Form No. 15G

No TDS is deducted by banks on interest earned in saving bank accounts and recurring deposit accounts We invest money in fixed deposits to get better returns. If you go through the instructions mentioned on your FD certificate, it usually mentions: “If the depositor is not liable to pay income tax and the interest to be paid in a financial year does not exceed the maximum amount which is not chargeable to income tax, the depositor may submit a declaration in Form No. 15G / 15H so that income tax is not deducted at source.” What does the statement mean. The below article provides a comprehensive picture of what does ‘Form No. 15G’ and ‘Form No. 15H’ mean.

Banks normally ask depositors to submit Form No. 15G and Form No. 15H each year. There are different rules as to who can submit Form No. 15G and Form No. 15H.

Download Form 15G of All Bank

Allahabad Bank Karnataka Bank
Andhra Bank Karur Vysya Bank
Axis Bank Kotak Mahindra Bank
Bandhan Bank Lakshmi Vilas Bank
Bank of Baroda Nainital Bank
Bank of India Oriental Bank of Commerce
Bank of Maharashtra Punjab & Sindh Bank
Canara Bank Punjab National Bank
Catholic Syrian Bank RBL Bank
Central Bank of India South Indian Bank
Citi Bank State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur
City Union Bank State Bank of Hyderabad
Corporation Bank State Bank of India
DCB Bank State Bank of Mysore
Dena Bank State Bank of Patiala
Dhanlaxmi Bank State Bank of Travancore
Federal Bank Syndicate Bank
HDFC Bank UCO Bank
HSBC Bank Union Bank of India
ICICI Bank United Bank of India
IDFC Bank Vijaya Bank
Indian Bank Yes bank
Indian Overseas Bank
IndusInd Bank
Jammu and Kashmir Bank