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SBI RD Interest Rates

SBI Interest Rates on RD, 2019

Tenure General Rates Senior Citizen Rates
5 years to 10 years 6.85% 7.35%
1 year to 1 year 364 days 6.80% 7.30%
2 years to 2 years 364 days 6.80% 7.30%
3 years to 4 years 364 days 6.80% 7.30%
Posted in State Bank of India

SBI FD Rates

All banks are providing Fixed Deposits to customers and pays approximate 6.5% to 8% per annum.   They also pay for less number of periods also but the rate is lower for short term deposits.   We have listed latest FD rates of SBI below

SBI FD Rates

Tenure Interest Rates for Regular Deposit Interest Rates for Senior Citizen
7 days to 45 days 5.75% 6.25%
46 days to 179 days 6.25% 6.75%
180 days to 210 days 6.35% 6.85%
211 days to 364 days 6.40% 6.90%
1 year 6.40% 6.90%
1 year 1 day to 1 year 364 days 6.40% 6.90%
2 years to 2 years 364 days 6.60% 7.10%
3 years to 4 years 364 days 6.70% 7.20%
5 years to 10 years 6.75% 7.25%
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State Bank of India Form No. 15H

Form 15H is required for saving TDS which is deducted by banks.   You need to simply fill form 15H form at your State Bank of India Branch to save TDS.

If you are looking for Form 15H of State Bank of India?   Get that form in PDF Format from BankForms.org.

Download State Bank of India Form No. 15H in PDF Format.

Posted in State Bank of India

State Bank of India Form No. 15G

Form 15G is required for saving TDS which is deducted by banks.   You need to simply fill form 15G form at your State Bank of India Branch to save TDS.

If you are looking for Form 15G of State Bank of India ?   Get that form in PDF Format from BankForms.org.

Download State Bank of India Form No. 15G in PDF Format.

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SBI raises interest rates on bank FD and home loans

The largest public sector bank in India – State Bank of India – has decided to increase the interest rate payable on retail deposits, followed by an increase in MCLR (marginal cost of funds-based lending rate) – the rate charged on loans – by up to 20 basis points. As the largest lender revises its interest rates.

Now we can see almost all banks will increase the rates on deposits.  Though increase is not much, but you can get some extra income while investing in FDRs.

 

 

Posted in State Bank of India

Download State Bank of India UID / Aadhar Updation Form.

All banks made it compulsory to update Aadhar with them to link their Bank Account.   You can download State Bank of India UID / Aadhar Updation form from here.

Download State Bank of India Aadhar Updation form in PDF, State Bank of India UID updation form in PDF, download State Bank of India UID / Aadhar Updation form absolutely free from here.

So, Download State Bank of India UID / Aadhar Card Updation form to link your bank account.

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How to Activate Internet Banking in State Bank Of India (SBI)

SBI bank is the largest government in India and always been crowded.  People tend to spend hours standing in long queues for completing their banking transactions.   There is only one solution for this, opt for Internet banking of  SBI.

 

Here is how you can activate internet banking in SBI

 

1. First of all, the user has to obtain the internet activation form for this purpose from the official website of SBI. It should be filled and submitted to the branch where you are already holding a savings account. In case, you are opening a fresh account, the application form already has a separate page for this purpose.

2. Once you have submitted the application, you will receive an envelope containing the password. It is delivered to home address. It is important that the address mentioned in the application form is correct so that you can receive the password.

3. Username has to be collected from the bank only and make sure that the envelope is sealed when you are receiving it.

4. Thereafter, you have to login on the offcial website for SBI internet banking, www.onlinesbi.com.

5. At the time of first login, you will be asked to change the password and add a profile password. Profile password is used when you are transferring money from one account to another.

6. You might have to visit the branch in case some problem occurs. You can contact the bank manager to get your doubts clarified.

 

But you should keep below mentioned points secret and never disclose to anyone.

 

1. Never disclose your password to anyone.

2. The mobile number you give while filling the application for net banking is very important. You will receive one time verification code on that number for validating every transaction.

3. Onlinesbi.com also asks users to update their passwords at regular intervals so as to keep the accounts safe.

4. Do not fall in trap of calls of scammers pretending to be bank officials and asking you for bank account related information.

 

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Posted in State Bank of India

Change in Interest Rates of SBI Saving Bank Account

SBI bank which is the largest Public Sector Bank in India has announced 2 rates for diffferent types of SBI Account Holders which is very surprising.

Now accounts having more than 1 Crore in Balance can get 4% interest rate while accounts having less than 1 crore will get only 3.5% of interest per year.

This has been done by SBI to maintain MCLR (marginal cost of funds based lending rate).   Now small account holders will be getting less interest rates from now on.

 

 

Posted in State Bank of India

SBI Toll Free Numbers

SBI Toll Free Phone Numbers are mentioned below…

Toll free number: 1800 11 2211
Toll free number: 1800 425 3800
Toll number: 080-26599990

Also you can contact Toll Free to SBI Customer Care in various states, numbers are listed below.

 

STATE TOLL FREE NO
Andhra Pradesh 1800-425-8525
Andaman and Nicobar Islands 1800-345-4545
Arunachal Pradesh 1800-345-3616
Assam 1800 345 3756
Bihar 1800-345-6195
Chandigarh 1800-180-1111
Chattisgarh 1800-233-4358
Dadra and Nagar Haveli 1800-233-1000
Daman and Diu 1800-233-1000
National Capital Territory of Delhi 1800-1800-124
Goa 0832-241-6666
Gujarat 1800-233-1000
Haryana 1800-180-1111
Himachal Pradesh �1800-180-8053
Jammu and Kashmir Setup in progress
Jharkhand 1800-345-6576
Karnataka 1800-4259-7777
Kerala 1800-425-11222
Lakshadweep 1800-4259-7777
Madhya Pradesh 1800-233-4035
Maharashtra 1800-102-2636
Manipur Setup in progress
Meghalaya Setup in progress
Mizoram Setup in progress
Nagaland 1800 345 3707
Odisha(Orissa) �1800-345-6551
Puducherry (Pondicherry) 1800-4250-0000
Punjab 1800-180-1111
Rajasthan 1800-180-6546
Sikkim 1800-345-3256
Tamil Nadu 1800-425-4415
Telangana 1800-425-1825
Tripura 1800-345-3343
Uttar Pradesh 1800-223-344/1800-102-4455
Uttarakhand 1800-180-4167
West Bengal 1800-345-3343
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NEFT TIMINGS OF ALL BANKS

RBI recently announced that there will be new timings of NEFT transactions.   Now it will be every half hour from 8 am morning to 7 pm on weekdays and on Saturdays, it will be upto 1 pm.

Please refer below chart for NEFT transactions.

 

NEW NEFT TIMINGS FROM 10TH JULY, 2017
MONDAY TO FRIDAY 8.00 AM, 8.30 A.M, 9.00 A.M, 9.30 A.M, 10 A.M, 10.30 AM
11.00 AM, 11.30 AM, 12 AM, 12.30 AM, 1 PM, 1.30PM
2 PM, 2.30 PM, 3 PM, 3.30 PM, 4 PM, 4.30 PM, 5 PM
5.30 PM, 6 PM, 6.30 PM, 7 PM
SATURDAYS 8.00 AM, 8.30 A.M, 9.00 A.M, 9.30 A.M, 10 A.M, 10.30 AM
11.00 AM, 11.30 AM, 12 AM, 12.30 AM, 1 PM