While a regular fixed deposit offers the depositor the option to withdraw the interest earned at regular intervals, the SBI Reinvestment Plan, as the name suggest, does not pay the interest out. What it does instead is to take that interest and add it to the principal and then the whole amount earns compound interest. Once the fixed deposit matures the depositor is able to withdraw the original amount invested, along with all the interest that has been earned till date.
Min: The minimum instalment that can be deposited into this FD is Rs. 1,000
Max: There is no limit on the maximum instalment that can be deposited in the FD.
|Rate of Interest||
Min: The minimum interest rate available is 5.25% per annum on deposits held for 7 days to 45 days. For the same period senior citizens earn 5.75% per annum.
Max: The highest interest rates available are 7.5% per annum for periods ranging from 456 days to just under 3 years.
Min: The least period for which this FD can be held is 6 days.
Max: The maximum tenure for this FD is 10 years.
|TDS||Tax will be deducted at source if the interest earned from the fixed deposit crosses Rs. 10,000 in a financial year.|
|Loan against the scheme||This FD can be used to secure a loan.|
|Nomination (if any)||This deposit allows for nominees to be named in case the primary holder passes away.|
|Auto Renewals||The auto renewals depend on the maturity conditions of the deposit. If no maturity period is defined auto renewals will apply.|
The FD interest rates offered on this scheme are the same as those that apply to other fixed deposits held with the bank.
|Period in Months||Maturity value as per IBA MASTER CHART (4 decimal)|
*Interest rates as of 10 July 2021.
|Residual tenor of Deposit as on Date of availing loan (For Public)||Margin|
|Upto 36 Months||5%|
|>36 months & upto 60 months||10%|
It is also worth noting that the interest rates offered to senior citizens is 0.25% higher. There is also a higher interest rate applicable for those who are or are pensioners from SBI and that rate is 1% above the applicable rates.
Another thing worth noting that interest rates are determined by the banks and can change from time to time without notice.
There is no limit on the maximum amount that can be invested in this fixed deposit.
Since this is not a tax saving fixed deposit, no tax benefits can be claimed on the amount invested in this account.
Auto renewals, or renewals, do not apply to deposits that have a fixed maturity periods. They only apply when a maturity is not selected.
If you are not liable to pay taxes then you need to submit forms 15G or 15H to the bank so that it does not deduct tax on the interest earned.
Yes, premature withdrawals are permitted but they will be subject to certain penalties. For accounts that hold less than Rs. 5 lakhs there are no penalties but for accounts that have more than Rs. 5 lakhs the penalty applied can be a reduction of the applicable interest rate by 1%.
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