Saturday, April 13, 2024


Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman

‘Expenditure Tax’ in place of Income Tax : Indeed a block-buster reform

The concept of Expenditure Tax instead of Income Tax will be useful in the sense that a person should be charged for the expenditure he is able to make and not from one's income which if saved in Bank is already under tax bracket. A person capable of spending more should be taxed more.

फाइनेंस मंत्री ने एमएसएमई के लिए खोला खजाना, जानिए प्रमुख बातें

पीएम नरेंद्र मोदी द्वारा घोषित राहत घोषणा “आत्मनिर्भर” पैकेज के बाद हालहीं में वित्त मंत्री श्रीमति निर्मला सीतारमण ने प्रेस-कॉफ्रेंस कर फिर से एसएमएमई को पेकैज प्रदान करने की बात कही है।

Budget 2021- A welcome shift in policy perspective

The Budget shows a growth trajectory that will not be constrained by resources such as fiscal deficit, inflation, rating agencies

Aatmanirbhar Bharat: The revised definition of MSMEs and the confusion

The low threshold limit in the old definition of MSMEs averts companies from expanding further, which also stops them from enjoying the benefits that are accorded to them by the law. With the emended definitions of MSMEs, they will not have to worry about growing their size and can still avail benefits.

This budget focuses on the respect and development of every Indian

This budget respects everyone from all sections of society from farmers, marginalized people to taxpayers. Importance is also given to climate and water conservation.

It’s The Economy Stupid!

The piling up of inventory with the dealers and manufacturers of automobiles are cited as clear indicators of the bad climes we were in. However, the efforts that the present govt is putting is worth appreciating.

Corporate tax cut, a sensible move to boost the spirit of market and customer delight – Hail Modi Govt

If Modi had only weighed political interest and winning election, he could have be tougher with corporate and generous in social welfare schemes. But Modi never believes and want politics in governance and for Modi India comes first.

Is the goal of a 5 trillion dollar economy realistic?

Modi 2.0 government is keen on catapulting India to a 5 trillion economy by 2025.

Kris Gopalakrishnan advocates temporary relief on GST to improve consumer sentiment

On abrogation of Article 370, Gopalakrishnan said it will definitely boost the economy of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh, but did show keen interest to invest there because he has not so far invested beyond South India so far.

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