One date. Keeping up with the new rules. Some things have changed since March 1. The new regulations are in effect for a range of matters, from banking services to auto. This has had a direct impact on the public. Find out which items have changed since the first date. Find out how much weight is placed on you. Understand how to make plans accordingly. Now let’s see what changed since March 1.
This is bad news for vehicle lovers. Fastags are available for free until February 29th. However, the facility will not be available from March 1. Spend the money out of your pocket to take Fastags. You have to pay Rs100 for Fastag. This means that if you are alerted on February 29, you will have Rs 100 left.
Customers of private sector desi giant HDFC Bank should be aware of this. The old HDFC Bank App no longer works on your phone. The bank has already communicated this to customers. If you are still using the old app .. Delete it immediately. Go to Google Playstore and download the new app for free
A new Rule relating to GST (Goods and Services Tax) has come into effect. GST new rules apply to lottery. According to the new rules .. 28% GST on lottery. The decision was taken by the GST Council in the month of December 2019. However, it is now effective March 1. 28% GST on lotteries in all states. This makes the lottery more attractive.
Do you have an account with the country’s largest bank, State Bank of India (SBI)? You are an important alert, however. Those who have an account with SBI. That means no transactions can be performed. State Bank has previously issued a Notice on this matter. Also sent SMS to customers.
The state-owned Indian Bank has issued directives to its employees and other officials in connection with Rs 2,000 notes. The bank has instructed its branches not to issue Rs 2,000 notes in ATMs. The decision came into effect on March 1. This means that Indian Bank ATMs will no longer have Rs. This means that only Rs.100 and Rs.500 notes are issued. The bank said that the bank’s customers were having trouble with the bank’s Rs 2,000 note when they were drawing money from the ATM. Customers said it was difficult to change the Rs 2,000 note. That’s why this decision was made.