Saturday, October 13, 2012

Corporate FDs Yield Comparison Table

An increasing number of investors are choosing to invest in corporate fixed deposits either to balance other riskier investments like equity or to park their funds for fixed returns acting as a safe guard of one's hard-earned money. Prudent customers are making the best of the current opportunities and freezing their investments in corporate FD's which provides higher rates than Bank FD's.

Following is the calculation of maturity value of 1 Lakh in DHFL, Mahindra Finance and Shriram Transport Finance Fixed Deposits in the below table for reference. 

Whether you have been already investing in corporate deposit schemes or planning to consider one, following posts related to do's and don't of corporate FDs should be helpful.

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