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Interest payable /

Periodicity

Denomination & investment limit

Salient features

(1) 5 Year Post Office Monthly Account

8.4 % p.a., payable monthly commencing from the date of deposit

In multiples of Rs. 1500 subject to maximum of Rs. 4.5 lakh in single account and Rs. 9 lakh in joint account

Maturity period is 5 years.  Can be closed prematurely after 1 year.  If the account is closed after 1 year but before the expiry of 3 years, 2 % of the deposit shall be deducted.  If the account is closed after expiry of 3 years, 1 % of the deposit shall be deducted

 

 

 

 

(2) 15 Year Public Provident Fund Account

8.7 % p.a. (compounded yearly)

Minimum Rs. 500, maximum Rs. 1 lakh in a financial year.   Deposits can be made in one lumpsum or in 12 installments

Deposits qualify for deduction from income tax under Section 80 C of IT Act.  Interest is completely tax free.  Withdrawal is permissible every year from 7th financial year.  Loan facility is available from 3rd financial year.  No attachment under any court decree or the other order.  Account matures on completion of 15 complete financial years from the end of the year in which the account was opened.  Account can be extended, after maturity, for any number of block period of 5 years with further deposits.  The account can be retained indefinitely without further deposit after maturity with prevailing rate of interest.  Account can be opened in post offices as well as designated branches of nationalized and private banks authorized to operate PPF account.

 

(3) Post Office Time Deposit Account

Interest payable annually but calculated quarterly

1 year– 8.4 %

2 year-8.4 %

3 year-8.4 %

5 year-8.5 %

 

Minimum Rs. 200 and in multiples thereof.  No maximum limit

Account may be opened by an individual.  2, 3 & 5 Year accounts can be closed after 6 months, with a discount of

1 % in payable interest rate.  If the account is closed after 6 months but before 1 year interest payable on POSB account will be paid.  Deposits in 5 Year TD account qualify for deduction under Section

80 C of IT Act

 

(4) 5 Year Post Office Recurring Deposit Account

The maturity value of Rs. 10 denomination account is Rs. 744.53.  can be continued for another 5 years on year-to-year basis

Minimum Rs. 10 per month or any amount in multiples of Rs. 5.  No maximum limit

One withdrawal upto 50 % of the balance after 1 year.  Full maturity value allowed on RD account restricted to that of Rs. 50 denomination in case of death of depositor subject to fulfillment of certain conditions.  6 and 12 months advance deposits earn rebate.

 

(5) Post Office Savings Account

4 % p.a.

Minimum Rs. 50 Maximum – no limit

Cheque facility is available.  Interest earned upto Rs 10000 in a financial year is exempt from Income Tax under IT Act.

 

(6) National Savings Certificate VIII Issue

Interest @ 8.5 % compounded 6 monthly but payable at maturity.  Certificate matures after 5 years Rs. 100 grow to Rs. 151.62 in 5 years. Annual accrual of interest on investment of Rs. 100 is as under and in proportion

for other denominations

1st year-Rs.8.68

2nd year-Rs.9.43

3rd year-Rs.10.25

4th year-Rs.11.14

5th year-Rs.12.11

Minimum Rs.100

Maximum-no limit.

Available in denominations of

 Rs. 100, 500,

1000, 5,000, & 10000

A single holder type certificate can be purchased by an adult for himself or on behalf of a minor.  Deposits qualify for deduction from income under Section 80 C of IT Act.  The interest accrued annually but deemed to be reinvested will also qualify for deduction under Section 80 C of IT Act.

(7) National Savings Certificate IX Issue

Interest @ 8.8 % compounded 6 monthly but payable at maturity.  Certificate matures after 10 years

Rs. 100 grow to Rs. 236.60 in 10 years. Annual accrual of interest on investment of Rs. 100 is as under and in proportion for other denominations

1st year-Rs. 8.99

2nd year-Rs.9.80

3rd year-Rs.10.68

4th year-Rs.11.64

5th year-Rs.12.69

6th year-Rs.13.83

7th year-Rs.15.08

8th year-Rs.16.43

9th year-Rs.19.52

Minimum Rs.100

Maximum-no limit.

Available in denominations of

 Rs. 100, 500,

1000, 5,000, & 10000

A single holder type certificate can be purchased by an adult for himself or on behalf of a minor.  Deposits qualify for deduction from income under Section 80 C of IT Act.  The interest accrued annually but deemed to be reinvested will also qualify for deduction under Section 80 C of IT Act.

 (8) Senior Citizen’s Savings Schemes

9.3% p.a. interest shall be payable from the date of deposit to 31st March / 30th June / 30th September / 31st December as the case may be and thereafter interest shall be payable on the last working day of the next quarter.

In multiples of Rs. 1000 and maximum Rs. 15 lakh

An individual who has attained the age of 60 years or above on the date of opening of account or an individual who has attained the age of 55 years or more and who has retired under VRS / SVRS, can open an account individually or jointly with his spouse.  Retired personnel of Defence services (excluding Civil Defence Employees) can subscribe to this scheme irrespective of the age limit subject to fulfillment of specified conditions.






 

* Rates of interest mentioned above or the maturity value is effective from 1st April 2015.

* Deposits in National Savings Schemes are fully exempt from Wealth Tax.

* Nomination and transfer of account / certificate from one place to another and from one deposit accepting agency to other in case of PPF  / SCSS account are available

 

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