As you know that a Fixed Deposit (FD) is an investment option offered by banks that gives you higher rate of interest than a regular savings account. By investing in an FD, you can achieve your financial goals comfortably due to higher returns offered by it.
Hdfc Bank FD provides an option to deposit lump sum amount for a specific period, ranging from 7 days to 10 years. You can choose any of the tenures offered by Hdfc Bank FD according to your convenience and financial objective. As soon as you select the tenure and deposit the amount in Hdfc Bank_ FD, it will start earning an interest based on the tenure of the deposit. Customer is allowed to deposit lump sum money into a fixed deposit only once into his FD account at the time of opening the account with the bank and afterwards he cannot deposit additional money in the same FD account.
You can also get tax benefits under section 80C of the Income Tax Act on an amount between Rs. 100 to 1.5 lakh by investing in Hdfc Bank FD for a tenure of 5 years or more.
Following table provides you Hdfc Bank FD Rates of various tenors. Also, given below is the facility/ option, through which you can calculate the interest rate and the maturity value of your Hdfc Bank FD for different tenures by clicking on the "calculate" button provided in the table.
|Maturity Period||Interest Rate (p.a.)||Calculate Interest Rate|
Any of the following persons is eligible to invest in fixed deposits (FD):
Interest on FD for different tenures is calculated in following manner:
Hdfc Bank FD Interest Calculator is an online financial tool that allows you to calculate the maturity value of your fixed deposit at the interest rate offered by bank. The amount of FD, interest rate, deposit tenure and compounding frequency of interest together determine the maturity amount of the FD at the end of the tenure.
Bank FD matures on specific date. On maturity, if you have not given any specific instructions such as payout or renewal of FD, most of the banks automatically renew the FD for the same period for which it was initially made at the interest rate prevailing on the date of maturity of FD. This is called Automatic Renewal of Bank FD.
You should choose the option on the account opening form, if you do not want the bank to auto renew your FD. You have 2 options on the account opening form while depositing money in FD, first one is auto renew and second one is deposit of amount to your account after maturity. In case you have not mentioned any option on the account opening form then you will need to visit the bank branch on maturity day of your bank FD and opt for credit of the final proceeds of your bank FD into your savings account if you do not want an auto renewal of your FD.
13-01-2020: SBI revised FD interest rate
SBI has announced a cut in retail fixed deposits of FD rates. The latest FD rates on SBI deposits is effective from 10th January 2020. The bank has cut the FD rates by 15 bps on long-term deposits maturing in 1 year to 10 years. Now FD interest rate for 7 to 45 days is 4.50%, for 46 to 179 days is 5.50%, for 180 days to 1 year is 5.80% and for 1 year to 10 years is 6.10%.
09-01-2020: Axis Bank reduced FD interest rate
Axis Bank reduced interest rates by up to 20 bps from January 9. FDs for less than Rs 2 crore and with the tenor of less than 1 year will earn 6.40%, for the tenor of 5 years to up to 10 years, FD rates is 6.50%.
07-01-2020: HDFC Bank deposits up by 25% (YoY) in 2019
The largest private sector lender HDFC Bank's deposits up by 25% (YoY) in 2019. Its deposits are at Rs 10.67 trillion as of December 31, 2019 growing by 25% as compared to Rs 8.52 trillion as of December 31, 2018..
24-12-2019: HDFC Bank revised FD interest rate
The revised rate for FDs maturing in 9 months 1 day to less than 1 year will be 6.05%. Term deposits maturing in 1 year to 2 years will fetch an interest rate of 6.3%, 2-3 years 6.40%, and 3 years to 10 years 6.3%.
01-12-2019: PNB cuts off FD rates
With effect from December 1, 2019, FDs for less than Rs 2 crore and the tenor of 271 days to below 1 year will be 6% for general customers and 6.5% for senior citizens. For the tenor of 5 years to up to 10 years, PNB has FD rates of 6.3% for general customers and 6.8% for senior citizens.
12-11-2019: ICICI Bank reduces FD interest rate
The interest rates on ICICI Bank FD for less than Rs 2 crore and the tenor of 185 days to 289 days will be 5.75%, for 5 years to up to 10 years will be 6.40% and 6.9% for senior citizens. Its interest rates will be effective from December 7, 2019.
|Allahabad Bank||Andhra Bank||Bank Of Baroda|
|Bank Of India||Bank Of Maharashtra||Canara Bank|
|Central Bank Of India||Corporation Bank||Idbi Bank|
|Indian Bank||Indian Overseas Bank||Oriental Bank Of Commerce|
|Punjab National Bank||Syndicate Bank||Uco Bank|
|Union Bank Of India||United Bank Of India||Vijaya Bank|
|State Bank Of India||State Bank Of Mysore||State Bank Of Patiala|
|State Bank Of Travancore||State Bank Of Bikaner And Jaipur||Punjab And Sind Bank|
|Axis Bank||Bandhan Bank Limited||Catholic Syrian Bank Limited|
|City Union Bank Limited||Dcb Bank Limited||Dhanalakshmi Bank|
|Federal Bank||Hdfc Bank||Icici Bank Limited|
|Idfc Bank Limited||Jammu And Kashmir Bank Limited||Indusind Bank|
|Karnataka Bank Limited||Karur Vysya Bank||Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited|
|Laxmi Vilas Bank||The Nainital Bank Limited||Rbl Bank Limited|
|South Indian Bank||Tamilnad Mercantile Bank Limited||Yes Bank|
|Equitas Small Finance Bank Limited||Ujjivan Small Finance Bank Limited||Utkarsh Small Finance Bank|
|Suryoday Small Finance Bank||Au Small Finance Bank Limited||Capital Small Finance Bank Limited|
|Esaf Small Finance Bank Limited||North East Small Finance Bank Limited||Fincare Small Finance Bank Ltd|