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SBI FD Interest Rates for Senior Citizens & Non-Senior Citizens

Depending on factors such as your age and the tenor you choose, the SBI FD rates may vary. For instance, the FD interest rates start from 3.00% per annum and go all the way up to 7.00% per annum. And if you’re an individual above the age of 60, you get an additional 0.50% above the regular rates. This additional rate is over and above the base rate applicable for the tenor of your choice.


The below-mentioned table outlines the different SBI Fixed Deposit rates across tenors -


Non- Senior Citizen

Senior Citizen

7 days to 45 days

3.00% p.a.

3.50% p.a.

46 days to 179 days

4.50% p.a.

5.00% p.a.

180 days to 210 days

5.25% p.a.

5.75% p.a.

211 days to less than 1 year

5.75% p.a.

6.25% p.a.

1 year to less than 2 years

6.80% p.a.

7.30% p.a.

2 years to less than 3 years

7.00% p.a.

7.50% p.a.

3 years to less than 5 years

6.50% p.a.

7.00% p.a.

5 years and up to 10 years

6.50% p.a.

7.50% p.a.

Note: The above-mentioned rates are effective as of February 15, 2023 and are applicable for retail domestic fixed deposits of less than ₹2 Crores. The rates are subject to change from time to time at the bank’s discretion .

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Features and Benefits of SBI Fixed Deposit

Flexible Tenors

Enjoy flexible tenors ranging from as low as 7 days to as high as 10 years.

Low Minimum Deposit

Open a SBI FD online with a minimum deposit amount of just ₹1,000.

Easy and Hassle-Free FD Account Opening Process

Open an FD account with SBI through the Internet Banking portal or by visiting any of the nearest branches.

Interest Payout

Option to receive the interest on your fixed deposit either on a monthly, quarterly, semi-annual or annual basis

Quick and Easy Estimation of Returns

Use the SBI FD Calculator to determine the returns you could earn on your FD over a specific tenor

Loan Against FD

Avail a loan against your FD of up to 90% of the FD maturity amount

SBI FD Interest Rates for Senior Citizens and Others for up to 5 Years

The fixed deposit interest rate offered by SBI varies based on the investment tenor you choose. The table below shows you these details of the interest and the maturity amount you could earn on an investment of ₹1 Lakh.


Non-Senior Citizen

Senior Citizen

Interest Rate

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Maturity Amount

Interest Rate

Interest Earned

Maturity Amount

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2 years







3 years







4 years







5 years









Types of SBI Fixed Deposit Schemes

There are various types of SBI FD schemes that you can choose from, these include: 

Regular FD Scheme

  • Deposit your funds in the account and earn returns over a period of time at a set rate of interest

  • Senior citizens earn an additional rate over the regular interest rates

SBI Tax Saving Scheme

  • Individuals and HUFs can save on taxes under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act, 1961

  • Eligible for tax benefits of up to ₹1.5 Lakhs, thereby helping you gain more returns

Reinvestment Plan

  • Receive interest on the FD maturity

  • Auto-renewal option available in case you wish to re-invest your funds for even higher returns

SBI Multi Option Deposit Scheme

  • FD account linked with your savings or current account

  • Funds can be withdrawn in multiples of ₹1,000

  • Interest earned will be paid upon maturity

Money Multiplier Plan 

  • Link your FD account with your savings account and earn higher interest rate accordingly

  • Option to avail a loan against FD

Flexi Deposit Scheme

  • Make deposits at any point of time during a month rather than a single lump sum amount

  • It also features various deposit facilities as part of its offerings.

Amrit Kalash FD Scheme

  • Special FD scheme that features a tenor of 400 days

  • Offers an interest rate of 7.10% p.a. for regular individuals and 7.60% p.a. for senior citizens

  • The interest is paid at monthly/quarterly/half-yearly intervals

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TDS Implications on SBI Fixed Deposit

Here are the different TDS implications on SBI’s fixed deposits: 

  • The interest earned from FDs, including tax-saver ones, is taxable as per your income tax bracket

  • TDS of 10% applicable for resident Indians on interest earned above ₹40,000 for regular citizens

  • For senior citizens, the threshold limit for TDS stands at ₹50,000

  • In case, you fail to submit your PAN details, the applicable TDS rate is 20%

  • Investors can be eligible for tax deductions up to ₹1.5 Lakhs under Section 80C of the Income tax Act, 1961, on depositing funds in an SBI tax saving FD


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Latest FD News 

SBI and HDFC Bank to Discontinue Special FD Schemes, Effective From 31st March, 2023

HDFC Bank had earlier introduced a special scheme for senior citizens called the “Senior Citizen Care FD” in May, 2020. This scheme was extended numerous times and is valid until 31st March, 2023, after which it will be discontinued. Also, senior citizens could enjoy an interest rate of 7.75% p.a. on fixed deposits with a tenor between 5 years 1 day to10 years. This was 75 bps or 0.75% higher than the standard interest rate.


