Bank announces Financial Results for quarter/year ended, 31st March 2023.
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Bank of Baroda offers various types of personal banking cards such as Credit, Debit, Prepaid, Business & Travel Cards. Choose the one best suited card for your needs.
Customer desirous of availing these facilities should submit an application form in the prescribed format to the branch where he/she maintains his/her account. After registration, customers of AnyBOB will be provided with a smart card and PIN (Personal Identification Number); ID & PIN will be provided to the users of Dial BOB and Connect BOB products. For security reasons, customers are advised to change the present PIN before using the facilities and also at frequent intervals.
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You can avail this service within the common banking hours of both the base branch & operating branch. Base branch is the branch where you maintain your account and operating branch is where you desire to avail the facility. Operating Branch can be any designated branch of your city.
You can avail these services from anywhere in India and abroad, all the 24 hours through a telephone/mobile phone (for DialBOB) or PC/laptop (for ConnectBOB).
Baroda Omni products are offered in a highly secured environment using state-of-the-srt smart card based technology, electronic digital certificates, etc. Access to Baroda Omni services is based on ID & PIN. ID & PIN are given to the customer after registration under the scheme. Only customer knows the PIN. For security reasons you are advised to change the PIN at frequent intervals and not to share with any one or write his/her PIN on any piece of paper, not in his/her exclusive custody.
A smart card is a card similar to a plastic ATM or credit card but with a chip embedded on it. The main function of a smart card is the identification of the user and authentication of the card by the system. It is tamper proof and secret information cannot be read by anyone other than the customer himself.
When the card is lost you should immediately inform your branch/control centre and also submit a written application to the base branch. The loss of card message will be intimated to Baroda Omni control centre and the card will be hotlisted.
Other than the cardholder, nobody else can use the smart card. Smart card identifies the customer in four different ways photograph, signature, personal identification number i.e. his secret PIN and online verification of his account. PINs are to be kept secret.
If the card is lost you should report to the base branch/control centre immediately. Base branch will intimate the message to Baroda Omni control centre and your card will be hotlisted. Once a card is hotlisted that card cannot be used anywhere else.
You have to instruct your dealer/representative to deposit your cheque at our identified collection centre. You may also avail our pickup facility.
Yes, you can avail the services even if you are not maintaining the account at the base branch. For more information and details on procedure of availing the service, contact the branch manager of the base branch.
An individual, proprietorship and partnership firm, limited company and even a limited liability partnership can open a current account. For specific eligibility criteria on current account opening, contact the nearest branch.
One of the benefits of a current account is the low minimum average quarterly balance. However, this amount varies based on the type of current account you hold. Ask your relationship manager or bank executive for more details.
With a current account, you can do a large number of transactions in a single day. You also access several banking services free of charge, depending on the type of current account. This includes applying for overdraft facilities on your current account.
FATCA is an acronym for the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, a new set of U.S. Tax Regulations brought in by the U.S. Government. to prevent the tax evasion by U.S. Nationals and the same enacted through the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), which is similar to the Income Tax Department in India.
IGA between India and the U.S. was signed on 09/07/2015.
The primary goal of FATCA is to obtain information from countries other than (reporting) USA about U.S. persons. FATCA would help the U.S.A. to detect and prevent offshore tax evasion by U.S. persons by identifying them and collecting the appropriate tax on their holding financial assets outside the U.S.
CRS stands for Common Reporting Standard. To combat the problem of offshore tax evasion and avoidance and stashing of unaccounted money abroad requiring cooperation amongst tax authorities, the G20 and OECD countries working together developed a Common Reporting Standard (CRS) on Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI). The CRS on AEOI was presented to G20 Leaders in Brisbane on 16/11/2014.
India signed up for CRS on 03/06/2015..
The primary goal of CRS is to combat the problem of offshore tax evasion and avoidance and stashing of unaccounted money abroad through mutual exchange of information among countries. 98 countries are the member of CRS.
