N GRAMIN NIDHI introduced one of the best monthly income plans with the coverage of good monthly income interest rates on monthly income scheme account. Due to the stable income of the salaried people, this scheme would not be of much benefit to them. It is best suited for the retired, senior citizens and for people without any income source.
Interest: The interest you earn on a recurring deposit depends on the amount you contribute and the tenure of the deposit. The rates of interest offered by banks is similar to the interest rates offered on term deposits.
Tenure: The tenures offered will differ between banks. Usually the minimum tenure is 6 months and the maximum tenure is 10 years.
Maturity: Upon maturity, the bank will pay you the sum you have saved plus interest accumulated. This money will either be paid in cash or be credited to your bank account. The maturity value of your deposit will be indicated when you open the RD account.
Tax Deducted at Source: Recurring Deposits recently were brought under taxable income. With effect from June 2015, tax deducted at source (TDS) is applicable on recurring deposits. If the interest on these deposits exceeds Rs. 10,000 per annum, then 10% would be deducted at source. The RD holder will also have to declare interest earned and pay income tax on this amount.
Late Payments: Banks levy a penalty if you miss the monthly deposit by the due date. There are some banks that waive this penalty.
Premature Withdrawal: Most RDs can be closed ahead of the maturity date. A penalty charge plus a penalty on the interest rate may be levied.