Outlook Money
Outlook Money

Outlook Money

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30 fm keeps the faith With the economy facing both internal and external demons and credit rating agencies breathing down his neck, finance minister P. Chidambaram struck a balance in a pre-election year by not playing to the galleries and, instead, doing all he could to steady the ship 36 tax primer Deloitte presents a ready reckoner on how the Budget would affect your tax liabilities 40 your pocket KPMG finds out the impact of this Budget on your daily life. Find out what’s cheaper and what’s dearer 42 sectoral impact Ambit Capital presents a sector-wise post-Budget analysis and what it would mean, going ahead 44 Plain speak Swami Saran Sharma believes the finance minister could have done a lot more 46 avant garde Mohit Satyanand takes a close look a

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