Budget 2022: Let’s see what it builds for the real estate sector

Budget 2022: Let’s see what it builds for the real estate sector

The real estate sector’s wish list for the upcoming budget includes incentives for home loans and tweaks in tax provisions.

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Budget 2022: Can FM Sitharaman manage to push PSB privatisation agenda?

Budget 2022: Can FM Sitharaman manage to push PSB privatisation agenda? Privatising public sector banks has long been in the works but the government has only managed to merge many such entities. The budget may lay out a roadmap on privatisation but strong trade union protests will be a challenge.

Budget 2022 | Infrastructure spending key to economic recovery, says Grant Thornton Bharat's Padma Priya J

Budget 2022 | Infrastructure spending key to economic recovery, says Grant Thornton Bharat's Padma Priya J The need to accelerate economic growth would drive the government to increase the capital outlays especially in the infrastructure sector as this sector is an engine for economic growth.

Budget 2022 expectations | Auto sector needs long-term strategy outline, GST reduction for 2-wheeler EV segment

Budget 2022 expectations | Auto sector needs long-term strategy outline, GST reduction for 2-wheeler EV segment An increased outlay and incentivisation towards the renewable sources will also provide an impetus to the e-mobility ecosystem, experts point out.

Budget 2022: What IT companies and startups want

Budget 2022: What IT companies and startups want Moneycontrol's Chandra R Srikanth takes you through the key asks from the booming IT and startup ecosystem in India. Will they get the booster shot?

Budget 2022: Here's what Indian pharma and medical devices sector expects

Budget 2022: Here's what Indian pharma and medical devices sector expects Crediting government's AatmaNirbhar Bharat initiative for the sector's significant momentum, the expert predicted that Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's budget will build upon the Production Linked Incentive (PLI) schemes and enable expansion of sensitive APIs, among other things.

Budget 2022 | Policy measure expectations for financial services sector

Budget 2022 | Policy measure expectations for financial services sector The financial services sector is the pillar of the economy. Timely and specific policy measures will go a long way to boost and strengthen this sector while also paving the way for financial inclusion 

Budget 2022 expectations | Real estate may see increased capital outlay, FDI inflow and tax relaxations, say experts

Budget 2022 expectations | Real estate may see increased capital outlay, FDI inflow and tax relaxations, say experts However, some experts believe the upcoming Budget is expected to focus on providing a push to both affordable and rental housing as well as strengthen the existing financing system to provide liquidity to stuck real estate projects.

Budget must roll out national policy for retail, ease up GST processes for sector: Grant Thornton Bharat exec

Budget must roll out national policy for retail, ease up GST processes for sector: Grant Thornton Bharat exec Expectations come in the wake of the last year’s budget making input tax eligibility conditions more stringent, bumping up outlays for healthcare and capex, and sharpening Make in India focus
Gen Z Adda Dil Chahta Hai by Farhan Akhtar was a point of inflection in Indian filmmaking. Will 2022-23 be a breakout year for the Indian economy?
Budget 2022 | Gen Z's expectations from Budget: Boost in EVs, GST cut in education

Budget 2022 | Gen Z's expectations from Budget: Boost in EVs, GST cut in education

24-year old Parang Mehta shares his three expectations from the Union Budget. Firstly, he wants automakers and electric vehicles to be given a boost, secondly, he looks for GST relaxation in the education sector, and thirdly, relaxation in income tax slabs for the working class.

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What has the central government been spending on?

What has the central government been spending on?

Almost half the central government’s expenditure has been on relatively inflexible items such as interest payments, defence, police and transfers to states, expenditure, leaving little available for development 

What is a capital budget?

The capital budget is different from the revenue budget as its components are of a long-term nature. The capital budget consists of capital receipts and payments. Capital receipts are government loans raised from the public, government borrowings from the Reserve Bank and treasury bills, loans received from foreign bodies and governments, divestment of equity holding in public sector enterprises, securities against small savings, state provident funds, and special deposits. Capital payments are capital expenditure on acquisition of assets like land, buildings, machinery, and equipment. Investments in shares, loans and advances granted by the central government to state and union territory governments, government companies, corporations and other parties.

Consolidated Fund of India

All revenues raised, interest earned and money borrowed by the government flow into it. All government expenditures, except from Contingency Fund and Public Account, are made from the Consolidated Fund of India.

What is the Union Budget?

The Union Budget is the annual report of India as a country. It contains the government of India's revenue and expenditure for the end of a particular fiscal year, which runs from April 1 to March 31. The Union Budget is the most extensive account of the government's finances, in which revenues from all sources and expenses of all activities undertaken are aggregated. It comprises the revenue budget and the capital budget. It also contains estimates for the next fiscal year.

Disinvestment

The sale of government's shares in public sector undertaking is called disinvestment.

What is plan and non-plan expenditure?

There are two components of expenditure - plan and non-plan. Of these, plan expenditures are estimated after discussions between each of the ministries concerned and the Planning Commission. Non-plan revenue expenditure is accounted for by interest payments, subsidies (mainly on food and fertilisers), wage and salary payments to government employees, grants to States and Union Territories governments, pensions, police, economic services in various sectors, other general services such as tax collection, social services, and grants to foreign governments. Non-plan capital expenditure mainly includes defence, loans to public enterprises, loans to States, Union Territories and foreign governments.

What is fiscal policy?

Fiscal policy is a change in government spending or taxing designed to influence economic activity. These changes are designed to control the level of aggregate demand in the economy. Governments usually bring about changes in taxation, volume of spending, and size of the budget deficit or surplus to affect public expenditure.

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