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CORPORATE FDs

Corporate Fixed Deposits (FDs) are fixed deposits in which you can deposit your savings for a fixed period of time with a company at a prescribed rate of interest. When the period of deposit elapses, you shall be entitled to the interest on the deposited amount.

The rate of interest on Corporate FDs is normally higher than that of normal bank FDs.

Corporate FDs are best suited for investors who want to earn fixed returns on their investments, but do not want to take the risk of vagaries of the stock market.

Disclaimer: Corporate FD is being offered by the respective Company mentioned in the list of FDs. Reliance Securities is acting only as a Distributor and shall not be liable for any loss consequent upon the investment in such FDs. Read the offer document before investment.

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CORPORATE FDs

Corporate Fixed Deposits (FDs) are fixed deposits in which you can deposit your savings for a fixed period of time with a company at a prescribed rate of interest. When the period of deposit elapses, you shall be entitled to the interest on the deposited amount.

The rate of interest on Corporate FDs is higher than that of normal bank FDs.

Corporate FDs are best suited for investors who want to earn fixed returns on their investments, but do not want to take the risk of vagaries of the stock market.

Disclaimer: Corporate FD is being offered by the respective Company mentioned in the list of FDs. Reliance Securities is acting only as a Distributor and shall not be liable for any loss consequent upon the investment in such FDs. Read the offer document before investment.

HOW TO CHOOSE CORPORATE FDs

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HOW TO CHOOSE CORPORATE FDs

We’ve listed down four parameters that guide you in choosing the right FD to invest in.

Credit Rating: Higher the rating, more secure will your investment be. Hence, always choose FDs with a high rating.

Company Details: Check the financial health of a company before investing and try to find out why the company is raising money and where it is going to be used.

Repayment History: Verify if the company has paid regular dividends or defaulted on payment to deposit holders in the past.

Taxation: Interest income from company FDs is taxable. Tax deducted at source (TDS) will be deducted if the interest on a company FD exceeds Rs.5,000 in a financial year.

List of Fds

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