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Highest Interest Rates on Savings Deposit 01 2021

Top Reasons: Why Should you have a Savings Account?

Offers Interest on Deposited Funds

Savings accounts in India offer around 3.5% to 8% interest on deposited amount which is quite good return. It gives you proportionate interest which means even if you keep the money for a single day, you will get proportionate interest.

Safety

Keeping money at home or in office is very risky affair. Instead if you keep money in your savings account, it is very safe.

To Inculcate the Saving Habit

Having a savings account inculcates a saving habit in you. Whatever you save, you deposit in your savings account. When its balance amount increases, it encourages you to save more. After you save money in your savings account, it usually does not get waste i unnecessary expenses.

Liquidity

It provides highest liquidity. There is no lock-in period of funds. You are free to deposit or withdraw money any number of times. Whenever you require money you can withdraw it either from any branch of the bank or from any ATM.

Save for Emergency Fund Requirements

In case of emergency, it is the fist source which provides you instant money.

Obtain a Debit Card and a Cheque Book

If you open savings account, you will get a debit card and cheque book. You can use debit card either for withdrawal of cash or to make any third party payment or bill payment. Similarly, cheque book offers you a facility to either withdraw cash from your account or to make any third party payment or bill payment.

Perform Online Fund Transfer

You can perform online fund transfer using internet banking. You can do so using RTGS, NEFT or IMPS at very minimal charges. It saves your time and effort.

Pay the Bills Online

Through savings account, you can pay various bills like utility bill, credit card bill, etc. online. You can even give standing instructions to the bank to pay bills.

Use ECS Facility

You need to have a savings account in case you want to use ECS facility for different purposes like payment of Loan EMIs, Mutual Fund SIPs, etc.

Interest Income upto Rs 10,000 is Tax Free

Interest earned on savings account is tax free upto Rs 10,000 in each financial year. You can get its benefit by opening a savings account.

To Enjoy Locker Facility

You can enjoy locker facility of any bank, only when you have a savings account with that bank.

Other Benefits

Many bank offer other benefits to their savings account holders such as free insurance, nil balance salary account, no annual fee for debit card, lower interest on home loan, etc.

Savings Account Highlights

  1. One of the the safest or smartest way to manage your savings.
  2. It provides liquidity of funds.
  3. Savings bank account is the most basic product of all the banks in India.
  4. It is usually a non zero-balance account means the account holder needs to maintain a minimum account balance of a certain amount.
  5. A penalty is levied upon the account holder for not maintaining the minimum balance as required by the bank.
  6. Generally opened by salaried individuals.
  7. It has daily withdrawal limits unlike current account where there is no such limit on withdrawal.
  8. Usually, it has low interest rate, it offers an interest rate which is little higher than the rate of inflation.
  9. It facilitates small savings with flexible amounts and tenures.
  10. It also offers the facility to the account holder to pay bills, make online fund transfer, make quick transactions, etc.

Highest Saving Interest Rate on Bank Deposits 01 2021

The highest interest rate on saving account offered by RBL Bank at 5.50% (upto 1 lakh) similarly, highest interest rate on saving account offered by DCB Bank at 6.25% (Above Rs 1 Crore to Rs 5 Crores).

Bank Name
(saving a/c)
Interest Rate Offered
(below 1 Lakh)
Interest Rate Offered
(above 1 Lakh)
Calculate
Rbl Bank 6% (p.a.)6% (p.a.)
Kotak Mahindra Bank 5% (p.a.)6% (p.a.)
Yes Bank5% (p.a.)6% (p.a.)
Allahabad Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Andhra Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Bank Of Baroda4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Bank Of India4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Bank Of Maharashtra4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Canara Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Central Bank Of India4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Corporation Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Dena Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Idbi Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Indian Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Indian Overseas Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Oriental Bank Of Commerce4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Punjab National Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Punjab And Sind Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
State Bank Of India4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
State Bank Of Mysore4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
State Bank Of Hyderabad4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
State Bank Of Patiala4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
State Bank Of Travancore4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
State Bank Of Bikaner And Jaipur4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Syndicate Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Uco Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Union Bank Of India4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
United Bank Of India4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Vijaya Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Axis Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Bandhan Bank 4% (p.a.)6% (p.a.)
Catholic Syrian Bank 4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
City Union Bank 4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Dcb Bank 4% (p.a.)6% (p.a.)
Dhanalakshmi Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Federal Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Hdfc Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Icici Bank 4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Indusind Bank4% (p.a.)5% (p.a.)
Jammu And Kashmir Bank 4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Karur Vysya Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Laxmi Vilas Bank4% (p.a.)5% (p.a.)
South Indian Bank4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Tamilnad Mercantile Bank 4% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)
Karnataka Bank 3% (p.a.)4% (p.a.)

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