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Reyyyy Bodiaaaaaa

 

kukkaaaaa saaavu sastaaaav....

my icici bank account was sent a GST invoice for the month of march.... andulo 2 transactions.... okati na SBI account ki 7k and another one to my InLaw account 15k... for both these transactions 11.8 INR GST tax anta....

 

ilaaa kudaa peeku tintunnaru janaala deggara

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45 minutes ago, sskmaestro said:

Reyyyy Bodiaaaaaa

 

kukkaaaaa saaavu sastaaaav....

my icici bank account was sent a GST invoice for the month of march.... andulo 2 transactions.... okati na SBI account ki 7k and another one to my InLaw account 15k... for both these transactions 11.8 INR GST tax anta....

 

ilaaa kudaa peeku tintunnaru janaala deggara

Doesn't such tax imposing moves by Govt only encourage paper money exchanges?

Edited by JAYAM_NANI

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3 hours ago, Chandasasanudu said:

ee XXXXX malla digital money antadu.....ekkada card geekali anna 2% kattali...malla income tax endukur tea kottu kukka

desh keliye dharm keliye, aa matram koda cheyalera meru you anti national

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5 hours ago, sskmaestro said:

Reyyyy Bodiaaaaaa

 

kukkaaaaa saaavu sastaaaav....

my icici bank account was sent a GST invoice for the month of march.... andulo 2 transactions.... okati na SBI account ki 7k and another one to my InLaw account 15k... for both these transactions 11.8 INR GST tax anta....

 

ilaaa kudaa peeku tintunnaru janaala deggara

Don't do IMPS bro.  use RTGS payment mode which takes 2 hrs credit amount. 

Blunder is most of the people doesn't  knows this and they are not giving any awareness programs. 

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1 hour ago, Suresh_Ongole said:

Don't do IMPS bro.  use RTGS payment mode which takes 2 hrs credit amount. 

Blunder is most of the people doesn't  knows this and they are not giving any awareness programs. 

IMPs chargeable kada 

RTGS is not chargeable ? I doubt on this 

NEFT ite no charges anukunta 

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16 minutes ago, kanagalakiran said:

IMPs chargeable kada 

RTGS is not chargeable ? I doubt on this 

NEFT ite no charges anukunta 

depends on account type koda , konni accounts ki IMPs koda freee ney , NEFT is chargeable okkosari

 

Google Pay vadukodam better if less amounts

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57 minutes ago, kanagalakiran said:

IMPs chargeable kada 

RTGS is not chargeable ? I doubt on this 

NEFT ite no charges anukunta 

For me RTGS and NEFT both are free. I am using HDFC current account. 

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17 minutes ago, Gunner said:

Transaction meeda bank charge cheste, GST apply avthundi..... Bank charge cheyakunte, GST vundadu.... 

 

Hahaha 

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12 hours ago, kanagalakiran said:

IMPs chargeable kada 

RTGS is not chargeable ? I doubt on this 

NEFT ite no charges anukunta 

My transactions are always NEFT.... still getting invoice for GST on transactions 

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2 hours ago, sskmaestro said:

My transactions are always NEFT.... still getting invoice for GST on transactions 

Neeku special emo brother 

may be pakodasab neeku spl duty echadu emo😀😀🤣

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8 minutes ago, KING007 said:

Mails check chesukondi, GST invoice pampinchi untaru Bank vallu... 

Naku ila vachhindi

 

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Us to India transfer aa brother 

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Posted (edited)
30 minutes ago, kanagalakiran said:

Us to India transfer aa brother 

Nenu undedi india lo ne

Ikkadi accounts ke transfers chesa, endo ee GST

Edited by KING007

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56 minutes ago, KING007 said:

Nenu undedi india lo ne

Ikkadi accounts ke transfers chesa, endo ee GST

Naaku enka raaledu chudali

mine is Hdfc savings 

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RBI has waived any fee from banks for transfers and instructed banks to pass on benefits to customers.Its your bank which is silently levying. 

Take it up with your bank... or shift to a bank which provides free transfers.. 

You paid fee on transfer which is a chargeable service as per your bank and it attracts gst. 

Just a banks issue and not a policy of governance as you mentioned. 

 

 

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Posted (edited)
On 4/10/2021 at 10:32 AM, Chandasasanudu said:

ee XXXXX malla digital money antadu.....ekkada card geekali anna 2% kattali...malla income tax endukur tea kottu kukka

It's MDR levied by banks and borne by merchant who utilise POS terminal (not borne by the consumer) 

Income tax is government money and MDR is banks money 

Hope you understand the difference. 

 

Edited by ntrrules7

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2 hours ago, kanagalakiran said:

As per experience 

school fees have to be paid online only....when you do so you need to transaction charges

nenu vallu share chesina link through kakunda direct NEFT chesi proof email chestha to escape those extra charges

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12 minutes ago, sskmaestro said:

Except yes bank all others started this $hit.... sooner or later you will see..... 

account type ni batti kuda vuntundi... Salary accounts ki usual NEFT charges waive off chestai most banks.. Normal savings accounts ki charge chestaru

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2 hours ago, Gunner said:

account type ni batti kuda vuntundi... Salary accounts ki usual NEFT charges waive off chestai most banks.. Normal savings accounts ki charge chestaru

great Digital India ammaaa.....

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13 hours ago, ntrrules7 said:

It's MDR levied by banks and borne by merchant who utilise POS terminal (not borne by the consumer) 

Income tax is government money and MDR is banks money 

Hope you understand the difference. 

Ainni Comrade ani anthuke anta...avesam ekkuva...and...😁

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