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March 04, 2011
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Budget Impact - What is Costlier, Cheaper, Unchanged?
The Union Budget 2011-12, presented by the Finance Minister, Pranab Mukherjee in the Parliament on February 28, 2011 lacks a big picture and has not offered many reasons for the common man to rejoice. Except for the defining moment of the budget that brought tax changes, other recommendations are unlikely to do anything for the industry, the economy, and for the aam admi. Here is a look on goods and services that are likely to cost more and those which may become cheaper post budget.
Tax Payer
Senior Citizens
Household Budget
Impact on Sectors Post Budget
This year budget has left a taxing impact on many sectors and a minimal optimistic impact on some. Let us have a look on what lies in store for common man with changes that envelop these sectors.
1.Real Estate 5.Consumer Goods
2.Education 6.Transport
3.Travel 7.Health
4.Retail 8.Telecom
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Raw Materials for Syringe and Needles
Mobile Parts and Accessories
Raw Silk Material
Incense Sticks
Treatment for Heart Attacks
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Medical Bills
Legal Services - Lawyer Fees
Branded Jewellery
Pens, Pencils, Stationary Item
Cakes, Pastries
Holidaying in India
Budget Views
Best Travel Deals Kent Ro Purest Water in the World
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