Newsletter/Booklets 1st Feb 2019

Interim Union Budget 2019 – An Analysis


Suhail Nathani Managing Partner | Mumbai
Rohit Jain Partner | Mumbai
Sujjain Talwar Partner | Mumbai
Naresh Thacker Partner | Mumbai
Nishant Shah Partner | Mumbai
Jitendra Motwani Partner | Mumbai
Ravisekhar Nair Partner | Bengaluru
Aakanksha Joshi Partner | Mumbai
Gopal Mundhra Partner | Mumbai
Dinesh Pednekar Partner | Mumbai
Darshan Bora Partner | Bengaluru
Hardik Modh Partner | Ahmedabad
Stella Joseph Partner | Mumbai
Abhay Joshi Partner | New Delhi | Noida
Abhishek Sanyal Partner | New Delhi | Noida
Shailesh Poria Partner | Mumbai
Jignesh Ghelani Partner | Mumbai
Mitesh Jain Partner | Mumbai
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Rahul Charkha Partner | Pune
Gourav Sogani Partner | Mumbai
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Tejus Pathak Partner | New Delhi | Noida
Sanjay Notani Partner | Mumbai
Parthsarathi Jha Partner | New Delhi | Noida
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Dear Reader,

The Hon’ble Interim Finance Minister Mr. Piyush Goyal announced the Interim Union Budget 2019 today. The attached booklet contains an analysis of the key announcements.

Usually a vote on account does not bring with it massive changes; however, this year was different in that there are several important changes proposed to reduce the tax burden on the middle-class tax payers, MSMEs and rural populace. It has managed to strike the right balance wherein every segment of society gets a little bit, with the promise of lots more to come, as was clear from the Interim Finance Minister’s vision for India over the next 10 years.

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Team ELP

Read ELP’s analysis of the Interim Union Budget here