These rules will change from October 1! From LPG price to the sale of liquor
From the coming October 1, many rules are going to change which will have a direct impact on your life. Because these changes in the rules are related to banking, financial and other sectors. That's why you need to keep these rules in mind.
From pension rules to other people associated with banks, it is important to be aware of these latest guidelines:
1) Auto Debit Facility Rules: With effect from October 1, due to new security features mandated by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), people who use the auto-debit facility to pay recurring bills or EMIs from their bank accounts will be allowed Some of these transactions may have to be processed manually.
2) LPG Prices: LPG cylinder prices may change from October. It is worth noting that the prices of LPG cylinders have been increasing continuously for the last two three months. On September 1, 2021, the price of non-subsidized liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders was increased by Rs 25 per cylinder.
3) Check Book Rules: Punjab National Bank (PNB) had warned its customers that the checkbooks of the account holders of Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC) and United Bank of India will be closed from October. The account holders of these banks will have to get a new checkbook from their PNB branch. They can also apply for a new checkbook through an ATM using internet banking or PNB One or by contacting customer care.
4) Pension Rules: From October 1, pensioners aged 80 years or more will have the option to submit their digital life certificates at the "Jeevan Pramaan Kendras" of the respective Head Post Offices in the country.
5) Investment rules: As announced by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), junior employees working in assets under management are required to invest 10 percent of their gross salary in units of that mutual fund.
6) Private liquor shops closed: Under the new excise policy of the Union Territory Government, no private liquor shop will be allowed to open in Delhi till November 16. Under the new excise policy, the shops which will remain closed from November 17 will reopen, till then the sale of liquor will be done only in government shops.