PPF withdrawal rules: How to withdraw, take loan from your provident fund account
- PPF account comes with several benefits, including pre-mature withdrawal and loan facilities
- Due to tax savings and a decent interest rate backed by the government, public provident fund is treated as a good investment
NEW DELHI : Providing a decent interest rate of 7.9%, tax savings on both principal and interest, and the safety of a government savings scheme, Public Provident Fund (PPF) is among the most popular small savings tool. You can invest a maximum of ₹1.5 lakh under Section 80C in your PPF account while a minimum investment of ₹500 is mandatory to keep the account alive.
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