Fixed Deposit Calculator

Quick and easy Fixed Deposit Calculator to know your returns and plan your finances better. We show you an aggregate of interest amount too.

Quick calculation of your Fixed Deposit (FD)
  • Type of Customer:

  • Type of Fixed Deposit:

    Cumulative
    • Reinvestment (Cumulative)
    • Quarterly Payout
    • Monthly Payout
    • Short Term Deposit
  • Date of Fixed Deposit:

  • Amount of Fixed Deposit:

Tenure

  • Select Tenure:


  • Year:

    0
    10
    0
  • Months:

    0
    11
    0
  • Days:

    0
    29
    7
  • Days:

Maturity Details

Maturity Value

5,111
  • Maturity Date 17 Feb 2022
  • Aggregate Interest Amount 111
  • Rate of Interest (%) 4.40%

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  • What is a Fixed Deposit Calculator (FD)?

    With the help of a fixed deposit, you can save money while also generating interest income. Your money must be deposited for a predetermined period of time at a set interest rate. You can calculate the amount you will receive at maturity and the interest you will earn using a fixed deposit calculator. The time you would spend manually calculating these numbers can be saved by using fixed deposit calculators.

  • How do I calculate my fixed deposit (FD)?

    While it is true that you can make manual calculations regarding your fixed deposit, doing so can be challenging. There are several variables used in fixed deposit calculations. Such calculations can be laborious and time-consuming, which leaves room for a number of mistakes. So, using a tool to perform your Fixed Deposit calculations is both simpler and more accurate. The Fixed Deposit Calculator will be very useful in this situation. After entering the necessary data, you can instantly obtain accurate Fixed Deposit figures!

  • How do we use the Fixed Deposit Calculator?

    It's fairly easy to use a fixed deposit calculator. First of all, it is easily accessible because it is available online. The calculator will then make the calculations on your behalf after you give it some basic data. It won't take more than a minute for your results to appear on the screen.

    For instance, the Fixed Deposit Calculator, created by the Bank of Baroda, asks you for the following information:

    • Type of customer
    • Type of Fixed Deposit
    • Date of Fixed Deposit
    • Amount invested
    • Tenure (in years, months, and days)

    You will be shown the maturity value, total amount of interest, and interest rate shortly after providing this information.

  • Why should you use Bank of Baroda's FD calculator?

    The FD calculator from Bank of Baroda has been created to deliver results after considering pertinent data about your Fixed Deposit. It is designed to work for people who have different fixed deposit terms. For instance, both regular customers and senior citizens can use it. If you choose reinvestment, monthly pay-out, quarterly pay-out, or short-term deposit, you can still use it. Additionally, you have the option of entering the tenure in years, months, or days. Based on your FD option and tenure, the tool's results are thus accurate.

  • Can I get monthly interest on Fixed Deposit (FD)?

    Yes, fixed deposit accounts do earn interest every month. You can select how you would like to receive payouts in addition to the Fixed Deposit's terms, such as the tenure and investment amount. You can typically choose between receiving payouts annually, semi-annually, quarterly, or monthly with FDs. To receive interest each month, choose the option for a monthly payout.

  • How to calculate Fixed Deposit (FD) maturity amount?

    To calculate the maturity amount due on your FD, you can use the following formulas:

    • For an FD with simple interest:

    M = P+ (P x R x T/ 100), wherein P is the principal amount, R is the rate of interest, and T is tenure in years.

    • For an FD with compound interest:

    M = P+ P {(1 + i/100) t-1}, wherein P is principal, i is interest rate per period and t is tenure.

    How is the interest on a bank Fixed Deposit (FD) calculated?

    Just like the maturity amount, you can also calculate the interest rate for an FD via mathematical formulas.

    • To determine simple interest:

    SI: P x R x T/100, where P is the principal, R is the rate of interest, and T is the tenure.

    • To determine compound interest:

    A = P (1+r/n) ^ (n * t), wherein A is the maturity amount, P is the principal amount, r is the rate of interest in decimals, n is the number of compounding in a year, and t is the number of years.

  • What is the minimum tenure for which one can invest in fixed deposits?

    You have the option to invest in an FD for the duration of your choice. An FD can be purchased for as little as a seven-day period of time.

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