Collect and report information about account holders held by residents in other countries to their tax authorities through Automatic Exchange of Information. Information relates to individuals, shell companies and trusts having beneficial ownership or interest in the ‘resident’ countries.
Necessary legislative changes have been made through Finance (No.2) Act, 2014, by amending section 285BA of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Income Tax Rules, 1962 were amended by inserting Rules 114F to 114H and Form 61B to provide a legal basis for the Reporting Financial Institutions for maintaining and reporting information.
In case of an individual, the name, address, Taxpayer Identification Number and date and place of birth of each reportable person.
Information regarding the reportable person should be reported to CBDT every year.
If you are not a U.S. Person, still you have to give self-certification stating non US tax residency. We have to abide by guidelines issued by Regulatory Authorities. In the absence of you providing the necessary details, we may not be able to process your application to open the account.
You need not to provide us the self-certification again unless there are a change in circumstances, which results in change in your Tax Residency Status.
No, before ascertaining your tax residency status, bank will not provide any information to the U.S./any other country. This is why the bank obtains Self-Certification/Documents. If it is verified that you are not a tax resident of the U.S. or any other country, the bank will not depart with any information to anyone.
It will depend upon your residency status at the cutoff date for the submission of information. However, you should update your account details as and when there is any change in circumstances which results in a change in your tax residency.
The Inter Governmental Agreement signed on 9/07/2015 between the U.S.A. and India made it mandatory for the banks to provide necessary information to the Indian Tax Authorities, which will then be transmitted to the U.S.A. periodically. Banks are required to provide information about the accounts held with them by the U.S persons or entities controlled by the U.S persons.
FATCA/CRS will be enforced on the U.S. person/tax resident of a country outside India only and not on any other person who is tax resident of India.
Under FATCA/CRS, banks provide only provide information about the accounts held with them by a U.S. person or entities controlled by the U.S. persons. Banks are under no obligation, to verify the source of funds in the account.
Under the extant Inter Governmental Agreement, certain categories of accounts are exempted from reporting. Accounts with a balance below the threshold limit (US$ 50,000) are subject to non-reporting.
No, there is no such obligation has been imposed on banks in the extant Inter Governmental Agreement.
Under provisions of section 114H (8), bank will close down your account. However, the details of your account will be informed to the CBDT under the category of “Recalcitrant Accounts”.
All commercial, current, savings bank and term deposit accounts are covered under FATCA/CRS
No. All Banks and other Financial Organisations will be affected by FATCA, however, their approach to adopting FATCA may differ. Bank of Baroda is committed to becoming fully FATCA-compliant in all countries where we operate.
FATCA legislation will impact both personal and business customers who hold an account, policy or agreement with Bank of Baroda.
No. The impacts of FATCA are wider than just the U.S. companies. Bank of Baroda is reaching out to many business customers to determine their status under FATCA. The aim of this exercise is to identify customers which are reportable under FATCA. We will be communicating with customers who need to take further action..
In order to establish your tax status under FATCA, the Bank may need you to provide additional information/documentation. This documentation could be a declaration or a U.S. tax form from the IRS. Bank will communicate with the affected customers that need to complete these forms and detailing, when they will need to be completed.
FATCA does not replace the existing U.S. tax regimes, it may however, add additional requirements and complexity to the existing tax rules you may already follow.
The way in which Banks and Financial Organisations collect information from their customers in order to confirm their tax status under FATCA may vary. This may mean that in some instances you are asked for different documentation from Bank of Baroda than another Bank.
The information reported the local tax authority will depend on the FATCA classification of the customer. This information will typically be of a personal nature in relation to the substantial U.S, owners of a business (for example: name, address, U.S. Taxpayer Identification Number), and of a financial nature (e.g. account number, account balance/value). We will be communicating with the affected customers in detail on these requirements.
Yes. If the Bank requires further information from you, we will either send you the relevant forms or will contact you.
In general, customers should supply the requested documentation and information by the date contained within the communication.
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