Changes in the Rules - Related to Banks, ATMs, PF, LPG gas

Unlock-2 has been launched across the country since July. According to the guidelines of Unlock-2, cinema hall, metro, gym, the swimming pool will not be open till July 31.


In addition to these, there have been many other big changes that will directly affect our pockets.


These 10 rules have been changed since July 1: These changes are related to banking rules, LPG prices, schemes Let's find out 10 big changes

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The prevalence of the coronavirus is increasing rapidly across the country, Unlock-2 has already started in the whole country from July. According to the guidelines of Unlock-2, cinema hall, metro, gym, the swimming pool will not be open till July 31. Schools and colleges will also be closed till July 31. International flights will also be banned.

In addition to these, there have been many other big changes that will directly affect our pockets. These changes are related to banking rules, LPG prices, schemes, let's find out 10 big changes

Changes in the Rules - Related to Banks, ATMs, PF, LPG gas


01. Rules for withdrawing money from ATM


There is a charge for withdrawing money from an ATM. Did you know that the government has changed the rules for ATM cash withdrawal in lockdown? The government canceled service charges taken at the time of cash withdrawal. However, from July 1, you will have to pay for withdrawing cash at the end of the ATM limit again.


02. Rules regarding the minimum balance



From today, you will have to keep a minimum balance in your bank account, otherwise, you may have to pay a fine. In the lockdown, the government dropped the additional charges for not maintaining a minimum balance. However, the minimum balance will not be charged again. This means that if you do not have the minimum balance in your account, you will have to pay a penalty.


03. LPG prices may go up



Oil marketing companies change the price of LPG LPG and aerial fuel ATF at the beginning of each month. Prices have been rising steadily for the past few months. In such a situation, its price is also likely to increase.


04. Changes related to mutual funds



There has also been a change regarding mutual funds and you will have to pay stamp duty to buy mutual funds. According to the new rules, in case of buying a mutual fund, 0.005% of the total investment has to be paid to the stamp duty.


05. Change in interest rates of Punjab National Bank



If you have an account with Punjab National Bank, now your savings are going to have a big impact, as the interest rate on savings deposited in PNB Bank will change from July 1. Under which the interest rate will be deducted 0.50%. That means after that the interest rate will be 3.25%.


06. Online registration for new companies



Now it will be easier to open a new company and you can simply register the company from the base sitting at home. Before that, the company has to submit many documents to register.


07. Change of pension rules



Along with the banks, the pension rules are also going to be changed so that the auto-debit facility of the pension scheme can be restarted. This facility was kept till 30th June and now it can be re-launched from 1st July.


08. PF. Related rules



In the lockdown, the government changed the rules regarding PF, under which account holders can withdraw a certain amount from their PF account, but now that period has expired.


09. Minimum amount of PPF and Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana



The government has also changed the rules regarding PPF and Sukanya Samridhi Yojana. Under which the minimum installments in these accounts have not been deposited in 2019-20, they can repay the installment till June 30, 2020. Apart from this, the minimum deposit in the PPF account is Rs.500 / - for the financial year, Rs.250 / - for the Sukanya Samridhi scheme is Rs.


10. Everyone's confidence plan



Under this scheme of the Modi government, old pending cases related to service tax and central excise will have to be settled. The deadline was June 30. For those who have not been able to avail of the benefits of this scheme until now, the benefits of this scheme will not be available.

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