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  • The Banks play an important role in the financial system and the economy. Theis involved in borrowing and lending money. ... Banks also play an important role in offering finance to businesses who wish to invest and expand. These loans and business investment are important for enabling economic growth.
  • An investment bank, on the other hand, can hold stocks and bonds and may offer those to investors in the marketplace. Small businesses rely on commercial banks for a variety of services that make it easier to do business and grow a company.
  • Business banking is a company's financial dealings with an institution that provides business loans, credit, and savings and checking accounts specifically designed for companies instead of individuals. Business banking occurs when a bank, or division of a bank, only deals with businesses.
  • An NRI Account refers to the accounts opened by a Non-Resident Indian (NRI) or a Person of Indian Origin (PIO) with a bank or financial institution which is authorised by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), to provide various services.
  • Funds in NRE Accounts are fully and freely repatriable. However, funds in your NRO Account are repatriable only post payment of applicable taxes. ... Interest earned on FCNR deposits are also tax-free in India. Convenience benefits: One more advantage of NRE and NRO Accounts is convenience.
  • As an NRI, you might not be clear about the various benefits of the accounts available to you. As such, to manage your income and investments, it is essential to open an account with the numerous NRI Benefits in India. Here are five NRI Account benefits that you need to know.

    • Tax Benefits: Knowledge about taxation on Interest will help you select the right NRI Fixed Deposit. While the interest earned on your NRE Saving Account as well the NRE Fixed Deposit is tax-free in India, savings in the NRO Saving Account as well the NRO Fixed Deposit are subject to TDS as per the Income Tax regulations. You also have an option of transferring funds from your NRO account to NRE account post payment of applicable taxes.
    • Repatriation Advantages: Another important advantage of NRI Accounts is repatriation benefits. Both NRO and NRE Saving Accounts allow smooth movement of funds because you can repatriate both, the principal and interest abroad. Funds in NRE Accounts are fully and freely repatriable. However, funds in your NRO Account are repatriable only post payment of applicable taxes.
    • Minimal Balance Requirement: You don’t need to maintain high balances in your NRE and NRO Accounts. Many banks have dropped their minimum balance requirement significantly. Nowadays, most banks require just Rs. 10,000 as a minimum balance.
    • FCNR Deposit: In addition to NRE/NRO saving accounts and NRE/NRO fixed deposits you also have an option of booking Foreign Currency Deposits. So if you want to save your earnings in Foreign Currency then you can book FCNR deposit and earn interest in Foreign Currency. Interest earned on FCNR deposits are also tax-free in India.
    • Convenience benefits: One more advantage of NRE and NRO Accounts is convenience. Opening an NRI Account is easy. Most banks allow you to open NRI accounts without visiting the branch in India. All you need to do is fill a form online, take a printout, attach the self-attested copy of the required documents and courier it to the bank in India. HDFC Bank allows conversion of your existing Resident account to NRO account by simply emailing the required documents to the Branch via your register email id.




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