can help both the day trader as well as the investment firm work together in harmony with complete transparency and lack of doubt.

What is intraday brokerage?

The service charge that is paid by the trader/investor to the broker is called intraday brokerage. Each broker charges his intraday brokerage along with STT (securities transaction tax) and GST as this is imposed upon selling in intraday trading. Apart from these charges, transaction fees, SEBI and NSE/BSE regulatory fees and stamp duty charges are also paid.

What is delivery trading and charges?

Delivery trading is a type of trading which deals in long term trading, unlike intraday trading. It is when the investor buys stock and it is delivered to his demat account. You can buy it without all the money ready and cannot sell it without it being held in your demat account. Your funds will stay frozen for that much amount of time. Delivery charges are the charges levied to the broker to trade in delivery stock. This is generally higher than intraday charges.

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Taxes

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Points to breakeven

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Net PnL

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Brokerage₹ 0.00

STT/CTT ₹ 0.00

Transaction Charges₹ 0.00

Clearing Charges₹ 0.00

DP Charges₹ 0.00

State Stamp Duty₹ 0.00

SEBI Turnover Fees₹ 0.00

GST₹ 0.00

TOTAL TAXES AND CHARGES₹ 0.00

Net Buy Value ₹ 0.00

Net Sell Value ₹ 0.00

Points to breakeven ₹ 0.00

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