Change in rules: This rule has changed from November 1, know how it will affect your pocket

Rule changes: On the first day of every month, many great changes take place in the country. These changes directly affect the pocket of common people. The first month of November started with inflation. Today, November 1, 2023, oil marketing companies have given a big shock to the common man. Oil companies have hiked the prices of 19 kg commercial gas cylinders drastically. However, there was no change in domestic gas prices. At the same time, there has been a change in the GST rules from 1 November 2023. Are there any rule changes from today? It is very important for common people to know.

Commercial gas cylinder prices have increased

At the beginning of every month, oil marketing companies change the price of LPG. Oil companies have increased the price of 19 kg commercial gas cylinders by over Rs 100 on November 1, 2023. However, the price of 14 kg domestic gas cylinder has not increased.

The second big change at the beginning of November is for air passengers. The steady rise in Air Turbine Fuel (ATF) prices has stalled. After successive hikes, on November 1, 2023, OMCs finally reduced the price of ATF by Rs 1074 per kilolitre. These prices are effective today from 1 November 2023

Transaction fees

The Bombay Stock Exchange i.e. BSE had on October 20 announced that it would increase transaction charges in the equity derivatives segment from November 1. These changes will be applied to S&P BSE Sensex Options An increase in transaction costs can have a negative impact on traders, especially retail investors.

The government will launch the app in action mode on complaints received under Pradhan Mantri Kishan Yojana to facilitate tasks like e-sign and KYC.

The third major change from today is related to GST. According to the National Informatics Centre, it was announced that from November 1, 2023, traders with a turnover of Rs 100 crore or more will have to upload GST invoices on the e-invoice portal within 30 days. This rule has been implemented. From today traders..

Ban on these buses in Delhi

To curb rising pollution, entry of BS-3 and BS-4 diesel buses has been banned in Delhi-NCR from November 1. In such a situation, such diesel buses coming from Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan adjoining Delhi will not be able to enter the capital Delhi. Now only Electric, CNG and Bharat Stage (BS-6) buses can enter Delhi.

KYC is required for insured persons

From November 1, 2023, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) has made KYC (Know Your Customer) mandatory for all insured persons. This decision will have a direct impact on insurance policyholders from 1st November

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