What special changes have happened since September 1, which are going to increase your financial burden.
1- Cut in the prices of LPG
Petroleum companies revise the prices of LPG on the first of every month. This time companies have given relief to the customers. LPG prices have been cut by Rs 100. This reduction has been made in the prices of commercial LPG cylinders. From September 1, 2022, the price of a 19 kg commercial cylinder of Indane in Delhi has been reduced by Rs 91.50, in Kolkata by Rs 100, in Mumbai by Rs 92.50, in Chennai by Rs 96.
2- More money will have to be paid on toll tax
If you travel to and from Delhi via Yamuna Expressway, then from today you will have to pay more toll tax. As per the new hike effective from September 1, the rate of toll tax for cars, jeeps, vans and other light motor vehicles has been increased from Rs 2.50 per km to 2.65 km. That is, there has been an increase of 10 paise per kilometer.
Toll tax for light commercial vehicles, light goods vehicles or minibuses has been increased from Rs 3.90 per km to Rs 4.15 per km. Toll rate for bus or truck has been increased from Rs 7.90 per km to Rs 8.45 per km. Earlier, the increase in toll tax of Yamuna Expressway was done in the year 2021.
3- Circle rate increased in Ghaziabad
If you are planning to buy property in Ghaziabad, then the beginning of the month of September is going to give you a big setback. Actually, to buy land here, you will have to spend more money from today. The circle rate has been increased in Ghaziabad.
4- Shock to insurance agents
IRDAI has made major changes in the rules of general insurance. Now the insurance agent will get only 20 percent commission instead of 30 to 35 percent. Due to this, where the agents have got a setback, then there will be a reduction in the amount of premium of the people, which will be a big relief. The rule of change of commission will come into effect from 15 September 2022.
5- Deadline for PNB KYC Updates is over
Punjab National Bank has been asking its customers to update KYC (Know Your Customers) for a long time. The deadline for updating KYC has ended from today. To complete this work, the bank has fixed 31 August 2022 as the last date. The bank has clearly said that if you do not update the KYC, then you may face problems in transacting money from your account. If you have not done this work, then contact your branch immediately.
6- Major change in the rules of NPS
Talking about another major change from September 1, it has been done in the National Pension Scheme. Commission will be paid at Point of Presence (POP) on opening NPS account from today. In such a situation, this commission will be from Rs 10 to Rs 15,000 from September 1, 2022.