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in fixed deposit can i get monthly interest for that deposit in my hand every month? is it possible?
for example if i deposit 5lac in fd, can i get interest for that 5lac from the next month of deposit from bank in my hand.
In Fixed Deposits  -  Asked by sujatha -  4 years ago

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Some banks have special deposit scheme in which you can earn monthly/quarterly interest payments to match your financial requirements. SBI gives flexibility to convert your special Term Deposit to a Term Deposit to receive monthly/quarterly interest payments to match your financial requirements. Quarterly interest at calendar quarter is also available.
4 years ago - By Mitu

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Fixed deposit is best investment option to earn high interest if you invest in tax saving scheme then you can not change to special scheme to earn monthly interest.
4 years ago - By Ronak
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SBI has MOD scheme in this withdrawals can be made in units of Rs.1,000/- from the Deposits by issuing a cheque from Savings Bank Account or through overdraft facility from Current account. Flexibility in period of Term Deposit from 1 year to 5 years. You can open a MOD account with SBI for a minimum amount of Rs. 10,000/- only.
# A Term Deposit (Interest paid monthly or quarterly) under MOD is linked with a Savings Bank account permitting to withdraw funds from Term Deposits in units of Rs.1000/- by issuing a cheque on Savings Bank Account
# Additional interest can be earned by routing your interest receivables from Term Deposit to your Savings Bank Account
4 years ago - By Jonty
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