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What Justifies Every Parent From Opening A PPF Account For Their Child?

<p>Parents desire to safeguard the futures of their children by providing them with some financial security when necessary at pivotal points in their life. To provide kids a strong financial foundation for the future, opening a Public Provident Fund (PPF) account might be a crucial first step. PPF is a government-backed savings program that provides favorable return rates in addition to a number of additional benefits. PPFs are risk-free investments with consistent returns since the government backs them.</p>
<p>The following are some of the ways a PPF account can improve your child’s long-term financial stability:</p>
<p>-Lock-in duration</p>
<p>There is a 15-year lock-in period for PPF accounts. When the kid turns 18, he or she may decide whether to cancel the account or keep it open.Therefore, if you set up a PPF account for your kid while they are young, they may skip the fixed lock-in period and have more freedom to withdraw money.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-59679″ src=”” alt=”” width=”1314″ height=”984″ srcset=” 259w,×112.jpg 150w” sizes=”(max-width: 1314px) 100vw, 1314px” /></p>
<p>-Tax advantages:</p>
<p>Anyone may establish a PPF account at the bank or post office that is closest to them. In a single fiscal year, an account holder is allowed to deposit or invest up to Rs 1.5 lakh, which is also qualified for any relevant tax advantages at the time the return is filed. Under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act, contributions to PPF are tax deductible. In addition, both the interest received and the maturity funds are tax-free.</p>
<p>Interest rate for PPF:</p>
<p>One investment vehicle type that falls under the Exempt-Exempt-Exempt (EEE) classification is PPFs. PPF is a risk-free investment choice with a guaranteed return. Currently, investments made into PPF accounts are eligible for an interest rate of 7.1%.</p>
<p>If you want to invest in a low-risk financial instrument, the Public Provident Fund, which is supported by the government, is your best choice. Due to the lengthy lock-in period, your initial investment and any generated returns compound to provide you with higher income.</p>
<p>– Partial Retraction:</p>
<p>According to PPF regulations, account holders may withdraw money from their PPF accounts beginning in the seventh year, subject to a number of conditions. On the other hand, an extended PPF account may have different withdrawal policies.</p>
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