# How is Recurring Deposit interest calculated?

## How is Recurring Deposit interest calculated?

The formula used is A = P(1+r/n) ^ nt, where ‘A’ represents final amount procured, ‘P’ represents principal, ‘r’ represents annual interest rate, ‘n’ represents the number of times that interest has been compounded, ‘t’ represents the tenure.

## What is Recurring Deposit with example?

Features of Recurring Deposit

RD Features Applicability
Rate of interest Between 5% to 8% (variable from one bank to another)
Amount of minimum deposit From Rs. 10
Tenure of investment Between 6 months and 10 years
Frequency of interest calculation Usually every quarter

## What is a Recurring Deposit and how does it work?

A Recurring Deposit is a special kind of term-deposit offered by banks in India, which help people with salaried incomes to deposit a fixed amount each month and earn an interest which is equivalent to the interest on Fixed Deposits or FDs.

## Is recurring deposit a good idea?

Recurring Deposits are not prone to risks and is one of the safest form of investment. Returns that you can expect from the SIP are variable. There can be a risk of capital and returns depending on the stock market. But, recent data shows us the SIP gives good returns if held for a long period of time.

## Can I withdraw RD before maturity?

A Recurring Deposit is like a Fixed Deposit. Once the RD amount has been deposited, it cannot be withdrawn until maturity. Partial withdrawals from the account are not allowed.

## Which RD plan is best?

Best Recurring Deposit Scheme in India with Highest Interest Rates

• For 2-year tenure, one of the best highest interest rates are offered by Lakshmi Vilas Bank at 7.50% p.a. and then by Yes Bank at 7.50%.
• For 3-year and 4-year tenures, you earn the best RD interest rates with Lakshmi Vilas Bank at 7.50% p.a.

## Can I break my RD?

In case of emergency you can break your RD before maturity, but after that your account will be closed. Banks may deduct 1 or 2 percent penalty from the interest accrued on your RD amount for the period for which the amount was with the bank.

## What is TDS full name?

Tax Deducted at Source (TDS)