Key Highlights Of Union Budget 2019-Budget Highlights 2019 India
Budget Highlights 2019 India
Good News for salaried and middle classes’ persons, Today 01st Feb 2019, Finance Minister Piyush Goyal is presenting the India Budget 2019 in Parliament. Budget expectations are high from the Modi government. Common people, salaried class, farmers and industry captains have pinned hopes on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Finance Minister Piyush Goyal to make announcements on key things like Income Tax, Universal Basic Income and farm credits.
The Modi government’s sixth union Budget and first Interim budget is crucial given that it is taking place months ahead of the Lok Sabha elections 2019. Any major announcement will have major political significance. The Economic Survey 2019 was not presented. But Union Cabinet Minister Arun Jaitley hinted that larger interests in the economy will decide what goes into the Union Budget 2019.
Union Finance Minister Piyush Goyal on the first budget has task cut out. Since this is the final union budget of the Modi government before Lok Sabha elections 2019, the ruling dispensation is expected to some major populist announcements.
Here, below are the highlights of the Budget 2019 announced by Finance Minister Piyush Goyal:
• The government has lowered customs duty on import of parts and components of such vehicles to 10-15 percent to promote domestic assembling of electric vehicles.
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• Goyal said more than 70 per cent of Mudra yojna
beneficiaries were women. He said the Narenadra Modi-led government has
also taken several steps to empower women, including the Pradhan Mantri
Matritva Yojana and providing 26 weeks of maternity leave.
• Benefit of rollover of capital tax gains to be increased from investment in one residential house to that in two residential houses, for a taxpayer having capital gains up to 2 crore rupees; can be exercised once in a lifetime.
• Finance Minister proposed a full tax rebate for those earning Rs 5 lakh for the next financial year.
• Rs 76,800 crore allocated for welfare of SCs/STs. Budget allocation to North East region increased by 21 per cent to Rs 58,166 crore for 2019-20.
• Tax collection increased to Rs 12 lakh crore this year, returns filed to 6.85 crore.
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• The national
• Mega Pension Yojana, namely Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Mandhan, to provide assured monthly pension of 3000 rupees per month, with
• More than 70 percent of the beneficiaries of the PM Mudra Yojana are women and it additionally helps them set up businesses and other entrepreneurship related activities.
• Gratuity limit increased from 10 lakh to 30 lakh rupees.
• Rashtriya Kamdhenu Ayog to look after effective implementation of policies and schemes for
• Rs 60,000 crore allocated for MGNREGA (Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act).
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• The current account deficit is likely to be only 2.5 percent of the GDP this year,
• Markets open flat, Sensex opens 10 points up and NIFTY starts the day with a gain of 15 points ahead of
• The farm relief package may cost anywhere between Rs 70,000 crore to Rs 1 lakh crore, according to sources.
• Bankers also expect
• Manoj Sinha, Minister of State for Railways said, “The way the government has increased the investment in railways, from installing CCTV cameras to WiFi, I believe further investment in railways will certainly be increased.
• “We as a government have restored fiscal sanity which the previous government had completely violated,” says Jayant Sinha on Budget 2019.
• The rupee depreciated by 9 paise to 71.17 in early trade on the forex market amid strengthening of the American currency and caution ahead of interim budget.
• Income support scheme for distressed farmers who have seen their incomes stagnate because of plunging prices, barely enough to pay for loans and input costs.
• The Budget documents will contain revenue and expenditure projections for the entire 2019-20 fiscal year beginning April 1, but a ‘Vote on Account’ will seek Parliament nod for the expenditure side.
• Fitch Ratings warned of a second consecutive year of fiscal slippage in the event of Finance Minister Piyush Goyal resorting to populist spending to win over lost vote base.
• Women taxpayers are expected get higher basic exemption of Rs 3.25 lakh or even at par with senior citizens, as per sources.
• Income tax exemption thresholds may raise. Basic exemption limit may be raised from Rs 2.5 lakh to Rs 3 lakh for individuals of less than 60 years of age and from Rs 3 lakh to Rs 3.5 lakh for those aged 60 years or more but less than 80.
• Reduction of GST expected on electric vehicles, which is likely to generate jobs and also would attract investors.
• The government could target the poorest of the poor (possibly 40
• Piyush Goyal may also look at higher interim dividend from RBI and deferring subsidy payouts on
• Allocation for micro, small and medium enterprises and other initiatives including Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Urban and Rural) may increase. This might include more benefits for women entrepreneurs.
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