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Rules changed from April 1: Changes in rules from EPFO to LPG, now customers’ pockets will be affected

Rules changed from April 1: There have been changes in many rules from April 1, which will have a big impact on your pocket. From today, the impact will be visible on LPG rates and vehicle prices too. Let us know what is changing from today…

The new financial year has started from today i.e. 1st April. There have been many changes in the rules from April 1, which will have a big impact on your pocket. From today, the impact will be visible on LPG rates and vehicle prices too. Because, most of the new tax rules announced in the budget by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman also come into effect on this day. Let us know what is changing from today…

LPG cylinder became cheaper

From today, the price of commercial LPG cylinder has reduced by Rs 32. In Delhi it has become cheaper by Rs 30.50 to Rs 1764.50. It became cheaper by Rs 32 in Kolkata

Rs 1879.00 and in Mumbai it has reduced by Rs 31.50 to Rs 1717.50. In Chennai it has become cheaper by Rs 30.50 to Rs 1930.00. There has been no change in the rates of domestic cylinders.

EPFO’s new rule

The Employees Provident Fund Organization has implemented the Automatic Transfer System for your fund balance. You no longer have to request manual fund transfers when you start a new job. EPFO will automatically deposit your PF balance into your new employer’s account.

New tax regime

The new tax system will become the default option in India from April 1, 2024. This means that unless you choose the old tax regime, your tax calculations will be done automatically under the new rules.

The tax brackets for the new system will remain the same for fiscal year 2024-25 (tax year 2025-26). No changes were announced in the recent budget. If your annual income is Rs 7 lakh or less, you will not have to pay any income tax under the new system.

NPS: Two Factor Authentication

From today, April 1, PFRDA will implement an additional security measure for the National Pension System. The system includes two factor Aadhaar based authentication to access the CRA system through a password.

No facility to exchange Rs 2000 note on April 1

Due to the work related to annual accounting in banks, the facility of exchange or deposit of Rs 2000 bank note will not be available on April 1, 2024 i.e. Monday. Next day on Tuesday, this facility will be restored in 19 regional offices of the Central Bank.

Selected Toyota vehicles become expensive

From today, some selected vehicles of Toyota Kirloskar Motor have become expensive. TKM had announced to increase the prices of its select vehicles by one percent from April 1 due to increase in production cost and operating expenses. The company said it plans to increase prices of some grades of its specific models from April 1.

No subsidy to e-vehicles

The government will not extend the FAME-2 scheme launched to promote electric vehicles beyond March 31. The Ministry of Heavy Industries gave this information on Wednesday while denying the news of extension of the duration of the scheme. The government has made it clear that e-vehicles will not get subsidy after March 31.

Kia vehicles are an expensive

Vehicles of automobile company Kia India have become costlier by three percent from today i.e. April 1, 2024. The company sells Kia Seltos, Sonet and Carens models. The company has decided to increase the prices of its vehicles for the first time this year. The company has so far sold 11.6 lakh vehicles in India and foreign markets.

Six rules combined into one unified framework

The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) has notified various regulations. This also includes charges associated with returning or surrendering the insurance policy. In this, insurance companies have to disclose such charges in advance. IRDAI says that if one keeps the policy for a longer period, the surrender value will be higher.

Selected Toyota vehicles become expensive

From today, some selected vehicles of Toyota Kirloskar Motor have become expensive. TKM had announced to increase the prices of its select vehicles by one percent from April 1 due to increase in production cost and operating expenses. The company said it plans to increase prices of some grades of its specific models from April 1.

No subsidy to e-vehicles

The government will not extend the FAME-2 scheme launched to promote electric vehicles beyond March 31. The Ministry of Heavy Industries gave this information on Wednesday while denying the news of extension of the duration of the scheme. The government has made it clear that e-vehicles will not get subsidy after March 31.

Kia vehicles are an expensive

Vehicles of automobile company Kia India have become costlier by three percent from today i.e. April 1, 2024. The company sells Kia Seltos, Sonet and Carens models. The company has decided to increase the prices of its vehicles for the first time this year. The company has so far sold 11.6 lakh vehicles in India and foreign markets.

Six rules combined into one unified framework

The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) has notified various regulations. This also includes charges associated with returning or surrendering the insurance policy. In this, insurance companies have to disclose such charges in advance. IRDAI says that if one keeps the policy for a longer period, the surrender value will be higher.

Shyamu Maurya
Shyamu Maurya
Shyamu has done Degree in Fine Arts and has knowledge about bollywood industry. He started writing in 2018. Since then he has been associated with Informalnewz. In case of any complain or feedback, please contact me @informalnewz@gmail.com
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