By FPJ Bureau
Much on expected lines, though this year’s budget does not unveil any big bang measures to give a giant push to the beleaguered real estate.
The finance minister admitted, in his budget speech, that he had received two conflicting suggestions regarding fiscal deficit. One set o...Read More
By RN Bhaskar
The Union Budget presented before the Parliament on 29 February 2016 was not exactly a dampener. There was much good in it. But it was a...Read More
The common person should be happy that government has kept to the path of fiscal prudence and stuck to the fiscal deficit target of 3.5 p...Read More
The Budget was high on expectations with the general feeling being that there would be a stimulus for the economy the Keynesian way so th...Read More
The Union Budget presented before the Parliament on 29 February 2016 was not exactly a dampener. There was much good in it. But it was a ...Read More
I would view this budget to have a positive push to industries across the board. This budget focuses clearly on growth, development and j...Read More
GJF expresses disappointment over Union Budget for Proposals pertaining to Gems & Jewellery Sector as government re-imposes excise on...Read More
“Room for RBI rate cut opens up, as early as in the April 2016 policy meeting, following government sticking to both FY16 and FY17’s fisc...Read More
DDT exemption on REIT will be a game changer for the real estate sector.
New Delhi: Aiming to boost demand in realty sector, the government today proposed an additional Rs 50,000 deduction on interest on loans ...Read More
Tata Power welcomes the Union budget 2016-2017 and appreciates the government’s balanced effort to maintain Current Account Deficit under...Read More
By FPJ Web Team
Hitesh Sawhney, Partner- Direct Tax, PwC India
We would like to congratulate the Finance Minister in presenting a budget that promises economic growth through digitization, rural and s...Read More
“Based on a preliminary reading of the Budget speech and information available, this appears to be a well-balanced and progressive budget...Read More
Huge focus on rural economy with a commitment to double the farmers’ income by 2022.
“FY17 Budget has provided a strong growth direction to the Indian economy. The Finance Minister has managed to balance the need to priori...Read More
By FPJ Web Desk
The Union Budget 2016 seems to have all-inclusive growth for the rural India, with the government introducing more cess and surcharge on ...Read More
With adequate focus on farming, social sector, infrastructure and fiscal prudence, the Union Budget 2016-17 is broad-based.