Analysis on Budget 2019 at VIA today

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 04 Feb 2019 11:04:58


Business Bureau,

VIA Corporate Law and Taxation Forum will be organising a session on analysis of ‘Budget 2019’ and recent development in GST on February 4 at 5 pm. Interim Budget 2019-20 was recently presented in Parliament by the Piyush Goyal. Union Minister for Finance, Corporate Affairs, Railways and Coal. The Minister has focused on development and security of farmers and middle class public by announcing major scheme like pension, cash backup, interest subvention etc. The Interim Budget also provided tax sops and the developmental agenda for the years to come.

A new deal for 12 crore small and marginal farmers with direct income support, a path breaking pension initiative for 10 crore unorganised sector workers, exempting income up to Rs 5 lakh from Income Tax, reforms in Stamp Duty, highest ever budgetary allocation of Rs 3 lakh crore for Defence, record allocation of funds at Rs 58,166 crore for North Eastern areas, a new AIIMS for Haryana, single window clearance for Indian film makers at par with foreigners and higher budgetary allocations for education, health, infrastructure and for the welfare of weaker sections including Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, a separate department of fisheries for welfare of 1.5 crore fishermen are some of the major highlights of the Interim Budget 2019-20.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has lauded the Budget as the Budget for ‘New India’ will energise the nation.  In the context of presented Budget, VIA Corporate law and Taxation Forum is organising a session and panel discussion on analysis of Budget 2019 at VIA, 1st floor, Udyog Bhawan, Civil Lines from 5 pm.

Focus areas will be Budget prospective for industries, rural economy and taxation. Entry to the programme is open to all.
CA Ashok Chandak, CA T S Rawal and CA Anil Parakh will be the speakers to analyse and discuss the Budget.  For more details, interested may contact CA Sachin Jajodia (9822472255) or VIA 0712-2561211/2554090 and email : [email protected]