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New Rules in June: New rules that will come into force in June… that will affect your money

New Rules in June Some new rules are going to come into effect in June. That includes things that affect your money.

When the new month comes New Rules(New Rules) will come into force. There are many new rules coming into effect in June as well. In that you Effect on money There are also rules for showing. So it is necessary to know those new rules. Otherwise you will have to face difficulties. Aadhaar Card(Aadhaar Card), Fixed Deposits, Investments, Electric Scooters… New rules and regulations are going to be implemented in many areas. Find out what those rules are and how many rules affect you.

Aadhaar Card: Aadhaar Card Alert for those. There is no need to pay a single rupee till June 14 to update Aadhaar card details online. After that, if you update the Aadhaar details online, you will have to pay a fee of Rs.50.

Bank Account: Alert for those who forgot to deposit money in fixed deposit and savings account in banks. From June 1Banks are going to call and give more money. June 1 The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is going to start a 100-day campaign. will settle the unclaimed amount.

Mutual Funds: You can invest in the mutual funds scheme in the name of the child from the bank account without the need to open a new account in the name of the child. Sebi, the market regulator, recently disclosed this matter. This new rule will come into effect from June 15, 2023.

SBI Scheme: State Bank of India (SBI) has extended the maturity of Amrit Kalash Deposit Scheme. You can join this scheme till June 30. This is a special fixed deposit scheme offered by SBI with a maturity of 400 days. In this scheme, senior citizens will get 7.6 percent interest and others will get 7.1 percent interest.

Electric Scooter: Those who want to buy an electric scooter are in for a shock from June 1. Union Ministry of Heavy Industries has changed the incentives for Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles (FAME) 2 scheme. The maximum subsidy limit has been reduced from 40 percent to 15 percent. It has been reduced from Rs.15,000 per kWh to Rs.10,000 per kWh on electric two-wheelers.

LPG Gas Cylinder: Alert for LPG gas cylinder buyers. Oil companies revise the prices of gas cylinders on the 1st of every month. Gas cylinder price may decrease, increase or remain stable. And we have to see whether the prices will increase or decrease on June 1.

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