The Economic Survey also indicated that the subsidy given to the rich can be removed in the upcoming budget. As per the survey there are many government policies that benefit both the poor and the rich. In most cases, these benefits are in form of government subsidies that account for more than Rs.one lakh crore. According to the survey, more than the poor, the rich are benefiting from these policies and the LPG subsidy is the most misused, where a Rs.40000 crore burden is on the government. Similarly, there is a Rs 37000 crore subsidy on electricity, Rs 12,000 crore subsidy on public provident fund, Rs 5,500 crore subsidy on kerosene, Rs. 4000 crore subsidy on gold, Rs. 3600 crore subsidy on rail fares and around 750 crore subsidy in aviation turbine fuel), to which the rich have access to. It is believed that the personal income tax slab can be raised from 2.5 lakh rupees to 2.90 lakh rupees. Cheaper home loans and a possible increase in service tax are likely to be announced. The rebate in home loan interest can also be in the range of Rs 3 lakh. Good news is likely to come for irrigation, rural, MNREGA and DBT in the upcoming budget. The increase in the minimum support price for foodgrains may also be announced and a rebate in corporate tax could be declared. New plans for investment and encouragement for investment in stocks are also on the cards.