The Employees’ Provident Fund is a blessing that not only helps you save money by default but also brings you generous tax benefits. Read on to find out more.
Have you been thinking about opening a PPF account? Let us tell you everything about the Public Provident Fund Scheme.
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Most individuals forget to transfer their Provident Fund (PF) from their previous employer to their new one in the hurry of switching jobs. While this didn’t present a problem earlier, things might change now. Find out why.
The Central Board of Trustees (CBT) of the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation on Wednesday decided to slash the interest rate for 2017-18 to 8.55% from the earlier 8.65%.
Withdrawing your PPF comes with a set of rules. Go through them if you wish to take a loan from your PPF account or close it before the maturity period.
No other debt instruments are as tax efficient, secure and attractive on return prospects in comparison to PPF. Let us take a look at other investment options if PPF rates fall further.
Looking for places to put your money in so you can save on tax? The easiest options available are – a Public Provident Fund (PPF) and National Savings Certificate (NSC) schemes. But which one is better? Let’s find out.