Old notes exchange last date in India 31-03-2017 Old Rs.500, Rs.1000

Old notes of Rs.500, Rs.1000 exchange last date was only till 30 December 2016. After this date demonetized specialized bank notes (SBN) cannot be exchanged else where as last date has been over. Now old notes exchange date is only for Resident Indians who were not in country till 30-12-2016. […]
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How to deposit old notes in RBI, Banks and what is last date for NRI, Residents .etc.

Demonetisation impact that started on 8 November 2016 has not been completely over. Five month time for exchanging old banned notes is coming to an end on 31st March 2017 (31-3-17). Withdrawal limits on bank accounts of all types including savings, current account .etc. has been completely removed from 13 […]
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Latest Withdrawal Limits of Cash through Bank Accounts, ATM’s in India

ATM daily withdrawal limits on bank accounts are completely removed, now it’s possible to withdraw up to Rs.50,000 from a savings account daily. This is a great change after impact of demonetization in India. So from 13-3-2017 there be no bank withdrawal limit India applicable for transactions through ATM’s or direct […]
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Cash withdrawal limit from banks in India using Cheque, withdrawal slips after Currency demonetization

ATM cash withdrawals limits has been changed to Rs.50,000 per week from 20 February 2017. And from 13 March 2017 the weekly limits in savings bank accounts will be removed completely. Direct withdrawals from bank accounts using withdrawal slips of self cheques can be done easily to any allowed limit […]
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Withdrawal limit removed ATM savings, current, cash credit, overdraft accounts

Withdrawal limit removed for different types of ban accounts in India from 1 February 2017. As per Reserve Bank of India (RBI) instructions withdrawal limit removed completely on current accounts, cash credit accounts, overdraft accounts. RBI has removed limit on withdrawal from these accounts with immediate effect from 1-2-17 to […]
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Cash withdrawal and Deposit limit in India till 31-12-16 on Bank Accounts

Cash withdrawal and Deposit limit was never been imposed on Indian bank accounts till 8th November 2016. This was day when Indian Prime minister Narendra Modi led BJP government announced decision to demonetize Rs.500, Rs.1000 currency notes. At time of announcing of demonetization it was said that people should adjust […]
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New Cash Withdrawal Limits by RBI on Deposits from Bank Accounts

From 1 February 2017 there will be new cash withdrawal limits specified by Reserve Bank of India (RBI). In present situation there has been huge demand from people to make relaxations in withdrawal amounts from bank accounts. Presently there is Rs.24000 weekly limit withdrawal on savings bank accounts and ATM […]
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No Limit on Withdrawal limits after 30 December 2016 in India after Demonetisation

What is current ATM withdrawal limit in India today. This is now most asked question by all after demonetisation on 8th November 2016. Now after lot of struggles standing in queue for hours and getting little cash withdrawal per day everyone is felling tired. Narendra Modi led BJP Government’s decision […]
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New ATM withdrawal limits at India to withdraw cash, ATM Transactions Charges, Fees ?

From 1 February 2017, daily ATM withdrawal limit has been increased to Rs.24,000. But there will be no change in weekly withdrawal amount of Rs.24000. ATM Transactions Charges has been started by all banks including State Bank of Inida (SBI) from January 2017. So if your ATM transactions exceeds 5 […]
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What are latest Weekly Cash withdrawal limits today as per RBI instructions in Indian banks

As on 1 February 2017 Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has announced that all cash withdrawal limit on bank accounts have been removed with immediate effect excluding savings accounts. ATM withdrawal daily limit from savings accounts have been removed. Now all account holders can withdraw up to Rs.24,000 which is […]
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