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Union Budget 2017 is to be Presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on 01st February 2017 and will be third Budget of BJP led Government.
The Union Budget also known as the Annual financial statement is the yearly budget of the country. The budget is presented every year in the month of February by the Finance Minister in the Parliament. The union budget 2017 that is presented through Finance bill and Appropriation bill need to be passed in both Houses before coming into effect from the subsequent financial year beginning April 1.
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The Union Budget maintains the accounts of the finances of the government for the fiscal year which runs from April 1st to March 31st. The Union Budget can be classified into Capital Budget and Revenue Budget.
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