What are the key highlights from the union budget 2022-23

What are the key highlights from the union budget 2022-23

As she presented the Union Budget 2022, Nirmala Sitharaman stated Tuesday that the economy will expand at a rate of 9.27 percent over the next decade. The Finance Minister further stated that the Budget lays out a roadmap for the Indian economy from 75 to 100, noting the four pillars of development: fair advancement, productivity enhancement, energy transformation, and climate action.

According to the Finance Minister, Budget 2021–22 saw a significant level of public increased investment expenditure. The young, the elderly, farmers, and the poor will profit from this budget.

Here are some highlights from Budget 2022:

  • In a major push for virtual currency, Sitharaman announced that the RBI will begin issuing digital rupees using blockchain technology in 2022–23. According to the Finance Minister, this will provide a significant boost to the economy.
  • According to the FM, the Union Budget aims to set the basis and
    provide a framework for the economy for the next 25 years, from
    India at 75 to India at 100.
  • The income from the sale of any online virtual asset is subject to a 30% tax rate plus a 1% transaction tax.
  • The Finance Minister announced that the GST revenues for
    January 2022 were Rs 1,40,986 crore, the most since the tax was
    introduced in 2017.
  • Health: A nationwide digital health ecosystem will be launched on an open platform. A “National Telemental Health Programme”
    would be created to provide high-quality mental illness counseling and treatment services.
  • Under the PM Awas Yojana, Rs 48,000 crore has been set aside to
    build 80 lakh dwellings by 2022–23.
  • According to the Finance Minister, long-term investment income will be paid at 15%.
  • In the years 2022–23, Rs 48,000 crores have been allotted for the
    completion of 80 lakh dwellings under the PM Awas Yojana in
    various socio-economic regions.
  • All 1.5 lakh office buildings would be connected to the central banking system. 75 Digital Financial Units (DBUs) will be
    established in 75 districts by commercial banks.
  • The tax deduction limit for both federal and state government
    employees will be raised from 10% to 14% to help state
    government employees with their social security benefits and bring them up to par with federal government employees.
  • We have set the following four goals for moving forward with this parallel track: PM Gati Shakti, equitable growth, enhanced productivity and capital, sunrise opportunities, energy revolution and climate action, and investment financing, she added.
  • e-Passports with embedded chips and cutting-edge technologies will be issued.
  • Sitharaman also stated that the Output Linked Incentive Program for Aatmanirbhar Bharat has  had a positive response, with the potential to generate 60 lakh new jobs and $30 billion in increased production over the next five years.

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