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Saving Account Rules: Do not deposit this much cash in your savings account even by mistake, income tax notice will come to your home, RBI has issued guidelines

Savings Account Cash limit rules: Nowadays everyone has a bank account. It is often seen that most people prefer to open a savings account. Let us tell you, we keep our hard-earned money in savings account and for its security, RBI (RBI bank account rules) has made many rules. But most people do not know all the rules related to it. Like do you know how much maximum money you can deposit in savings? Actually, there is a limit for this too, if you deposit more amount than this (cash limit), you may also be fined. Let us know this limit in detail in the news-

From time to time, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issues new guidelines for the customers of the banking sector. It is considered mandatory for the customers associated with the banking sector to follow the guidelines issued by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI Guidelines for savings account). If you are above 18 years of age and you have an account in any private or government bank of the country, then these guidelines (savings account bank rules) can be beneficial for you too.

For your information, let us tell you that a limit (Savings account cash limit) is set by the banks for depositing money in the savings account. We can deposit cash in our savings account only as per the guidelines issued by the banks.

Savings account limit

According to the rules of the Reserve Bank of India, if you have a savings account in a bank, then you (RBI Saving account Rules) can deposit a maximum of Rs 10 lakh cash in your savings account in a financial year. If you deposit more than Rs 10 lakh cash in your savings account in a financial year (maximum cash limit of savings account), then the banks will have to give complete information about it to the Income Tax Department. Earlier, bank customers could deposit Rs 50,000 or more cash in their savings account at once (bank account cash rules), but now it has been increased to Rs 2.5 lakh. To deposit this, it is mandatory for you to provide your PAN number.

Will have to pay 60% tax

If the customers of the banking sector deposit more than 10 lakhs in their savings account in a financial year, then the Income Tax Department (Income tax notice on savings account) can also collect 60% tax on this amount from you. If you deposit more than the limit of 10 lakhs in a savings account in a financial year, then you will have to give a satisfactory answer to the Income Tax Return Department about the amount of cash deposited (IT return file). If you are unable to tell the source of income to the Income Tax Return Department, then the Income Tax Return Department will impose 60% tax, 25% surcharge and 4% cess on the deposited amount.

Income Tax Return Department can impose penalty

Under its guidelines, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has given information to the customers of the banking sector about the maximum limit of depositing cash in their savings account, debit card, ATM card, fees, check charges etc. While making people aware (Income tax department penalty), Reserve Bank of India has said that if a person does not follow the guidelines given, then the Income Tax Return Department can impose a penalty on him.

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Bhupendra Pratap
Bhupendra Pratap
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