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PTI
March 17, 2020
Sitharaman said March 31 is the date given to pay dues without any additional penalty, whereas between March 31 and June 30 the dues can be paid with additional penalty of 10 per cent


PTI
March 3, 2020
During the Union Budget 2020 presentation, the ''Vivad se Vishwas'' scheme was announced to provide for dispute resolution in respect of pending income tax litigation


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 12, 2020
The Cabinet has decided to cover disputes pending in DRTs, Arbitration, Tribunal, Court cases, revisions issues, and all tax disputes under the scheme, says Union minister Prakash Javadekar


PTI
February 10, 2020
With over Rs 9 lakh crore worth direct taxes locked up in litigation, the government last week introduced 'Direct Tax Vivad se Vishwas Bill, 2020' in the Lok Sabha


Naveen Aggarwal
New Delhi, February 6, 2020
With over half a million income-tax cases stuck in litigation at various appellate forums, the success of this scheme is critical to meet the government's twin objective of de-cluttering the judicial bodies and shoring up the much-needed tax collections


Himanshu Patel
February 6, 2020
Budget 2020 taxes: Overall, it appears to be a balanced budget without rubbing the investors/taxpayers in the wrong way.The government has continued with its agenda of simplifying the tax structure for corporates and making it more transparent


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 5, 2020
The Union Budget had proposed 'Vivad Se Vishwas' Scheme', which aims to resolve 4.83 lakh direct tax disputes pending in various tribunals


Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, February 4, 2020
The Budget aims at boosting consumption and private investment to pull the economy forward


Dipak Mondal
New Delhi, January 29, 2020
Budget 2020: The Sabka Vishwas Scheme launched last year for resolution of indirect tax disputes fetched the government over Rs 35,000 crore after it resolved 1.61 lakh cases involving over Rs 80,000 crore tax dues


Rajat Mohan
January 15, 2020
If in the current situation the government does not cut welfare spending or increases taxes, it would need to increase borrowing to inject cash into the market


BusinessToday.In
December 13, 2019
On pending compensation cess disbursal to states, FM Nirmala Sitharamam said that there is no review being done in the current structure


Dipak Mondal
September 11, 2019
The circular clarifies that that the scope of discretion by tax officials will be minimum under the scheme as calculation of exemptions and waivers are going to be automated


Shivam Mehta | K Prathiba
New Delhi, July 27, 2019
The government should bring out clear rules to ensure that this dispute resolution scheme does not itself become the root cause for more legacies which require another amnesty


R Muralidharan
July 8, 2019
In order to incentivise and give thrust to electric vehicles sector, customs duty on specified parts required for the manufacture of EVs has been brought down to nil.


Mukesh Butani
New Delhi, July 8, 2019
The Budget is promising and instils hope for a holistic economic order in coming years


BusinessToday.In
July 2, 2019
Budget 2019: Indian economy will reach $3 trillion in current year, it is well within our capacity to reach $5 trillion economy in few years, says FM


PTI
June 3, 2019



Anshuman Magazine
February 9, 2017
The Union Budget 2017 has struck a fine balance between being populist and bolstering private sector investments; with a special focus on infrastructure and affordable housing.


By Anshuman Magazine
February 7, 2017
The Union Budget 2017 has struck a fine balance between being populist and bolstering private sector investments; with a special focus on infrastructure and affordable housing.


Team BT
Delhi, February 6, 2017
The first Budget since demonetisation has been a careful exercise by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. It caters to the core constituency - farmers and lower income people - while not introducing anything that hurt industry.


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