Government’s priority is to formalise the economy: FM

The government is working hard to formalise the economy, according to Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, and tax deducted at source (TDS) is one method for doing so.
TDS isn’t a brand-new tax. At a post-Budget stakeholders’ event in Hyderabad, Sitharaman responded to a recommendation for the repeal of a certain TDS provision, saying, “The government is doing a lot to promote the industry, but we are also seeking to construct the economy.”
The minister stated that while preparing the budget, growth as well as external economic issues like rising gasoline prices were kept in mind. “Maintaining the current growth momentum and making sure that additional support measures for maintaining growth are in place are priorities,” Also, keep in mind that India has issues that are not related to it.
Challenges from outside must be considered. When asked what the top objectives were as the budget took on its final form, she responded, “We should be prepared for any unforeseen events from outside of our country.

This news is written by Miss. Ankita, Associate , All India Legal Forum .


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