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February 02, 2017

Budget 2017

  webmaster       February 02, 2017

Thu, Feb 02, 2017 | 02:28 AM IST
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Budget 2017 Budget 2017
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has made the common man, farmers, small industries happy in his Budget, pushing for transparency by capping cash donations to political parties.
Arun Jaitley's low-key Budget misses demonetisation note
Cash transactions of more than Rs 3 lakh have been banned. But how will this be implemented? The rural economy is still mostly cash based....
FM Jaitley assures government's intent for earliest GST rollout 
Government's decision not to go ahead with the hike in service tax rate will come as a pleasant surprise to both industry and the common man...
Budget 2017 can put India back on growth track: Shikha Sharma
​​Housing is a labour-intensive industry, with a long backward linkages tail, generating a large multiplier of economic activity in sectors while s...
Railways gets Rs 1.31 lakh crore for development
Railways plans to use funds for electrification, buying coaches, building new tracks and freight corridors, improving connectivity and passenger am...
Focus on digital to help economy in long run: Chandrasekaran
Driving the nation to a digital future continues to be a priority for GoI, which will help bring the informal economy into the formal framework....
Cash curb won't hit sales of luxury goods
Small items like belts, cuff links, pocket squares and ties that cost between Rs 10,000 and Rs 20,000 are being bought with cash....
Private equity funds, Esops face securities transaction tax googly
Currently, income arising from the transfer of long-term capital assets such as stocks is exempted from tax if the sale took place on or after Octo...
Focus on women & the vulnerable makes budget admirable: Birla
Next, it's the last Budget before a full-scale rollout of the national goods and services tax (GST), said Kumar Mangalam Birla....
Govt arms tax officers with sweeping powers for searches
Tax authorities have the power to survey and enter the premises of charitable organisations, a move that experts said is meant to tighten the noose...
Government abolishes two decade old FIPB
Investments in sectors that are not under the automatic route require approval of the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB)....
Budget 2017 has disappointed Uttar Pradesh: Akhilesh Yadav
This Budget has been presented in the shadow of an unprecedented crisis created by demonetisation that was forced by the prime minister on the citi...
Can government walk its impressive talk, asks C Rangarajan
It is aware of them and makes frequent references to the need for accelerating growth through raising consumer demand and increasing investment....
Every registered party will have to give details of one a/c to EC: FM
"More than 90% of FDI today is on the automatic route so FIPB is not required. FIPB is required only in 10% cases."...
To give money to salaried, Arun Jaitley dips into pockets of rich
Tax professionals said the new surcharge was necessary to offset revenue foregone by the Rs 12,500 rebate extended to all taxpayers....
Modi's long game: Why Budget 2017 may be last of its kind
Currently, the financial year is April 1 to March 31 of the following year. The government wants to align this to global practice of January 1 to D...
What's costlier and what's dearer in Jaitley's Budget
What you wanted and what you got in Budget 2017
FM's tax impact: Who pays more and who pays less
Paying rent over Rs 50,000 a month? Get ready to deduct 5% TDS
Budget to have positive impact on job market: Experts

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