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Fixed Deposit Calculator

FD Interest Calculator Online Jul 2020

Last Updated 14th Jul 2020

An FD calculator calculates the maturity value of the deposited amount. You can use the online FD calculator to know about the returns on your investments based on following factors.

  • Deposit Amount – This is the amount which you invest once in your FD account. Minimum deposit amount should be ₹ 1,000.
  • Interest Rate – FD rates vary depending upon deposit tenure.
  • Deposit Tenure – Maturity value also depends on the period for which you invest your money in FD. Generally, FD tenure ranges from 7 days to 10 years.
  • Interest Compound Frequency – This calculates maturity amount based on monthly, quarterly, half yearly or annual frequency.
FD Maturity Calculator
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Bajaj Finance7.35%60 MonthsAPPLY
PNB Housing Finance7.60%120 MonthsAPPLY
ICICI Home Finance7.25%120 MonthsAPPLY

FD Interest Rates Calculator in India

Bank Interest Rates FD Tenure
SBI Fixed Deposit 2.90% - 5.40% 7 Days - 10 Years
HDFC Bank Fixed Deposit 2.75% - 5.50% 7 Days - 10 Years
ICICI Bank Fixed Deposit 2.75% - 5.50% 7 Days - 10 Years
Axis Bank 2.75% - 5.50% 7 Days - 10 Years
ICICI Home Finance 6.50% - 7.00% 12 Months - 120 Months
Kotak Bank 2.75% - 5.25% 7 Days - 10 Years
IDFC First Bank 4.00% - 7.25% 7 Days - 10 Years
Bank of Baroda 2.90% - 5.30% 7 Days - 10 Years
Citibank 2.75% - 4.00% 7 Days - 10 Years
IDBI Bank 3.00% - 5.80% 7 Days - 20 Years
Indian Bank 3.05% - 5.50% 7 Days - 10 Years
Indian Overseas Bank 3.50% - 5.45% 7 Days - 10 Years
OBC 3.00% - 5.30% 7 Days - 10 Years
PNB 3.00% - 5.30% 7 Days - 10 Years
HDFC 6.56% - 6.66% 33 Months - 66 Months
PNB Housing Finance 7.00% - 7.35% 12 Months - 120 Months
Allahabad Bank 3.05% - 5.50% 7 Days - 10 Years
Andhra Bank 3.50% - 5.45% 7 Days - 10 Years
Bank of India 3.50% - 5.50% 7 Days - 10 Years
Bank of Maharashtra 3.00% - 5.00% 7 Days - 10 Years
Canara Bank 3.00% - 5.50% 7 Days - 10 Years
Central Bank of India 3.00% - 5.15% 7 Days - 10 Years
Punjab and Sind Bank 3.50% - 5.55% 7 Days - 10 Years
UCO Bank 3.65% - 5.50% 7 Days - 10 Years
Union Bank of India 3.50% - 5.45% 7 Days - 10 Years
United Bank of India 3.00% - 5.30% 7 Days - 10 Years
IndusInd Bank 3.25% - 7.00% 7 Days - 10 Years
Karur Vysya Bank 3.50% - 5.85% 7 Days - 10 Years
RBL Bank 5.00% - 7.50% 7 Days - 20 Years
Yes Bank 5.00% - 7.00% 7 Days - 10 Years
HSBC Bank 2.25% - 4.00% 7 Days - 60 Months
Standard Chartered Bank 4.25% - 6.30% 7 Days - 5 Years
DHFL 8.50% - 9.25% 12 Months - 120 Months
LIC Housing Finance 6.60% - 6.90% 1 Year - 5 Years
Corporation Bank 3.50% - 5.45% 7 Days - 10 Years
Syndicate Bank 3.00% - 5.50% 7 Days - 10 Years
DCB Bank 4.75% - 6.95% 7 Days - 120 Months
Dhan Laxmi Bank 3.50% - 5.85% 7 Days - 10 Years
Karnataka Bank 3.50% - 5.75% 7 Days - 10 Years
South Indian Bank 3.50% - 5.90% 7 Days - 10 Years
Federal Bank 3.50% - 5.85% 7 Days - 10 Years
Jammu And Kashmir Bank 3.00% - 5.30% 7 Days - 10 Years
Lakshmi Vilas Bank 3.75% - 6.75% 7 Days - 10 Years
Bajaj Finance 6.90% - 7.10% 12 Months - 60 Months
DBS Bank 3.00% - 5.50% 7 Days - 10 Years
Bandhan Bank 3.25% - 6.25% 7 Days - 10 Years
AU Small Finance Bank 4.00% - 7.25% 7 Days - 120 Months
Ujjivan Small Finance Bank 3.50% - 6.95% 7 Days - 10 Years
Equitas Small Finance Bank 3.60% - 7.35% 7 Days - 10 Years
Fincare Small Finance Bank 3.50% - 7.50% 7 Days - 84 Months
Jana Small Finance Bank 5.00% - 8.60% 7 Days - 10 Years
ESAF Small Finance Bank 5.00% - 7.50% 7 Days - 3653 Days

Fixed Deposit Interest Calculator

Deposits are of two types – periodic interest payout and cumulative.

Periodic Interest Payout - In this option, you would receive a fixed interest at the end of every period (say, a quarter). The interest amount would remain unchanged through the tenure of the FD. Entire principal would be repaid at the end of the period.

Cumulative deposit - You may remember having studied “compound interest” in middle school. Say, you place a deposit of ₹ 10,000/- with Bank A at 10% p.a. for 3 years. Now, how much money would you get at the end of 3 years?

