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Baroda Tax Savings Term Deposit Account Features

Scheme Variant BARODA TAX SAVING - RIRD
BARODA TAX SAVING - MIP
BARODA TAX SAVING – QIP
Product Nature

The product targeting the customers intending to invest money for availing the rebate under Section 80C of Income Tax Act in the nature of Term Deposit for the period of not less than 5 years.

TD131 Tax saving RIRD
TD132 Tax saving MIP: under this scheme Interest on Deposit is paid on monthly basis.
TD133 Tax saving QIP: under this scheme Interest on Deposit is paid on quarterly basis.
Eligibility/ Target Group All individuals and HUF are eligible to invest in the product. It is most suitable for income tax payers like salaried persons, higher and middle-income group, retired persons etc.
The firms, companies, trusts, societies, clubs, institutions, corporate etc. are not allowed to invest under the product.
Minimum & Maximum Amount Of Deposit Minimum Deposit of amount shall be Rs 100, thereafter in multiple of hundreds, subject to maximum deposit amount in a financial year is not to exceed Rs 1,50,000 for availing tax benefit.
Period Of Deposit The term deposit should be for a period not less than 5 years. However, maximum tenure of the deposit will not exceed 10 years.
Types Of Accounts
  • Term deposit can be in single and joint name.
  • The single name deposit is to be issued to an individual for himself or in the capacity of the Karta of the Hindu Undivided family.
  • Joint account may be in the name of maximum two adults or jointly to an adult and a minor. As per Government’s present Guidelines, in case of joint account/ joint holding of deposit, income tax relief will be available only to the first holder of the deposit.
Rate Of Interest

Prevailing rate of interest for fixed deposits.

  • Senior Citizen: An Additional interest @ 0.50 % is payable.
  • Staff/Ex-staff: As per Bank guidelines issued from time to time (Presently additional interest 1% is payable).
  • Ex-staffs who are Senior Citizen: shall get both the benefits of Staff rate as well as Senior Citizen interest rate.
Interest Payment & Tax Liability
  • Interest will be computed on quarterly rest basis similar to our usual fixed deposit scheme.
  • Deposit can be accepted under our RIRD/MIP/QIP scheme.
  • At the request of customer Prepayment allowed only after completion of 5 years at its discretion and pay interest at 1% below the rate ruling on the date of making deposit, for the period for which the deposit has actually remained with the Bank. If the branch has paid any interest on such a deposit, the excess amount of interest paid, if any, should be recovered from the principal amount at the time of prepayment of deposit.
  • Interest on the deposit is liable to tax. Tax on interest payable on deposit is to be deducted at source as per the extant guidelines of the government from time to time.
Nomination Facility Nomination facility will be available.
Tax Deduction At Source Interest payment is subject to Tax Deducted at source (TDS) as per prevailing Income Tax ACT.
Availability Of Loan/ Overdraft No loan and/ or any type of credit facility can be considered against the security of the deposit. The deposit cannot be taken as collateral security also.
Other Terms And Conditions
  • Term deposit can be in single and joint name.
  • The single name deposit is to be issued to an individual for himself or in the capacity of the Karta of the Hindu Undivided family.
  • Joint account may be in the name of maximum two adults or jointly to an adult and a minor. As per Government’s present Guidelines, in case of joint account/ joint holding of deposit, income tax relief will be available only to the first holder of the deposit.
Auto Renewal On maturity the deposit will be renewed for a period of -12- months under regular FDR scheme.
Premature Payment Premature payment is not allowed. However, in case of death prepayment is allowed as per the Banks usual norms and procedures.
Other Salient Features: 
  • The general rules governing the Banks Term Deposit scheme other than specified above will also be applicable to the accounts opened under product.
  • The receipt or Account of Term Deposit under the scheme can be transferred to any other Branch of our Bank as per our Normal procedure.
  • Deposit under the Scheme is subject to Govt. guidelines as applicable from time to time.

