New financial rules in November 2023: October ends and November begins. In such a situation, many financial changes are going to happen with the beginning of the new month, which will have a direct impact on the pockets of common people. Take a look at what changes are going to happen in this festive season which will have a direct impact on the pockets of common people.
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Banks will remain closed for so many days in November!
There are many bank holidays in November due to Dhanteras, Diwali, Vaphonta, Chhath etc. Banks will remain closed for a total of 15 days including Saturday and Sunday in various states of the country. In such a situation, if you have important work related to the bank in the next month, then plan your holidays only after seeing the list. Otherwise you may have to face problems later.
lpg cylinder price
Government oil companies fix the prices of LPG, PNG and CNG on the 1st of every month. In such a situation, it has to be seen whether the government increases the prices by pushing the common people just before the festival or keeps the prices stable.
laptop import deadline
The Central Government had given exemption on import of HSN 8741 category laptops, personal computers and other electronic items. Now the government has not yet taken any decision on what changes will come in this regard in November.
BSE increases transaction charges in equity derivatives segment
Bombay Stock Exchange i.e. BSE made a big announcement on 20 October 2023 saying that it is going to increase its transaction fees in the equity derivatives segment. This charge will be imposed on S&P BSE Sensex options, which will have the biggest impact on retail investors.
Activating lapsed policy of LIC policy holder
If any of your LIC policies have lapsed and you want to restart it, you have time till October 31. LIC has launched a special campaign (LIC Policy Revival Campaign). Life Insurance Corporation of India has informed that in this special campaign, 30% discount on late fee and maximum discount of Rs 3,000 will be given on premium of Rs 1 lakh. Where 30% discount is available between Rs 1 lakh to Rs 3 lakh, maximum up to Rs 3500 and above Rs 3 lakh, 30% discount is available up to Rs 4000. In such a situation, you have the last chance to take advantage of this discount.