Commercial gas cylinder prices reduced by Rs 32: Buying electric vehicles has become expensive, these 6 big changes happened from today

Commercial gas cylinder prices reduced by Rs 32: Buying electric vehicles has become expensive, these 6 big changes happened from today

The new financial year 2024-25 has started from today i.e. 1st April. This new year has brought with it many changes. From today the price of commercial gas cylinder has decreased by Rs 32. At the same time, to buy electric vehicles, you will have to pay a higher price. Apart from this, SBI has also increased the annual maintenance fee of debit card. We are telling you about 6 such changes, which will have a direct impact on you… 1. The price of commercial gas cylinder reduced by Rs 32. Oil marketing companies have reduced the price of 19 kg commercial cylinder by Rs 32 from today. went. The price in Delhi has now reduced by Rs 30.50 to Rs 1764.50. Earlier it was available for Rs 1795. Whereas in Kolkata the cylinder is now available at Rs 1879, down by Rs 32. Earlier its price was Rs 1911. In Mumbai, the cylinder price has reduced by Rs 31.50 from Rs 1749 to Rs 1717.50. Cylinder is available for Rs 1930 in Chennai. However, there is no change in the price of 14.2 KG domestic gas cylinder. It is available for ₹ 803 in Delhi, ₹ 829 in Kolkata, ₹ 802.50 in Mumbai and ₹ 818.50 in Chennai. 2. You will have to pay more charges for SBI debit card. SBI has increased the annual maintenance fee related to some debit cards by Rs 75. After this increase, the annual fee for Classic-Silver-Global-Contaclass Debit Card will be Rs 200 instead of Rs 125. GST will be added separately to this. 3. Fastag without KYC will be deactivated. If you have not updated the KYC of your car’s Fastag from the bank, it can become inactive from today. After this, payment will not be made despite having balance in Fastag. To activate it again, you will have to update KYC. 4. Buying electric vehicles has become expensive. Buying electric vehicles has become expensive from today. This is because the government has stopped the subsidy available under Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles (FAME-II). Under this scheme, subsidy up to Rs 22,500 was given. However, the government has launched the Electric Mobility Promotion Scheme (EMPS) from today. It will remain valid till 31 July 2024. Under the new scheme, subsidy of up to Rs 10,000 will be available on electric two-wheelers. And subsidy up to Rs 25,000 will be available on three wheelers. Apart from this, Kia, Toyota and Tata have increased the prices of their vehicles from today. Different rates will be applicable according to different models and variants of vehicles. Recently, Tata had said that due to increase in input cost, it has decided to increase the prices. 5. New tax regime by default for paying income tax: From today, the government has made the new tax regime the default. In such a situation, if you have to pay tax under the old tax regime, then you will have to choose it. The government had given the option of a new tax regime in 2020. No deductions are applicable in the new tax regime. Click here for more information about both tax regimes 6. You will not be able to invest in foreign ETFs: Now you will not be able to invest in those mutual fund schemes which invest money in foreign ETFs i.e. exchange traded funds. Stock market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has banned mutual funds from taking new investments from this date. SEBI’s order has come because the maximum limit of investment in foreign ETFs is fixed at 1 billion dollars (about ₹ 8,332 crore). Investment in this has now reached close to this limit. Regarding this, SEBI has also written a letter to the Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI), the organization that heads mutual fund houses in the country. There is no change in the prices of petrol and diesel. There has been no change in the prices of petrol and diesel even today i.e. on April 1 (Monday). At present, petrol in Delhi is being sold at Rs 94.72 per liter while diesel is being sold at Rs 87.62 per litre. Whereas in Mumbai, petrol is available at Rs 106.31 and diesel at Rs 94.27 per litre. There has been no change in the prices of petrol and diesel for almost one and a half years.

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