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Why Invest in Public Provident Fund ?

Safety…Safety…Safety…your money is safe. Dreaded taxes don’t eat into your returns. Yes…This is the public provident fund popularly called the PPF. What is a public provident fund? You invest your …

from The Economic Times

Is it time to forget about Public Provident Fund

Is it time to forget about Public Provident Fund? - The Economic Times

PPF stands for public provident fund and ELSS stands for equity linked saving scheme. Both PPF and ELSS are tax saving investment tools.

Get the public provident fund, Public Provident Fund (PPF) is one of the most popular savings cum tax saving instruments in India. For more details visit our website.

This article is about PPF Vs ELSS Mutual Funds and Which is the best tax saving option. Public provident fund has lockin period of 15 years and offers 8% annualised returns. ELSS Funds has 3 years lockin period, however is high risk and offers between 12% to 15% annualised returns. #PublicProvidentFund #PPF #ELSSfunds

Rs 21000 Cr Deposited In Jan Dhan Accounts Maximum From West Bengal Post demonetisation a whopping Rs 21000 crore has been deposited in Jan Dhan bank accounts. The money has come in after November 8 when Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared 500 and 1000 rupee notes would no more be legal tender. The maximum deposit was reported in West Bengal Finance Ministry sources said on Wednesday. A total of 24 crore bank accounts were earlier opened in the Jan Dhan financial inclusion scheme so as…


This article is about Public Provident Fund (PPF) New Withdrawal Rules in 2016. Premature withdrawals help investors of PPF to use such money in case of emergency