IT dept asks banks to refund charges collected on RuPay, UPI transactions

New Delhi, Aug 31: The Income Tax department asked banks to refund the charges collected on or after January 1, 2020, on transactions carried out through electronic modes like RuPay cards or BHIM-UPI. The Central Board of Direct Taxes

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