• DHFL Fixed Deposit (FD) Rates 2019

    DHFL offers a number of financial products and Fixed Deposits (FDs) are also one among their product offerings. The interest rate paid by DHFL is very good and more than what an average bank would pay. The rates paid will be different based on the type of term deposit scheme chosen by the customer. Read on further to know more about the interest rates on DHFL FDs.

    Given below is the revised/updated list of DHFL FD rates for 2019:

    DHFL Cumulative FD rates
    Investment period Rate for regular FDs (per annum) Senior Citizen FD rates (per annum)
    12 months 7.70% 7.95%
    14 months 7.75% 8.00%
    24 months 7.80% 8.05%
    36 months 7.85% 8.10%
    40 months 7.90% 8.15%
    48 months to 120 months 8.00% 8.25%

    *FD rates may be revised from time to time

    DHFL Cumulative term deposit interest rates:

    • All DHFL cumulative term deposits pay a very good rate of interest and the higher the tenure, the more the rate of interest
    • The most highly paying deposit tenure is 48 months to 120 months, where the gain rate stands at a whopping 8.00% p.a. and 8.25% for senior citizens
    • Those who fall in the senior citizen slab get a comparatively better rate of return that ranges from 8.00% p.a. to 8.25% p.a., for tenures ranging from 14 months  to 120 months
    • For regular deposits the rate of interest varies from 7.70% p.a. to 8.00% p.a.
    • For 40 months, the rate of interest paid is 7.90% p.a. and for 36 months, the rate paid is 7.85% p.a.
    • Those who are 60 years and above can get 8.15% p.a. for investing in a period of 40 months

    DHFL Non-Cumulative Term Deposit Interest Rates

    DHFL FD rates (monthly)
    Investment period Rate for regular FDs Senior Citizen FD rates
    12 months 7.35% 7.60%
    14 months 7.40% 7.65%
    24 months 7.45% 7.70%
    36 months 7.50% 7.75%
    40 months 7.55% 7.80%
    48 months to 120 months 7.65% 7.90%

    *Rates may be subject to change

    DHFL monthly payout FD Rates:

    • All monthly payout FDs in DHFL will fetch investors more than 7.00% p.a
    • For regular deposit holders, the interest rate paid ranges from 7.35% p.a. to 7.65% p.a.
    • For senior citizens, the rate of interest paid ranges from 7.60% p.a. to 7.90% p.a.
    • The highest rate of interest paid is 7.65% p.a. for a tenure that ranges from 48 months to 120 months, while for pensioners the rate paid will be 7.90% p.a.
    • The deposit rate is 7.35% p.a. for 12 months, 7.40% p.a. for 14 months, 7.45% p.a. for 24 months, and 7.50% p.a. for 36 months
    • The second best rate paid is 7.80% p.a. for a tenure of 40 months for pensioners
    DHFL FD rates (quarterly)
    Investment period Rate for regular FDs Senior Citizen FD rates
    12 months 7.40% 7.65%
    14 months 7.45% 7.70%
    24 months 7.50% 7.75%
    36 months 7.55% 7.80%
    40 months 7.60% 7.85%
    48 months to 120 months 7.70% 7.95%

    *Rates may be subject to change

    DHFL quarterly payout FD Rates:

    • The best term deposit rate in this slab is 7.70% p.a., which is paid for 48 months to 120 months, while seniors citizens will fetch 7.95% for the same tenure
    • Those who want to invest in a short-term deposit for 1 year, will get an interest rate of 7.40% p.a.
    • For 2 years, the rate paid is 7.50% and for 3 years, the interest paid is 0.05% higher p.a., standing at 7.55%
    • For 40 months, the interest paid is 0.20% higher than what we get  for 2 years
    • For 1 year deposits senior citizens get 7.65% p.a., while for 14 months the rate paid is 7.70% p.a., and for 2 years it is 7.75% p.a.
    • The interest is paid to depositors every 3 months without fail
    DHFL FD rates (half-yearly)
    Investment period Rate for regular FDs Senior Citizen FD rates
    12 months 7.50% 7.75%
    14 months 7.55% 7.80%
    24 months 7.60% 7.85%
    36 months 7.65% 7.90%
    40 months 7.70% 7.95%
    48 months to 120 months 7.80% 8.05%

    *Rates may be subject to change

    DHFL half-yearly  payout FD Rates:

    • The interest in these types of term deposits are paid once in every 6 months
    • The highest paying tenure range remains to be 48 months to 120 months, where the percentage gain is 7.80% p.a. for regular FDs and 8.05% p.a. for seniors
    • It is important to note here that the interest paid on half-yearly payout term deposits are much higher when compared to monthly or quarterly deposits
    • Those who invest money for a short tenure of 1 year will stand to gain at the rate of 7.50% p.a.
    • On the other hand, for 14 months the rate paid is 0.05% more and for 36 months, the rate paid is 7.65% p.a.
    • For senior citizens, the rate paid is 7.90% p.a. for 36 months and 0.05% more for 40 months
    DHFL FD rates (Yearly)
    Investment period Rate for regular FDs Senior Citizen FD rates
    12 months 7.70% 7.95%
    14 months 7.75% 8.00%
    24 months 7.80% 8.05%
    36 months 7.85% 8.10%
    40 months 7.90% 8.15%
    48 months to 120 months 8.00% 8.25%

    *Rates may be subject to change

    DHFL yearly  payout FD Rates:

    • On the whole, yearly compounding non-cumulative FDs pay the highest rate of interest
    • Those who keep their money in a DHFL FD in this slab, will be paid a high interest rate of 8.00%, while pensioners are eligible to get 8.25% for 48 months to 120 months
    • All senior citizens who put in money for a time period that ranges anywhere from 24 months to 120 months, will get more than 8.00% p.a.
    • For 40 months the rate applicable is 7.90% p.a. and for 36 months the rate paid is 7.85% p.a., while for 24 months the interest rate is 7.80% p.a.
    • Depositors will be paid interest at the end 365 days for this type of time deposit

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