Live Budget 2021 , Budget Live 2021, Budget Special 2021

Live Budget 2021 , Budget Live 2021, Budget Special 2021

Budget 2021-2022: Government's big announcement in insurance sector, FDI has been increased to 74%. Budget 2021-2022: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is presenting the Centre's General Budget 2021-22 today.  People have some hopes from this budget because of the Corona crisis.  Presenting the budget, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has increased FDI in insurance to 74 per cent.




 Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has announced that 74 per cent FDI will be possible in the insurance sector.  Earlier, FDI in the insurance sector was only 49 per cent.  Apart from this, a charter has been announced for investors.  Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has announced for the start-up company.  New Delhi: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is presenting the budget for the first time in Koro's tenure.  They are presenting the budget for the third time.  With the presentation of the budget, a unique record has been set in his name.

 Nirmala Sitharaman is the country's first full-time woman finance minister.  Nirmala Sitharaman was born in Tamil Nadu and married in Andhra Pradesh. She did her MA from JNU in 1980 and then did her PhD on Indo-European textile trade within the Great Framework.  He worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers Research in London.  After returning to Hyderabad with her husband a few years later, she opened a school and a public policy institute.  She joined the BJP after her term in the National Commission for Women ended in 2006. She was made spokesperson before the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.  Despite not knowing Hindi, Nirmala left her mark through her speaking style.  Meanwhile, he was the big face of the BJP on TV.  When the Modi government was formed in May 2014, he was made the Minister of State for Commerce.  He later became the Minister of Defense and later the Minister of Finance.  It eliminates 70 different types of exemptions and deductions.  In the old tax system, other tax saving schemes or deposits including EPF, PPF, Mutual Fund, LIC are exempted.  The new system does not benefit from it.