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Budget 2010 11 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Presentation ON
    UNION BUDGET
    2010-11
    Presented by,
    Jitendra Gupta
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  • 2. Main are of focusing
    focusing on agriculture growth, and infrastructure. The corporate, banking and agriculture sectors got a major boost in the Union Budget 2010
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  • 3. Vision & Objective:
    GDP Growth to be targeted at 9%
    Target of Rs 25,000 cr disinvestment this year
    Direct Tax Code and GST will be implemented from April 1, 2011
    Fertilizer Subsidy to be reduced
    FDI Regime to be simplified
    Inflation Rate to be lowered in 2 Months
    2% interest subvention for Exports extended for one year
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  • 4. Banking:
    More Private Banks to be encouraged
    Additional Banking License to Private Players
    FY10 Capital for PSU Banks stand at Rs 16,500 crore
    Rs 1,200 crore to be allocated to PSU Banks
    Rural Banks to be supported
    Banks to get Rs 6,000 crore to improve fundamental structure
    Banks for all villages with a population of 2,000
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  • 5. infrastructure
    Rs. 1.37 lakhcrore for Infrastructure Development
    Railways to be allocated Rs 16,772 crore
    Road Development allocation increased to 19,894 crore
    20 km National Highway to be built everyday
    Proposal to hike allotment for renewable energy by 61%
    More than double allocation for Power Sector to 5,130 cr
    NREGA Allocation at Rs 40,100 crore
    Rs 1200 crore package for drought-hit Bundelkhand
    Ganages - Rs 500 crore
    Bharat NirmanYojna - Rs 48,000 crore
    Solar Energy - Rs 1,000 crore
    To set up 20,000 MW Solar Power by 2022
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  • 6. Agriculture
    More help to Food Processing Sector
    Rs 400 crore to be allocated for Green Revolution in Eastern India
    Rs 300 crore for RashtriyaKrishiVikashYojna
    Extend Loan Repayment for drohught-hit Farmers
    Farmers, who repay loan on time, will get a waiver of 2%
    Farmers to get Loans at 5%
    To extend farm loan repayment by 6 months
    Agriculture Loan for Farmers increased to Rs 3,75,000 crore
    New Food Policy from April 1, 2010
    Rs 300 crore to be allocated for Pulse Production
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  • 7. Education:
    Allocation for School Education increased from Rs 26,800 crore to Rs 31,036 crore
    Allocation for Health at 22,300 crore
    SarvaSikhaAbhiyaan - Rs 36,000 crore
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  • 8. Urban Development & Housing:
    Rs 5,400 crore for Urban Development - hike of 75%
    Rs 61,000 crore for rural Development
    IndiraAwasYojna to get Rs 10,000 crore
    House Loans up to Rs 10 lakh - 1% subsidy extended for one year
    Focus on Slum Development
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  • 9. Technology:
    Unique ID to be given on time
    Rs 19000 crore allocated for Unique ID Project
    Rupee to have new Symbol. A new look Rupee to come up soon.
    Tech Advisory Group to set up under NandanNilekani
     
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  • 10. Plan & Expenditure:
    Gross Tax Receipts - Rs 7.46 lakhcrore
    15% rise in plan expenditure
    Fiscal Deficit for FY 2010 revised to 6.9% of GDP
    Fiscal Deficit - 5.5% for FY 2011
    Fiscal Deficit - 4.8% for FY 2012
    Defence Allocation - Rs 147,344 crore
     
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  • 11. Taxation:In case of individual.docx
    No increase in Exemption Limit for the Taxpayers
    Tax Slabs changed
    Income up to Rs. 1.6 lakh - nil
    Income from Rs. 1.6 lakh - Rs 5 lakh - 10% tax
    Income from Rs 5 lakh - 8 lah - 20% tax
    Income of above Rs 8 lakh - 30% tax
    60% of the taxpayers to be benefited
    Rs. 20,000 tax exemption for investment in infrastructure bonds.
    Tax Exemption under 80c will be Rs 1.2 lakh instead of Rs 1 lakh
    Corporate Surcharge reduced from 10% to 7.5%
    MAT (Minimum Alternative Tax) increased to 18% from 15%
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  • 12. Excise Duty hiked from 8% to 10%
    Service Tax remained at 10%
    No Service Tax on News Agencies
    R&D deduction hiked
    CET (Central Excise Tariff) on Petroleum Products hiked by Rs 1
    Petrol, Diesel Prices to go up
    Partial Rollback on Excise Duty on Cement, Large Cars
    Cement and Large Cars to be costlier
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  • 13. Tax rejig to raise ULIP returnsService tax on charges levied by life insurers on Ulip investors has been reworked. Returns will rise a little as more money out of premium gets invested. Property and overseas mediclaim premium may rise due to service tax on non-life insurance companies.Service tax on mediclaim premiumService tax on health claims will be settled by insurers directly with hospitals. Insurers will recover the money from policyholders. Health insurance costs may rise if insurers are not allowed to offset the tax against service tax on premium.
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  • 14. Infra bonds any takers?Infrastructure bonds are not great products with interest as low as 5.5-6% and money locked in for 5-10 years. But that’s the only option to save more than Rs 1 lakh by way of tax if you don’t have a housing loan (which entitles you to Rs 1.5 lakh more). If you have an extra Rs 20,000, go for it.Service tax to hit home buyersService tax will be charged if the builder does not produce the ‘completion certificate’. Booking a Rs 1-crore apartment before it’s ‘complete’, will mean a Rs 3-lakh tax over and above the value-added tax (VAT) collected by states. Genuine home buyers should insist on the certificate
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