Kaam Ki Baat: Commercial gas cylinder became cheaper in the new year, these 8 big changes from today

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Many changes have taken place from today i.e. January 1, 2022. These changes will have an effect on your life as well. Today the price of commercial gas cylinder has been cut. At the same time, withdrawing money from ATM and buying footwear has become expensive from today. Apart from this, from today 15 to 18 year olds will be able to register for the vaccine. We are telling you about 8 changes that will happen from January 1.

1. Withdrawing money from ATM is expensive
Now you will have to pay Rs 21 instead of 20 for withdrawing money from free transaction ATM. According to RBI, after the free transaction, banks will be able to charge Rs 21 from their customers instead of 20 per transaction. This also does not include tax. This rule has come into effect from 1 January 2022. Click here for more information

2. Buying footwear became expensive
From now on footwear will attract 12% GST. The Government of India has increased the GST on footwear by 7%. Apart from this, 5% GST will be levied on auto rickshaw booking through online mode. That is, booking auto rickshaws from app based cab service provider platforms like Ola, Uber has become expensive now. However, there was no change in auto rickshaw fares through offline mode. It has been kept out of tax. Click here for more information

3. Children of 15 to 18 years will be able to register for the vaccine
The corona vaccine will be administered to children in the age group of 15 to 18 years from January 3 in the country. For this, registration can be done on the Kovin app or portal from today. 10th class ID card will also be considered as identity proof for registration. Click here for more information

4. India Post Payment Bank Increased Charges
India Post Payment Bank (IPPB) account holders will have to pay charges for cash withdrawals and deposits above a certain limit. Cash withdrawal 4 times every month from Basic Savings Account will be free. After this, 0.50% charge will have to be paid on every withdrawal, which will be at least Rs 25. However, there will be no charge for depositing money in Basic Savings Account.

There will be no fee for depositing up to Rs 10,000 in a savings account and current account other than the basic savings account. After 10 thousand 0.50% fee will be levied. Which will be minimum 25 rupees per transaction. Cash withdrawal up to Rs 25,000 per month will be free in savings and current accounts and 0.50% will be charged on every transaction thereafter.

5. Will be able to watch live cricket matches on Amazon Prime
Now you can also watch live cricket matches on Amazon’s OTT platform Prime Video. Amazon Prime Video is entering the live cricket streaming play with the Test series between New Zealand and Bangladesh from today i.e. January 1.

6. Buying a car becomes expensive
In the new year, you will have to pay a higher price to buy cars from almost all car companies including Maruti Suzuki, Renault, Honda, Toyota and Skoda. Tata Motors has increased the prices of commercial vehicles by 2.5%. Click here for more information

7. The bank will pay damages for the loss of goods kept in the bank locker.
From today, the rules of safe deposit locker in the bank have also changed. According to the new rules, if the material kept in the locker is damaged due to the fault of the bank, then the customer will be compensated up to 100 times his rent. Compensation will be given if the building in which the locker will be located, collapses or catches fire, burglary, theft or fraud by a bank employee. Click here for more information

8. Commercial gas cylinder becomes cheaper
Today, gas companies have cut the price of 19 kg commercial gas cylinder. According to IOCL, on January 1, 2022, the price of commercial gas cylinder in Delhi has come down by Rs 102 to Rs 1998.5. Where in Chennai now Rs 2131 for 19 kg LPG cylinder, the same will be payable in Mumbai for Rs 1948.50.

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