PNB gave information by tweeting
Punjab National Bank has given information to its customers by tweeting about this account. PNB tweeted that through Sukanya Samriddhi Account, you can secure the future of your daughters. For more information, see: https://tinyurl.com/y3lwzpms
How much does a deposit have to doIn this, the minimum deposit has to be Rs 250. Apart from this, maximum you can deposit up to Rs 1,50,000. By opening this account, you get a lot of relief from your daughter’s education and further expenses.
In the future, your daughter will have many opportunities to fly. Keeping Sukanya Samriddhi account open, keeping in mind their secure future.
Know how much interest will be earned
Right now interest was being paid at the rate of 7.6 percent in SSY (Sukanya Samriddhi Account) which is with income tax rebate.
More than 1.5 million will be available at maturity
If you invest Rs 3000 every month in this scheme, that is, after 14 years, after applying 36000 rupees, after 14 years you will get Rs 9,11,574 according to compounding of 7.6% per annum. This amount will be around Rs 15,22,221 at 21 years i.e. maturity.
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Where can you open an account
Under Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana, this account can be opened in any post office or authorized branch of commercial branch.
These documents have to be given
To open an account under Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana, you will also have to submit your daughter’s birth certificate in the post office or bank along with the form. Apart from this, the identity card (PAN card, ration card, driving license, passport) of the child and parents and the certificate of where they are staying (passport, ration card, electricity bill, telephone bill, water bill) will have to be submitted.
If a minimum deposit of Rs 250 is not deposited every year, the account will be closed and can be revived with a penalty of Rs 50 per year along with the minimum amount required for the deposit for that year. Reactivation can take place up to 15 years after the account is opened.