5. Budget 2016: The 0.5 per cent Swachh Bharat cess on all taxable services, introduced last November to fund cleanliness drive of the government, will garner Rs 10,000 crore next fiscal, as compared to Rs 3,750 crore this year. The only place where the government will lose revenue is in converting the specific rate of Rs 4,500/tonnes of oil development cess into an ad-valorem rate of 20 per cent. At USD 35 per barrel oil price, the 20 per cent cess translates into Rs 3,500/tonne. On this account, the government will get Rs 10,303 crore next fiscal as compared to Rs 14,962 crore this year.