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The New Year is around the corner and with a new decade it is the best time to invest in future. Investing in assets which promise greater valuable returns in future should be the priority of individuals. The Bajaj Finance Fixed Deposit, is an excellent choice when it comes to investment, irrespective of customer type individuals can enjoy generous interest rates.

Keeping in mind the inflation-beating returns from investments opting for high interest rate is the key. Bajaj Finance with its FD offers up to 8.10% interest to its regular investor and up to 8.35% to senior citizen on FDs booked for a tenor of at least 36 months, with interest amount payable at maturity. These generous rates are beneficial over longer tenors, where such investment helps multiply wealth rapidly.

Flexible tenor and payout options

Bajaj Finance’s FD allows customers to tailor their FD goals. Through financial planning, customers can meet almost any expense comfortably. The FD investment provide benefit of high investment stability and credibility ratings, being the only Indian NBFC to have the ‘BBB’ rating from the international rating agency S&P Global, indicates Bajaj Finance offer safe and timely returns.

Conveniently invest in multiple FDs via the Multi-Deposit feature

The feature of Multi-Deposit, allow the customers to invest in several FDs through a single cheque. Also, they can make premature withdrawals from one deposit, without disturbing the rest.

About Bajaj Finance Limited

Bajaj Finance Limited, is a part of Bajaj Holdings & Investments Limited and the lending arm of Bajaj Finserv group. It is one of the most diversified NBFCs in the Indian market and caters to more than 36 million customers across the country and employs over 20154 employees. The company’s headquarters are situated in Pune, India. Bajaj Finserv group is engaged in consumer finance businesses, life insurance, and general insurance, with a focus on lending, asset management and wealth management.

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