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Union Budget 2022 Highlights

Union Budget 2022-23 Highlights

Our Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented her 4th union budget 2022-23 in Parliament. Her speech began with "Amrit Kal" the next 25 years from India at 75 to 100. Major focus was a big boost to Capital expenditure up 35% for FY 23.  

# AatmaNirbharBharatKaBudget: 

 1. IT Returns can now be revised
 The The Budget has also extended the timelines for benefits under the new corporate tax regime. The government had     announced a 15 per cent corporate tax rate for newly incorporated manufacturing companies till March 31, 2023, which has     now been extended till March 31, 2024. 

2. Crypto, NFT comes under tax net
 The Budget has proposed taxing virtual assets at 30%. Our Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that it cannot be     mentioned as a replacement of any other income and 1% TDS to be charged further on payments made using digital assets   to keep a track on transactions.

3. Increase of employees tax deduction limit to 14%: 
 Nirmala Sitharaman proposed that both Centre and states govt employees tax deduction limit should be increased from 10%  to 14% to help the social security benefits of state govt employees and bring them at par with the Central govt employees. Corporate surcharge to be reduced from 12% to 7%.

4. Fiscal deficit estimated at 6.9%
 The fiscal deficit is estimated at 6.9 per cent. Next year, in line with the trajectory of consolidation the Centre has pegged to   bring down its deficit to 6.4%. 

5. Proposes a "Digital Rupee" using blockchain
  Budget has proposed to introduce Digital Rupee using blockchain and other tech to be issued by RBI starting 2022-23 to     boost Digital Economy. 

6.  Business 2.0 Launched
 1.486 Union laws repealed, Ease of Doing Buisness 2.0 will be launched. 

7.  No changes in I-T Slabs: 

8.  GST revenue "floatable" despite pandemic: 
  GST payed a remarkable refirm in India's GDP. GST reveunes are floatable despite pandemic, gross collection for month of     January are over 1.4 lakh crore. The hightest since the inception of GST. 

9.  400 energy efficient "Vande Bharat trains" on track
  India will manufacture 400 new, energy-efficient Vande Bharat trains in the next three years.  The rail sector will also develop
" One Station One Product" which will leverage local produce carried on the railways. 

10.  Women-led Development
  For women-led develpment our government has launched : "Mission shaki, Mission vatsalya, Poshan 2.0"

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