Baroda Tax Savings Term Deposit Account Most Important Terms and Conditions (MITC)

  • Rate of Interest to Senior Citizen: An additional interest @ 0.50% is payable for deposits below Rs. 2 crore only.
  • Tax Deduction at Source:TDS will be deducted as per income tax rules. No TDS will be deducted if a person submits form 15G/15H as applicable.
  • TDS Certificate:TDS certificate will be provided to all customers.
  • Advance against Deposits:This facility is not available to a minor account in single name and HUF. If the interest is not deposited for more than 2 quarters, term deposit will be apportioned immediately.
  • Interest certificate available at request of customer
  • Deposit certificate- Term Deposit Receipt is provided
  • Term deposits can be transferred from one branch to another branch at the request of the customer.
  • Mode of Payment:Maturity proceeds are credited to the SB/ CA account of the customer. In cases where there are no operative accounts of the customer, maturity proceeds can be given in cash below Rs. 20,000 above which DD/pay order will be issued.
  • Minor Accounts can be opened for individuals above 10 years subject to maximum cap of Rs. 1,00,000

Interest Payment:
  • In terms of Reserve Bank of India directives, interest shall be calculated at quarterly compounding intervals on Term Deposits and paid at the rate decided by the Bank depending upon the period of deposits. In case of Monthly Deposit Scheme, the interest shall be calculated for the quarter on compounding basis and paid monthly at discounted value. The interest on Term deposits is calculated by the Bank in accordance with the formulae and conventions advised by Indian Banks' Association.
  • Accordingly Bank has adopted following methodology.

    “In all cases of Domestic Term Deposits ( period of deposit more than a year) where the terminal quarter is incomplete, interest should be calculated for complete quarter and the actual number of days, reckoning the year 365/366 days viz the calculation of interest on such deposits should be in order of completed quarters and days.”

  • For Deposits of 2 Quarters and above, interest is calculated in quarterly compounded for complete quarters and where the terminal quarter incomplete, interest is calculated proportionately for the actual no of days reckoning the year 365/366 days.
  • The Maturity Amount mentioned in the receipt is calculated without giving TDS effect. While calculating interest for half year(Quarterly compounded), the interest calculated for previous half year (quarterly compounded) minus TDS will be added to principal amount for calculating interest for current Half Year.
  • For Short Deposits of less than 2 quarters but more than 1 quarter simple interest will be paid for complete quarter and plus interest for remaining days reckoning the year 365-366 days( without compound effect).
  • For short deposits of less than one quarter interest is calculated proportionately for actual number for days reckoning the year 365-366 days.
  • The interest on FCNR deposits shall be paid at the rates calculated in accordance with the basis prescribed by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) from time to time for various maturities. The interest on FCNR deposits shall be paid on the basis of 360 days to a year and shall be calculated at intervals of 180 days each.
  • Deduction of Income tax at source from payment of interest on time deposits (section 194A of income tax act 1961) w.e.f 1st July 1995
  • Income Tax is to be deducted in cases where the total interest paid or credited on all time deposits in the name of a depositor with Bank as a whole, whether singly or jointly (as first named person) exceeds the specified limit per financial year as under income tax act 1961, Tax is to be deducted either at the time of credit to the account or payment of interest to the depositor whichever is earlier subject to change in limits of interest eligible for tax limit from time to time.

    In case the depositor submits following Form before end of April every year, no tax may be deducted.

  • Non-corporate customers other than Senior Citizens - Form No.15G along with PAN (w.e.f. 1st April 2010).
  • Senior Citizens i.e. individuals of the age of -60- years or more - Form No.15H along with PAN (w.e.f. 1st April 2010) w.e.f. 1st April 2010 I.T. Department has made it mandatory to quote Permanent Account No. (PAN) by deductees in all cases where TDS is applicable, failure of which would attract the TDS at a higher rate of 20% (against normal rate of 10%) or normal rate whichever is higher. Further it has also been made compulsory to mention PAN on form No.15G / 15H w.e.f. 1st April 2010.
  • The Bank will issue a system generated tax deduction certificate (TDS Certificate) for the amount of tax deducted on quarterly basis.
  • Interest earned/accrued on NRE & FCNR Term Deposits is tax free in India under the relevant provisions of Income Tax Act in India and hence no tax at source is deductible in respect of these deposits. “In case of NRO deposits” The depositor can claim the benefit of reduced rates of tax under Double Tax Avoidance Agreement (DTAA), which India has with the governments of various countries, by submitting the documents prescribed by the Bank at the beginning of every financial year.
  • However, Bank has statutory obligation to deduct tax at source on any interest paid / payable on NRO Term Deposits at the specified rates. If PAN is submitted with a declaration applicable under Double Tax Avoidance Treaty - TDS is deducted @ applicable rate for the country of residence of the customer.

