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  • The rate of interest is 8.60% p.a. compounded annually.

  • The minimum deposit is 500/- p.a

  • The maximum is Rs. 1,00,000/- p.a

  • Interest is totally tax free.

  • Tax saving instrument under section 80C.

  • Loan facility available from third year.

  • The Public Provident Fund Scheme is a statutory scheme of the Central Government of India.

  • The Scheme is for 15 years.

  • One deposit with a minimum amount of Rs.500/- is mandatory in each financial year.

  • The deposit can be in lumpsum or in convenient installments, not more than 12 installments in a year or two installments in a month, subject to total deposit of Rs.1,00,000/-.

  • It is not necessary to make a deposit in every month of the year.

  • The amount of deposit can be varied to suit the convenience of the account holders.

  • The account in which deposits are not made for any reason is treated as discontinued, account and such an account cannot be closed before maturity.

  • The discontinued account can be activated by payment of the minimum deposit of Rs.500/- with default fee of Rs.50/- for each defaulted year.

  • The account can be opened by an individual or a minor through the guardian.

  • Joint account is not permissible.

  • Those who are contributing to GPF Fund or EDF account can also open a PPF account.

  • A Power of Attorney holder can neither open nor operate a PPF account.

  • The grand father/mother cannot open a PPF on behalf of his/her minor grand son/daughter.

  • The deposits shall be in multiples of Rs.5/- subject to minimum of Rs.500/-.

  • The deposit in a minor account is clubbed with the deposit of the account of the guardian for the limit of Rs. 1,00,000/-.

  • No age is prescribed for opening a PPF account.

  • Interest is not contractual but the rate is notified by the Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India, at the end of each year.

  • The facility of first withdrawal in the 7th year of the account subject, to a limit of 50% of the amount at credit preceding three year balance.
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