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Webinar: An exclusive analysis of India’s 2023–24 budget

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Join Dhruva Advisors, Taxsutra and ITR at 5pm Indian Standard Time (11.30am UK time) on Wednesday, February 1 to hear expert analysis of the implications of the tax proposals in India’s 2023–24 budget.

Register here for the webinar held by Dhruva Advisors, Taxsutra and ITR: An exclusive look at India’s 2023–24 budget.

On February 1 2023, the Finance Minister of India is set to announce the last full budget before the national elections in 2024. As always, the budget is keenly awaited, and particularly so given the minister’s remark that it will be presented as a template that will prepare India for the next 25 years and will “follow the spirit” of earlier budgets.

Dhruva Advisors, Taxsutra and ITR are co-hosting a complimentary webinar to discuss the impact on the Indian economy and businesses of various tax and policy proposals that will be announced in the Union Budget 2023–24. The discussions will be led by Dinesh Kanabar, the CEO of Dhruva Advisors, with contributions from Ajay Rotti and Ranjeet Mahtani, partners at Dhruva Advisors, and Arun Giri, co-founder and group editor at Taxsutra.

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