Any change in banking rules or rates has an impact on crores of people. Things like changes in the rules related to railways and post offices and changes in LPG prices are also the most special and worth knowing. Due to this, any change in these things is implemented from the first day of the month. You all know that with every new month, changes in some of the rules apply. Now from February 1, there will be some rules and rates to be changed. Today we are going to tell you about them.
Changes in SBI's IMPS rules- State Bank of India (SBI) is the largest lender in the public sector. And in such a situation, any change in the rate of any transaction of the bank has an effect on the common people, although the imps rates of the bank are going to change from February 1. The State Bank will no longer charge any kind of charge on imps up to Two lakh rupees. Similarly, after the RBI increased the limit of IMPS to Five lakh rupees, the bank has also increased the limit of IMPS to Five lakh rupees. On the other hand, State Bank has said that if a customer is in internet banking/banking, then the customer is not able to do the same. If you do imps up to Rs 5 lakh from a digital channel like mobile banking (including YONO SBI), no fee will be charged from him.
Imps through a branch will be expensive - According to a state bank, if a person does imps through a banking channel, then the fee already issued for him will remain intact. Yes and according to this, there will be no fee on imps up to Rs 1,000 from the branch of the bank. With this, imps from Rs 1,000 to Rs 10,000 will have to pay Rs 2 + GST, IMPS ranging from Rs 10,000 to Rs 1 lakh will have to pay Rs 4 + GST and IMPS from Rs 1 lakh to Rs 2 lakh will have to pay Rs 12 + GST as before. Let us tell you that a new slab of Rs 2 lakh to Rs 5 lakh has been added. Under this slab, Rs 20 + GST will have to be paid.
LPG Cylinder Price: Millions of people in India use cooking gas and in such a situation, all eyes are on the change in the price of cooking gas. Let us tell you that oil marketing companies issue the rates of LPG cylinders and commercial cylinders on one date of every month. In fact, the price of non-subsidized LPG cylinders in Delhi at present is 899. It was Rs. 50. At the same time, the rate is Rs 926 in Kolkata, 899 in Mumbai. Rs 50 and 915 in Chennai. It was Rs. 50. Apart from this, commercial cylinder price in Delhi in 1998. Rs 50, Kolkata Rs 2,076, Mumbai Rs 1,948. 50 and in Chennai, it is Rs 2,131.
Union Budget 2022: On February 1, 2022, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present the Union Budget for 2022-23.