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Tax Saving Bond

The investor can choose any/all of the following options in respect of Tax Saving Bond :

 

Option I II III
Tax Benefit under Section 88 88 88
Issue Price (Rs.) 5,000 5,000 5,000
Face Value (Rs.) 5,000 6,660 9000/-
Tenure 3 years 3 years 4 months 6 years 6 months
Interest (%) (p.a.)* 9.00 DDB@(YTM 9.0%) DDB@(YTM 9.5%)
Interest Payable Annually DDB@ DDB@
Yield to Investor (%)*+ # 18.05 16.7 13.4
Interest Payment Dates March 01    
Redemption date February 19,2005 June 19,2005 August 19, 2008

 

@ Tax Saving Bond Options II and III are in the nature of Deep Discount Bond (DDB), hence no periodic interest is payable.

* Subject to TDS as per the then prevailing tax laws.

+ The yield has been calculated considering the tax rebate of 20% available to the investor and assuming that a surcharge of 2% of tax is payable in case of all the options.

# Rounded off to nearest multiple of 0.1.

 

Encash Bond

This Bond is designed to give instant liquidity anytime after one year,across the counter,to investors in case of need.

 

Issue Price (Rs.) Rs. 5000
Face Value Rs. 5000
Tenure 5 years
Interest (%) (p.a)* 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
8.75 9.00 9.25 9.60
Interest Payable Annually
Interest Payment
Dates
March 01
Annualised yield at the end of respective year (%)*# 8.8 8.9 9.0 9.1
Redemption date February 19,2007

 

Encash Bond will be allotted only in physical mode and not in demat mode.

* Subject to TDS as per the then prevailing tax laws.

# Rounded off to nearest multiple of 0.1.

 

Regular Income Bond

Face Value : Rs. 5,000/-

Redemption : At Face Value, i.e., Rs. 5,000/

The investors can choose any/all of the following options in respect of payment of interest:

 

Option I II III IV
Issue Price (Rs.) 5000/- 5000/- 5000/- 5000/-
Face Value (Rs.) 5000/- 5000/- 5000/- 5000/-
Tenure 7 years 7 years 7 years 5 years
Interest (%) (p.a.)* 9.50 9.75 10.00 9.50
Interest Payable Monthly Half-Yearly Annually Annually
Interest Payment Dates Month End March 01 & September 01 March 01 March 01
Yield to Investor (%)*# 9.9 10.00 10.00 9.5
Redemption date February 19, 2009 February 19, 2009 February 19, 2009 February 19, 2009

 

* Subject to TDS as per the then prevailing tax laws.

# Rounded off to the nearest multiple of 0.1.

 

Money Multiplier Bond (in the nature of Deep Discount Bond)

The investors can choose any/all of the following options:

 

Option I II
Issue Price (Rs.) 5,000/- 5,000/-
Face Value (Rs.) 7480/- 10000/-
Tenure 4 years 6months 7 Years 3months
Interest (%) (p.a) DDB@ DDB@
Interest payable DDB@ DDB@
Yield to Investor (%)*# 9.4 10.0
Interest payment Dates DDB@ DDB@
Redemption date August 19, 2006 May 19,2009

 

* Subject to TDS as per the then prevailing tax laws.

# Rounded off to the nearest multiple of 0.1.

@ Money Multiplier Bonds are in the nature of Deep Discount Bond (DDB), hence no periodic interest is payable

 

Children Growth Bond (in the nature of Deep Discount Bond)

This Bond has been designed to provide for the lumpsum expenditure requirements once the child has grown up for events such as the child's wedding, higher education etc. The investors can choose either/both of the following options:

 

Option I II
Issue Price (Rs.) 5,000/- 5,000/-
Face Value (Rs.) 25,000/- 40,000/-
Tenure 16 years 5 months 21 years
Interest (%) (p.a) DDB@ DDB@
Interest payable DDB@ DDB@
Yield to Investor (%) 10.3 10.4
Interest payment Dates DDB@ DDB@
Redemption date July 19, 2018 February 19,2023

 

* Subject to TDS as per the then prevailing tax laws.

# Rounded off to the nearest multiple of 0.1.

@ Children Growth Bonds are in the nature of Deep Discount Bond (DDB), hence no periodic interest is payable