Go to Budget 2013-2014: Finance Bill



Union Budget 2012-13: Finance Bill

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Chapter I

Chapter II
    Rates of Income Tax

Chapter III
    Income Tax
    Wealth Tax

Chapter IV

Chapter V
    Service Tax

Chapter VI
    Amendments to the FRBM Act, 2003

Chapter VII
    First Schedule
    Second Schedule
    Third Schedule
    Fourth Schedule
    Fifth Schedule
    Sixth Schedule
    Seventh Schedule
    Eighth Schedule
    Ninth Schedule
    Tenth Schedule

Statements of Objects and Reasons

Notes on Clauses

Memorandum Regarding Delegated Legislation

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