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SBI Scheme Calculation: Deposit Rs 5 lakh and get Rs 10 lakh on maturity; Know the details of the money doubling scheme

SBI Scheme: SBI provides the facility of FDs ranging from 7 days to 10 years to the customers. On FDs of different maturities, SBI gives annual interest ranging from 3% to 6.5% to regular customers and 3.5% to 7.5% to senior citizens.

SBI Scheme: If you are looking for a long-term fixed income investment option without taking the stock market risk, then Bank FDs are a good option. The country’s largest bank SBI provides the facility of FDs ranging from 7 days to 10 years to the customers. On FDs of different maturities, SBI gives annual interest ranging from 3% to 6.5% to regular customers and 3.5% to 7.5% to senior citizens. SBI’s FD scheme is a good option for long term investment for senior citizens.

SBI Scheme: ₹10 lakh in 10 years on deposit of ₹5 lakh

Suppose, a regular customer deposits Rs 5 lakh in lump sum in SBI’s scheme with 10 years maturity. According to SBI FD Calculator, the investor will get a total of Rs 9,52,779 on maturity at 6.5 percent annual interest rate. In this, there will be fixed income of Rs 4,52,779 from interest.

On the other hand, a senior citizen deposits Rs 5 lakh in lump sum in SBI’s 10 year maturity scheme. According to SBI FD Calculator, senior citizens will get a total of Rs 10,51,175 on maturity at 7.5 percent annual interest rate. In this, there will be fixed income of Rs 5,51,175 from interest.

SBI FDs: Interest income taxable

Fixed deposits/term deposits of banks are considered safe. This is a good option for investors who do not take risk. Tax exemption under Section 80C is available on 5 year tax saving FD. However, the interest received from FD is taxable. According to Income Tax Rules (IT Rules), Tax Deduction at Source (TDS) is applicable on FD schemes. That is, the amount received on maturity of FD will be considered as your income and you will have to pay tax as per the slab rate. According to IT rules, the depositor can submit Form 15G/15H for exemption from tax deduction.

Shyamu Maurya
Shyamu Maurya
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