DelhiDesk State Bank of India (SBI) has announced that Rs 2,000 notes can be exchanged for new notes by visiting any of its branches without the need for any kind of documentation. SBI has even given exemptions that no forms need to be filled to exchange Rs 2,000 notes up to Rs 20,000. However, if you have a bank account, you can deposit any number of 2,000 rupee notes in it. The ban on the 2,000 rupee note has not yet been implemented and people can still use the note to purchase goods and services until September 30, 2023.

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– SBI clarifies that 2000 rupee notes can be exchanged for new notes without any documents
– Maximum of 10 notes of Rs 2000 can be changed in SBI without any documents
– No form needs to be filled to exchange Rs 2000 notes up to Rs 20,000
– Bank account holders can deposit any number of 2000 rupee notes in it, but KYC must be done
– 2000 rupee note can be used for purchases till 30 September
– RBI had banned circulation of 2000 rupee note and it has to be changed by 30 September
– SBI allows direct exchange of 2000 rupee note from the cash counter at any of its branch
– People without bank accounts can also exchange the note
– The effects of 2000 rupee note ban on the stock market and on the government’s revenue are discussed
– Other news includes decisions on income tax, domestic savings of women, and exchange of Rs 500 notes

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