Financial Rules: These rules related to money will change from May 1

Money Rules Changing: These rules related to money will change from May 1

Business News, New Delhi. Financial Rules Changing from 1 May 2024: The month of April will now end in a few days. With the beginning of May, there will be changes in many rules which will directly impact the pockets of common people.

From the first of May, there is going to be a change in the price of LPG cylinder and the charges related to the savings account of ICICI Bank. In such a situation, we are giving you information about what things are going to change from next month.

There is going to be a change in the rules of Yes Bank's savings account

According to the information given on the official website of Yes Bank, the minimum average balance of different variants of savings account has been changed. Now the minimum average balance in Yes Bank Pro Max has become Rs 50,000. The maximum charge has been fixed at Rs 1000.

Whereas in Saving Account Pro Plus Yes Respect SA and Yes Essence SA, the minimum average balance (MAB) limit has now been fixed at Rs 25,000. The maximum charge for this account has been fixed at Rs 750. The minimum balance in the bank's Account PRO is Rs 10,000. The maximum fee in this has now become Rs 750.

Changed rules of ICICI Bank

ICICI Bank has changed the rules of service charge related to its savings account. Now for debit card, customers will have to pay an annual fee of Rs 99 in rural areas and Rs 200 in urban areas. Now you will not have to pay any fee for the 25 page check book of the bank. After this you will have to pay a fee of Rs 4 per page. Now the transaction amount of IMPS has been fixed between Rs 2.50 to Rs 15 per transaction.

Change in LPG cylinder prices

On the first of every month, oil companies change the prices of domestic and commercial LPG gas cylinders. In such a situation, change in gas prices is possible on the first of May.

HDFC Bank extended the deadline of special FD scheme

HDFC Bank, the country's largest private sector bank, has extended the deadline for the special FD scheme offered to senior citizens i.e. HDFC Bank Senior Citizen Care FD to May 10. Under this scheme, the bank is offering 0.75 percent higher interest rate to senior citizens.

In such a situation, customers are getting the benefit of 7.75 percent interest rate on FD scheme for 5 to 10 years. Under this scheme, senior citizens can deposit up to Rs 5 crore.


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