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bond vs fixed deposit

Bond vs Fixed Deposit

Bonds and fixed deposits are the most popular choices among investors with low-risk tolerance levels. Also, both of these fixed income instruments offer fixed interest income to investors. However, they are different from each other on various parameters. This article...

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FD vs Life Insurance Plans

Among the different financial products available in India, fixed deposit (FD) and life insurance plans are the most popular investment products. Even though a life insurance plan is an insurance product, it is perceived as an investment product for many...

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Why Do Indians Prefer Fixed Deposits?

Indians prefer fixed deposits because they offer fixed and assured returns on their investments. Basically, you know what you will receive at the end of your tenure. Therefore, it becomes easy to trust and helps you plan your investments accordingly....

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Fixed Deposit vs Savings Account

Every person works hard to make a living and provide the best for their families. Also, it is important to have sufficient savings to meet your immediate requirements and meet your financial goals. However, keeping all the money in a...

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Joint FD Rules

A depositor can open the fixed deposit account in his/ her name. Alternatively, Fixed Deposit can be opened by more than one individual in their own names as a joint account. The Reserve Bank of India has laid down joint...

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Simple Interest Vs Compound Interest

Interest is calculated on the investment or loan taken. There are two ways one can calculate interest. The two ways are simple interest (SI) and compound interest (CI). Simple interest is basically the interest on a loan or investment. It...

ppf vs fd

PPF vs FD

Most of the investors who want to invest, look for the security of their money. The two most secure investment options available for Indian investors is the Public Provident Fund and Fixed Deposits. Both the investment instruments are suitable for...

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FD Receipt (FDR)

A fixed deposit scheme is a traditional investment that is very popular in India. It is the most sought-after investment as it guarantees returns in the form of interest. Fixed deposits are low-risk investments, and they offer higher returns than...