7 changes that will take effect on September 1

These new rules will be implemented from September 1: after two days, a new month will begin and new rules will apply from the start of the new month. LPG cylinder prices are fixed on the 1st of the month.

Read this article to know the price changes you will face from September 1st.

Every month, many new or updated rules go into effect on day one. It is important to know these rules because they have a direct impact on the daily life of an average person. Let’s discover these guidelines.

LPG price

LPG prices will be fixed on 1 September. This time, prices could go up or down.

Real estate will get expensive in Ghaziabad

This update is for you if you are planning to buy a property in Ghaziabad. In Ghaziabad, there would be a 4 to 2% increase in the circular rate. This increase will take effect on September 1, 2022.

Prime Minister Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana

Additionally, farmers in PM Kisan must complete eKYC by August 31, 2022. Farmers’ 12th installment may not be paid if e-KYC is not completed by August 31.

High toll charges

You will now have to pay a higher toll if traveling to Delhi via the Yamuna Highway. Now you have to pay extra 10 paise per kilometer for small vehicles like a car. In addition, trucks and other large commercial vehicles will have to pay a toll of 52 paise per kilometer.

PNB KYC Update

Many banks have been warning their customers to complete Know Your Customer (KYC) over the past few months. By completing KYC, consumer bank accounts will be active and functional, enabling simple financial transactions among other things. Customers of public sector banks of Punjab National Bank are requested to update their KYC. As of August 31, 2022, the bank has required all customers to complete their KYC.

All cars are going to be expensive

If you are also planning to buy Audi, they are going to be expensive. The new prices for Audi vehicles will take effect on September 20, 2022 and will increase by 2.4%.

Now the insurance agent will receive this commission

The IRDAI has modified the general insurance regulations. Instead of receiving a 30-35% commission, the insurance agent will now only receive 20%. Also, it will reduce people’s bounty and they will get relief.

First published on: August 30, 2022, 05:30 IST

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