Recurring deposits are a good starting point for those who wish to create regular savings and also earn good interest on the same. This article looks at the benefits of RD accounts for your financial health.
As a new investor, you are justifiably cautious about spending money on risky investments that might tank. You are always on the lookout for fail-safe options in stocks and bonds, but most market-linked opportunities always come with an underlying element of risk.
It is time to turn to a simple, affordable and quite safe option: the recurring deposit.
What is a recurring deposit?
A recurring deposit or RD account is a simpler version of the fixed deposit. In a fixed deposit, you set aside a lump sum amount of money in the account, and it is paid a particular rate of interest throughout the deposit cycle. At the end of the deposit tenure, the money is returned to you with the interest earnings on it.
However, in a recurring deposit, you deposit equated monthly sums towards a larger whole. You can open an RD account if you have a savings account with your bank and a proven source of monthly income (since the …Initiate Savings with Recurring Deposits Read More