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How PPF (Public Provident Fund) Account is most secured and risk free investment..?

How PPF (Public Provident Fund) Account is most secured and Risk Free Investment..

As per Act No. 23 of 1968, Dated 16th May, 1968 PPF (Public Provident Fund) Scheme was introduced by Government of India. Public Provident Fund Act, 1968 approved by Parliament of India to come into force. Important thing is that, PPF account could not be attached with any court order against any debt or loan.

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What happens if your PPF contributions are discontinued to pay

How to reactivate your PPF Account

As you know Minimum Rs.500 should be paid towards your contribution of PPF Account every year. If you are not able to pay your subscription your PPF Account will be deactivated and goes into dormat. How to revive (reactivate) your deactivated PPF Account .?

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Difference between Term Insurance and Traditional Life Insurance

Term Insurance 1.Term Insurance is a pure insurance which covers only Risk. 2.Term Insurance provides only insurance coverage with a lesser premium amount compared to traditional insurance.

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Cardless ATMs at Japan

Cardless ATMs at Japan

Japanees need not to carry their ATM Cards for wirdrawing money, balance checking and for other banking ATM transactions. Their Palm is enough for this.

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Post Office small savings interest rates again increased

In the process of implementation of Shyamlal Gopinath committee recommendations Government raised interest rates on post office operated small savings upto 0.5%. The new rates will be effective from April 1, 2012 and will remain valid during 2012-13. Post Office Recurring Deposit (RD) account

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Post Office Interest Rates Increased

Post office schemes Interest rates hiked

Good news to millions of post office small savers. Interest on Post Office small savings schemes like Recurring Deposit(RD), Public Provident Fund Scheme(PPF), Monthly Income Scheme(MIS), Savings account, National Savings Scheme(NSC) has been hiked. which will effect from notification date. Rates are hiked in reference of Reserve bank guidelines as well as Shyamala Gopinath committee …

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