Budget 2018: Yoga Guru and FMCG giant Patanjali head Baba Ramdev has reacted to the Budget 2018. He called the Budget 2018 pro-poor but accepted that there are reasons for the middle class to be disappointed by the Budget. He himself wished for a change in the income tax slabs.
Budget 2018: Union Finance Minister announced ‘world’s largest healthcare programme’ in his Budget 2018 speech. Two new initiatives will be launched under the Ayushman Bharat Programme. Under the programme, Jaitley announced a new flagship National Health Protection Scheme, providing a health insurance cover of ₹5 lakh a family per annum which will cover 10 crore vulnerable families, with approximately 50 crore beneficiaries.
When Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said, ‘I do not propose to make any further change in the structure of the income tax rates for individual’, in his Budget 2018 speech, it left the middle-class sulking. But Arun Jaitley defended his decision, and so did some of the experts.
Union Budget 2018: The fifth straight budget presented in Lok Sabha by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had plenty of surprises. From significant focus on women and rural India to little to cheer for the middle class, the budget appeared to try and pander to each section of society.
Budget 2018 announced by Arun Jaitley today had many new announcements of interests for the common man. A year ahead of 2019 General Elections, the budget emphatically targetted farmers and citizens living in rural areas.
While Arun Jaitley today cut excise duty cut by Rs 2 per litre and additional duty of excise by Rs 6 per litre, there will be no impact on the price of petrol and diesel as it also levied a Road and Infrastructure Cess of Rs 8 per litre.
Union Budget 2018 presented in the Parliament today in which the Narendra Modi government announced changes in excise and customs duties on certain items which are set to get costlier after the budget. As per the Budget, Customs duty on mobile phones has been increased from 15% to 20%
Budget 2018: Narendra Modi government’s last full Union Budget will give job seekers, agriculture sector and infrastructure big reasons to cheer! While standalone measures for job creation in Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s India Budget 2018 are being anticipated, the latter two areas – agriculture and infrastructure – will also indirectly help create a huge number of jobs.
The salaried and individuals have high expectations from India Union Budget 2018 as far as income-tax slab rates are concerned. There is much anticipation that income-tax slab rates for year 2018-19 to be announced in the budget to presented on the date of February 1 will up the exemption by at least Rs 50,000.
Budget 2018: As Finance Minister Arun Jaitley presents the Union Budget on Thursday, individuals—both salaried and self-employed —will keenly watch if he raises the exemption limits from Rs 2.5 lakh, changes the tax slab rates, increases the investment limit under Section 80C, increases the present limit on allowances and introduces new tax-saving schemes.
Budget 2018: The Economic Survey report 2017-18 on Monday was tabled in both houses of the Parliament by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley ahead of the Union Budget 2018. Here’s what the survey had to say about the country, the economy and the common man. The full Economic Survey is available at www.indiabudget.gov.in.
Union Budget Glossary 2018: The much-awaited Union Budget 2018 is here. People, industry bodies and politicos are all waiting for the Modi government’s fifth budget. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will present the budget in Parliament. The Budget 2018 is crucial as this would be the Narendra Modi government’s last full-fledged budget before the big 2019 Lok Sabha Polls. Here are the terms you need to know before the budget.
Budget 2018: The crucial Union Budget will be presented on February 1. The Budget 2018 will be the last full budget before the 2019 Lok Sabha polls. Under Income Tax Act, different set of rules and rates of taxes have been prescribed for computation of income.
Budget 2018: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will present the Union Budget 2018 in Parliament. Union Budget 2018 expectations are increasing day by day. In the Union Budget 2018, the Modi government will look to address a few issues.
Budget 2018: Lately, the finance ministry has faced a lot of ire due to demonetization and GST. Many of us would agree, both the mammoth exercises could be done with better execution to make the things more comfortable for the common man and small businesses.
Budget 2018: The crucial Union budget 2018 will be presented on February 1. The Modi government’s fifth union budget will be crucial as it will be the last budget before the 2019 Lok Sabha polls. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, who will present the Budget 2018 in Parliament, is likely to address a few issues
Budget 2018: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will present the Union Budget on February 1. Ahead of the big day, all the political parties will meet on January 28. An all party meeting has been called by Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on January 28
Union Budget 2018: The Modi government’s Budget 2018 India will be very crucial. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will present the Budget 2018 on February 1. The fifth and final Union Budget before the Lok Sabha 2019 will seek to address an of array of issues.
BUDGET 2018: In 2016, National Skill Development Corporation trained more than 550,000 workers. Only 12% of these trainees found jobs. How will Budget 2018 address job creation? Can Budget 2018 address these concerns adequately?
Budget 2018: As the Union Budget 2018 is going to be presented soon by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, a straightforward anticipation is lowering of taxes which will increase the net disposable income in the hands of individuals.
Budget 2018: With Union Budget 2018 round the corner, there are expectations from the Modi government to introduce tax-advantaged retirement plans that have the potential to encourage people to save more for retirement. Planning for retirement is essential to maintain the lifestyle after all those years of hard work.
Budget 2018: On February 1, date of budget 2018, Modi government will announce the much-anticipated union budget. This will be the fifth common man’s budget under its tenure and will be presented by the finance minister Arun Jaitley.
Budget 2018: No deductions are allowed to salaried employees on account of any expenses incurred during the course of the employment other than profession tax on employment.
Budget 2018: The Modi government’s fifth Union Budget will be presented on February 1. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will present the BJP-led NDA government’s last full budget before the Lok Sabha 2018. Digitization is creating tremendous opportunities for economies across the globe and India
Budget 2018: The Modi government’s budget will be presented on February 1. Union Budget 2018 will be the Modi government’s fifth one and will be presented by FM Arun Jaitley in Parliament. FM Jaitley had quoted Swami Vivekananda on the start of Budget 2017 proposals for the youth.
Budget 2018: In most urban areas, maintenance of the building is undertaken by the society, federation, company or common body at substantial rates. However, the same is not allowed as a deduction against the rental income under Income Tax law.
Budget 2018: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is gearing up to present the Modi government’s fifth Union Budget on February 1. Budget 2018 will be the most crucial one as this will be the last full budget before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.