3 Year FD Interest Rates 2024

BankMaturity Period Interest Rate (p.a.)Calculate
Deustche Bank3 Years8.00%
Dcb Bank Limited3 Years7.60%
Idfc First Bank3 Years7.25%
Bank Of Baroda3 Years7.25%
Yes Bank3 Years7.25%
Bandhan Bank Limited3 Years7.25%
Dena Bank3 Years7.25%
Indusind Bank3 Years7.25%
Vijaya Bank3 Years7.25%
Axis Bank3 Years7.10%
Standard Chartered Bank3 Years7.10%
Citi Bank3 Years7.10%
Hdfc Bank3 Years7.00%
Icici Bank Limited3 Years7.00%
Karur Vysya Bank3 Years7.00%
Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited3 Years7.00%
Hsbc Bank3 Years7.00%
Oriental Bank Of Commerce3 Years7.00%
United Bank Of India3 Years7.00%
Federal Bank3 Years7.00%
Punjab National Bank3 Years7.00%
Syndicate Bank3 Years6.80%
Canara Bank3 Years6.80%
State Bank Of Bikaner And Jaipur3 Years6.75%
State Bank Of India3 Years6.75%
State Bank Of Mysore3 Years6.75%
State Bank Of Patiala3 Years6.75%
State Bank Of Travancore3 Years6.75%
South Indian Bank3 Years6.60%
Karnataka Bank Limited3 Years6.50%
City Union Bank Limited3 Years6.50%
Andhra Bank3 Years6.50%
Central Bank Of India3 Years6.50%
Dbs Bank India Limited3 Years6.50%
Tamilnad Mercantile Bank Limited3 Years6.50%
Indian Overseas Bank3 Years6.50%
A B Bank Limited3 Years6.50%
Union Bank Of India3 Years6.50%
Corporation Bank3 Years6.50%
Dhanalakshmi Bank3 Years6.50%
Jammu And Kashmir Bank Limited3 Years6.50%
Bank Of India3 Years6.50%
Laxmi Vilas Bank3 Years6.50%
Idbi Bank3 Years6.50%
Uco Bank3 Years6.30%
Allahabad Bank3 Years6.25%
Indian Bank3 Years6.25%
Bank Of Maharashtra3 Years6.25%
The Nainital Bank Limited3 Years6.25%
Punjab And Sind Bank3 Years6.00%
Catholic Syrian Bank Limited3 Years5.75%
Chinatrust Commercial Bank Limited3 Years5.10%
Disclaimer: The Fixed Deposit Interest Rates keep on changing. You are advised to check the interest rates with banks before making your FD. Source: Bank Websites

FD Account

FD Account is a safer investment alternative. It is quick, easy to operate and can be opened with minimal documents. In an FD Account, you deposit a certain amount for a fixed period. The FD tenure starts from 7 days and goes up to 10 years. Banks offer higher interest rates on fixed deposits and fixed for whole tenure once FD account gets opened.

You can opt for interest payout option wherein the interest on your deposited amount is paid out to you on a monthly, quarterly or yearly basis. There is once more option called "Cumulative Option" wherein the interest earned by you is not paid midway but it is paid at the end of the tenure along with the principal invested by you.

Fixed Deposit Snapshot

  • Maximum Investment Amount: No such limit
  • Interest Rates Variable: From 7 to 9% based on term
  • Interest earned is taxable: Yes
  • Lock in Period: No
  • Tenure: 3 Years
  • Maturity Value: Taxable
  • Premature Withdrawals: Entire amount, anytime but after charging a certain penalty
  • Risk: Risky as compared to PPF

How to Choose Right Fixed Deposit (FD)?

Bank FD is a suitable option for ultra-conservative investors who want to opt for an investment avenue which offer them fixed and assured return with high safety. So for such investors, it is equivalent important to know as to How to Choose Right Fixed Deposit (FD)? Outlined steps will help them choosing right fixed deposit (FD):

  1. Estimate on funds that you can park with bank FD conveniently
  2. Choose the tenure of FD carefully. While doing so, you should analyse as to for how long you do not require invested fund, this will help you choosing the tenure comfortably
  3. Compare FD Interest Rates of different banks
  4. Check whether bank offers you online facility of FD opening
  5. See whether the customer service of the bank is good
  6. Based on above mentioned points, choose right FD for you
  7. Interest earned on FD is taxable as per your tax slab except for 5-year tax saver FDs. Therefore, if you want the interest income to be tax-free, you can go for 5-year tax saver FD.
  8. Submit Form 15G/ 15H while opening your FD account, in case your income is not taxable in order to avoid deduction of TDS from FD interest income (in case interest income is over Rs 10,000 in a financial year, banks deduct TDS)