Fixed Deposit

A fixed deposit (FD) is a financial instrument provided by banks or NBFCs which provides investors a higher rate of interest than a regular savings account, until the given maturity date.

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Recurring Deposit

Generally, banks offer higher rates when the RD tenure is above 15 months. Recurring Deposit is a convenient small-savings scheme to opt for if you’re just starting to save up.

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Monthly Income Scheme

An MIP is a monthly income mutual fund plan in which a company pays the investor/shareholder a particular amount on a monthly basis, depending on the performance of a particular fund.

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Daily Deposit

Money can be deposited into an account on daily basis. The amount may be as small as you can provide. The money is deposited almost daily.

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Saving Account

A savings account is a basic type of bank account that allows you to deposit money, keep it safe, and withdraw funds, all while earning interest.

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Old Age Nidhi Bond

The old age dependency ratio could more than double in 50 years in some developing countries whereas in much of the developed world this doubling happened over a period of 150-200 years.

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Bitiya Nidhi Bond

Bitiya Nidhi Bond is Term Deposit Product where in depositor gets Four Times of his/her deposit amount in a specification time period.

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Mahila Nidhi Bond

Mahila Nidhi Bond is Term Deposit Product wherein depositor gets 2.5 Times of his/her deposit amount in a Specific time period.

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