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Saving in a account

An account is a safe alternative for short-term savings. When you accumulate savings in an account, you can use your money at any time. Interest income will be less than the return opportunities offered by mutual funds and insurance policies, but there is no risk of losing your savings deposited in an account. 

You should open a savings account that gives better interest compared to a normal current account.

  • You can transfer larger amounts to a target account or make small monthly deposits.

  • A fixed-term return account is a good alternative when you want to invest a certain amount of money and receive interest for a period agreed in advance.

Regular saving in an account is easy. You can enter into a savings agreement under which the amount of your choice will be automatically transferred from your current account to a target account once a month, for example.


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