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Monday, April 5, 2021

Postoffice withdrawn moner and credit rules change

 Rule: The rules for withdrawing and depositing money from the post office have changed, there is also a charge for issuing a mini statement

 The day before

 There will be a charge of Rs 25 for more than 4 transactions on a basic savings account


 This is important news for you if your account is in the post office.  The rules regarding savings account in the post office have changed.  This new rule is effective April 1, 2021.  India Post Payment Bank has now decided to charge for withdrawals, deposits and AEPS (Aadhaar based payment system).  That means you also have to pay a charge for depositing and withdrawing money.

 What is the charge on a Basic Savings Account?

 If you have a basic savings account, you will not have to pay any charge for withdrawing money 4 times, but for transactions above that you will have to pay a charge of Rs 25 or 0.5 per cent.  As well as no charge for depositing money.

 How much will be charged on savings and current account?

 If you have a savings and current account, you can withdraw Rs 25,000 per month.  You will have to pay a charge of Rs 25 for withdrawing more than that.  Also, if you deposit cash up to Rs 10,000, there will be no charge, but if you deposit more than that, there will be a charge of at least Rs 25 per deposit.

 India Post AEPS account will be charged

 There are unlimited free transactions on the IPPB network, but for non-IPPB only three free transactions can be done.  This rule is for mini statement, cash withdrawal and cash deposit.  Once the free limit is met in IPPB, a charge has to be paid on the transaction.  A charge of Rs 20 will be levied on any deposit after the limit is met.

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 There is a charge for issuing a mini statement

 In addition, if the customer wants to make a mini statement, you will have to pay Rs.  If you transact money after the limit is met, 1% of the transaction amount will be deducted from your account, however the minimum is Rs 1 and the maximum is Rs 25.  GST and cess will also be levied on this charge.

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