In the same line, SBI had also introduced a ‘400 days’ special scheme known as Amrit Kalash. The scheme offered an interest rate of 7.10% p.a for general citizens and 7.60% p.a for senior citizens. However, the scheme will cease to exist with effect from 31st March, 2023.


- April 10, 2023

SBI Launches Amrit Kalash Fixed deposit Scheme

The public sector bank, State Bank of India, launched the Amrit Kalash Fixed Deposit scheme, a limited-period FD scheme that offers 7.6% p.a. interest rate to senior citizens. The scheme is available for fresh deposits as well as renewal of maturing fixed deposits. This particular FD scheme is available till the 31st of March, 2023. The bank also offers 7.5% p.a  to senior citizens on fixed deposits below Rs.2 crores for tenors of 2 to 3 years and 5 to 10 years.


- Mar 01 , 2023

State Bank Of India Raises Interest Rates On Fixed Deposits By 65 Bps

SBI has raised the interest rates on some fixed deposits (FDs) by up to 65 bps with effect from 13 December 2022. This increased rate of interest would apply to FDs of up to Rs.2 crores. The revised interest rate is applicable to new as well as renewal of old deposits. The bank also offers senior citizens an additional 50 basis points interest rate across all tenors. After the latest revision, senior citizens will get 3.5% to 7.25% on fixed deposits that mature in 7 days to 10 years. The bank last hiked its interest rates on fixed deposits across all tenors by up to 80 bps on 22 October 2022.


- Dec 13 , 2022

FAQs about SBI FD

Yes, SBI FD provides a premature withdrawal facility. However, it charges a penalty of 0.50-1% on premature FD withdrawal. You can either visit the nearby branch or log into your online net banking portal to initiate a premature withdrawal.

No. You cannot extend the tenor of a State Bank of India fixed deposit. However, you can opt for automatic renewal which will renew the deposit upon maturity for the same tenor. You can renew your deposit by visiting the nearest SBI bank branch or by logging into your netbanking portal.

Yes, you can pledge your SBI bank FD to get a loan of up to 90% of the maturity amount.

You can use the SBI FD calculator to determine the total interest and maturity amount of your fixed deposit with the bank.

The SBI fixed deposit opening form is the standard form that you need to submit while opening an FD account. It can either be filled online or submitted physically to your home branch. Moreover, there are forms 15G and 15H, which are required to be submitted to avoid any TDS deduction from your interest amount.

An SBI tax-saving FD with a minimum tenor of 5 years can provide you a tax benefit of ₹1.5 Lakhs under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act. That said, the minimum deposit amount in this case would have to be at least ₹1,000.

Yes, by default, TDS will be deducted on your SBI fixed deposit if the interest exceeds ₹40,000 (or ₹50,000 if you are a senior citizen). However, by submitting forms 15G or 15H, you can avoid this deduction.

TDS refunds, in case an additional or incorrect amount has been deducted, can be claimed while filing the IT returns with the government. The refund process can be understood in detail by visiting the Income Tax website.

Yes, you can add a nominee to your State Bank of India fixed deposit account. It can be done through your netbanking account, the SBI YONO app or by visiting the branch and submitting a physical form.

Yes, you can avail a loan for up to 90% of the amount held in your fixed deposit account.

Yes, indeed. If you already have an SBI FD, it is very simple to get a credit card against it. All that you need to do is provide an identity proof and submit a credit card application form at the nearest bank branch.

The shortest tenor that you can opt for when opening a fixed deposit account with SBI is 7 days.

The maximum fixed deposit interest rate SBI offers a resident non-senior individual is 7.00% per annum for a tenor between 2 years to less than 3 years. In the case of senior citizens, the highest FD interest rate offered is 7.50% per annum for a tenor ranging from 5 years to 10 years. Note: The SBI FD interest rates mentioned above are with effect from February 15, 2023 and may be changed from time to time depending on the bank’s policies

Yes. State Bank of India offers the auto renewal feature on all its fixed deposit plans. You can opt for this facility at the time of creating an FD itself.  

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