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With the Union Budget just around the corner, what are millennials' expectations from the government when it comes to factors like the start-up ecosystem and taxation?
With the Union Budget just around the corner, what are millennials' expectations from the government when it comes to factors like the start-up ecosystem and taxation?

What do millennials want from Budget 2020? | Why Not Mint Money

Millennials make up the largest age-group wise segment of the Indian workforce, and are considered growth drivers for the economy as a whole. With the Union Budget just around the corner, what are their expectations from the government when it comes to factors like the start-up ecosystem and taxation? Social media influencer and entrepreneur Ranveer Allahbadia tells us what he wants from the Budget.

Five instruments to save tax under Section 80C investments.
It is time to restructure government policy to reorient the economy to produce for the remaining 90% and create wealth for them.
It is time to restructure government policy to reorient the economy to produce for the remaining 90% and create wealth for them.

Budget 2020: Top 5 Ways to Fix the Slowdown | Mint Wide Angle

Budget 2020 is a great opportunity for the Modi Government to reset the economy for the long term. This means forgetting fiscal fundamentalism, spending more & the government re-entering the economy. Since the Rao-Manmohan reforms, India's economy has been catering to the top 10%. It is time to restructure government policy to reorient the economy to produce for the remaining 90% and create wealth for them. This is the only way to bring India's economy back on track in the coming decade.

Sitharaman has been meeting industry representatives as well to seek their views and suggestions on the Budget.

Are tax proposals in Budget 2019 confusing? Here's help

Budget 2019-20 proposed a slew of measures to attract investments and bolster growth. The key proposals in the budget which are relevant to FPIs include increase in surcharge for taxpayers other than corporates and partnership firms, increase in the default limit for FPI investment in Indian equities from 24% to the sectoral limit, merging the NRI-PIS route with the FPI route, rationalization of KYC norms and rationalization of STT rates on option contracts. Rajesh Gandhi, Partner, Deloitte Haskins & Sells LLP speaks to Nasrin Sultana, Mint on how to interpret the tax proposals.

Budget 2019: More tax for those earning over 2 crore yearly

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Union Budget for the second term of Narendra Modi government. During the budget, she spoke about the income tax and surcharges on the tax. Surcharge on those with income between 2-5 crore and 5 crore-above are to be increased. "Enhance the surcharge on individuals having taxable income from 2 crore to 5 crore and 5 crore and above so that effective tax rates for these two categories will increase by around 3% and 7% respectively, the finance minister said.

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