  • If PAN is submitted without declaration - TDS is deducted @30%
  • If declaration is submitted without PAN - TDS @normal rate or 20% whichever is higher.
  • If PAN and declaration is not submitted - TDS @30%
  • All interest payments will be rounded off to the nearest rupee.
  • The Term Deposit account holders at the time of placing their deposits can give instructions with regard to closure of Deposit account or renewal of deposit for further period on the date of maturity. In absence of such mandate, the Bank will automatically renew the deposit as under.
  • If Deposit is placed for more than one year it will be automatically renewed for one year at the prevailing rate on due date.
  • If Deposit is placed for less than one year it will be automatically renewed for same period at the prevailing rate on due date.
  • In case, the customer wishes to make changes in the tenure or wants premature proceeds of the Term deposit, the same is allowed at the written request of the customer. In case of deposits under callable scheme premature withdrawal of bulk deposit is done as per Bank’s discretion.


Bulk Deposits (Rs.2 crore & above)
  • “Bulk Deposit” means a single Rupee Term Deposits of Rs. 2 Crore and above (RBI/2018-19/128, DBR.DIR.BC.No.27/13.03.00/2018-19 dated.22.02.2019).
  • In case multiple deposits are created on same day aggregating Rs.2.00 Crores and more, but the same mature on different dates, then it will not tantamount to splitting of Bulk Deposit. Also multiple deposits created on same day aggregating Rs.2.00 Crores and more with same maturity period but for different specific purposes will not tantamount to splitting of Bulk Deposit, provided the customer submits supportive documents for the same.

Settlement of Dues in Deceased Deposit Account
  • If the depositor has registered nomination with the Bank, the balance outstanding in the account of the deceased depositor will be transferred to the account of nominee after the Bank satisfies about the identity of the nominee etc. Payment is made to nominee as representative of legal heirs.
  • The above procedure will be followed even in respect of a joint account where nomination is registered with the Bank.
  • In a Joint Deposit Account, when one of the joint account holders dies, the Bank is required to make payment jointly to the legal heirs of the deceased person and the surviving depositor(s). However, if the joint account holders had given mandate for disposal of the balance in the account in the forms such as “either or survivor”, “former / latter or survivor”, anyone of survivors or survivor; etc., the payment will be made as per the mandate to avoid delays in production of legal papers by the heirs of the deceased.
  • In a Term Deposit account held in joint names if operating instructions is “either or survivor”, “Former or survivor” when one of the depositor dies, the payment will be made to survivor on maturity. If prepayment is demanded, it will be allowed only after obtaining consent of legal heirs of the deceased.
  • In the absence of nomination and when there are no disputes among the claimants, the Bank will pay the amount outstanding in the account of deceased person against joint application and indemnity by all legal heirs or the person mandated by the legal heirs to receive the payment on their behalf without insisting on legal documents up to the limit approved by the Bank’s Board. This is to ensure that the common depositors are not put hardship on account of delays in completing legal formalities.

Interest Payable on Term Deposit in Deceased Account
  • In the event of death of the depositor before the date of maturity of Deposit and amount of the deposit is claimed after the date of maturity, the Bank shall pay interest at the contracted rate till the date of maturity. From the date of maturity till the date of payment, the Bank shall pay simple interest at the applicable rate as on the date of maturity, for the period for which the deposit remained with the Bank beyond the date of maturity, as per the Bank’s policy in this regard.
  • However, in the case of death of the depositor after the date of maturity of the overdue deposit, the Bank shall pay interest at Savings Bank Deposit rate applicable on the date of maturity from the date of maturity till the date of payment.

Premature Withdrawal of Term Deposit
  • Premature payment is not allowed. However, in case of death prepayment is allowed as per the Banks usual norms and procedures
  • Penalty is waived on settlement of claims in the deceased depositor’s accounts and two or more joint depositors where one of the depositor has died, Interest is paid at applicable rate.
  • In normal circumstances premature closure of a joint deposit shall be permitted only if all the deposit holders sign a request to that effect. In the case of Term deposits with operating instructions Either Or Survivor, Former Or Survivor, Latter Or Survivor and Anyone Or Survivor and in the event of death of one of the joint holders, in the absence of relevant mandate, premature closure of such deposit will be allowed only if the legal heirs of the deceased agree for such premature closure. In cases where relevant mandate is available with the Bank, premature closure of such deposits shall be allowed in the favour of survivors.

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