  • Is it ₹ 10,000 in principal plus 10% interest or ₹ 1,000 multiplied by 3? That comes to ₹ 13,000. However, if you use the FD interest calculator here, the result will be ₹ 13,449. Why does bank pay you this extra ₹ 449? This is the compounded FD interest.
  • In simple terms, interest on bank FD’s is typically compounded quarterly. So, a 10% per annum rate of interest means 2.5% per quarter. At the end of first quarter, the bank credits ₹ 250 to your deposit account and in the next quarter, the interest payable is 2.5% on ₹ 10,250 and not on ₹ 10,000. This process repeats itself for 12 quarters and earns you a total compound interest of ₹ 3,449.
  • More the compounding frequency, higher the interest a customer earns on FD. So, instead of quarterly compounding, if the above FD was on monthly compounding basis, the interest amount would be ₹ 3,482 instead of ₹ 3,449 with quarterly compounding.
  • In the context of fixed deposits, FD interest compounding refers to earning interest on the interest itself! Slightly complicated but then you make more money this way!

Income Tax on Fixed Deposit Interest

  • Interest income from FD’s is taxed at the tax rate applicable to the deposit account holder. It means that the interest income forms part of the total income of the account holder while and it is taxed as per the applicable tax slab the individual falls under.
  • One word of caution - interest on deposits is to be taxed on an accrual basis and not a receipt basis. Say, you place a cumulative deposit with a bank for 5 years and hence will receive interest only at the end of five years. Still, you must pay tax on the accrued interest for each of the years in that year itself.

TDS on FD interest

FAQs

What is the minimum amount that can be deposited into a FD account?

You can deposit a minimum amount of Rs. 1,000 in FD account but there is no upper cap on deposit amount.

Are there any extra benefits for senior citizens on fixed deposit?

Yes, senior citizens get extra benefit of higher interest rates on their FD.

What is the minimum and maximum tenure for which I can open an account in FD?

You can open a fixed deposit account for minimum 7 days and maximum upto 10 years although it may vary bank to bank.

When do I become accountable for tax?

As per Income Tax Act, 1961 under section 194A when the interest earned on FD in a financial year exceeds Rs. 40,000, TDS is applicable on the credited interest.

How is a fixed deposit calculated?

The formula to calculate the maturity amount of a cumulative FD is:
A = P(1+r/4/100)^(4*n)
Here, 4 represents quarterly compounding;
it will be replaced by 12 in case of monthly compounding, by 2 in case of half-yearly compounding and by 1 in case of yearly compounding.

Is the interest earned on a bank Fds taxed? If yes, then how?

Yes, the interest on the bank fixed deposit is taxed. The interest is income is included in your total income while calculating income tax, and the tax is levied as per the applicable tax slab.

Is there a penalty if the bank fd is prematurely withdrawn?

Yes, if the bank FD is prematurely withdrawn, then a certain percentage of penalty on the final amount. The scale of the penalty varies from bank to bank.

How can I save tax on FD?

If your total income does not fall under any income tax slab, then you can submit Form 15G or 15H (for senior citizens) to stop the bank from deducting TDS on the interest income of your fixed deposit.

In how many years FD will double?

The interest rate on FD depends upon the tenure you choose. To know the time duration in which your FD amount will get doubled, you have to divide 72 with the highest rate. For example, if the highest rate on FD is 7.60%, then the number of years in which your FD will get doubled is 72/7.60= 9.47. Thus, it will take 9 years for your FD to get doubled. You can use an online FD calculator to strategize your investment.

What are the details required to use an FD Calculator?

You can use the FD calculator to calculate the maturity value of the deposited amount by details such as the principal amount that you have invested, rate of interest on your investments, tenure of deposits and interest compound frequency.


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  • 2020-07-08 : Karur Vyas Bank revised FD rates news
    Karur Vyas Bank changed its fixed deposit rates. The FD rates for 7 to 14 days is 3.50%, it is 3.75% for 15 to 90 days and stands at 4.75% for 91 to 270 days. The Fixed deposit rates is 5% for 271 to 364 days and stand at 5.70% for one year to less than 2 years. Further, the FD rates for the long tenors of 2 years to three years and above is 5.85%. The revised rates are in effect from 8 June 2020.
  • 2020-07-07 : Yes Bank revised its FD rates news
    Yes Bank changed its FD rates. The rate for 7 to 45 days is 5%, it is 5.50% for 46 to 90 days and stands at 6% for three months to 5 months 29 days. Further, the rate for six months to 364 days is 6.50%, for one year to 10 years is 6.75% and is 7% for 2 to 3 years. The revised rates are in effect from July 6 2020.
  • 2020-07-03 : Bank credit soars by 6.18% and deposits by 11% news
    RBI reported that the Bank credit backed by retail loans like home, personal, car, two-wheeler, gold loans along with business loans and mudra loans grew by 6.18% in the fortnight ending 19 June. Further, the deposits backed by Fixed deposits and Recurring deposits grew by 11%.
  • 2020-06-17 : New FD rates for Union Bank
    With effect from 16 June 2020, Union Bank of India revised its FD rates. FD rate for 7 to 30 days is 3.50%, for 31 to 45 days it is 3.75%, for 46 to 90 days it is 4% and it is 4.50% for 91 to 120 days. Fixed deposit rate for 120 days to 120 to 180 days is 4.75%, for 181 days to less than one year is 5%, for one year to 443 days it is 5.40 and for 3 to 10 years it is 5.45%.
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