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Financial Products Exclusively For Women

By siliconindia   |   Thursday, July 31, 2014   |    1 Comments
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Special saving accounts for women:

Today there are many banks the offer special bank accounts for women including ICICI, Axis, HDFC, IDBI and Kotak.

ICICI bank offers Advantage Women Saving Account that requires minimum of Rs.10,000 and the daily spending limit is the debit card is Rs.50,000.

Axis Bank also offers a Smart Privilege Account For Women that requires minimum balance of Rs.10,000. In addition to this, there are some more benefits like a zero balance minor account, a debit card and a jewellery insurance cover.

IDBI Bank offers the Super Shakti Account for women.  Locker facility is also given for women and investment advisory services at concessional rates. 

The empowering plastic:

Savvy lenders offer specific credit cards for women with special benefits like cash back facilities, lower maintenance charges and accidental insurance on such cards.

HDFC offers Easy Shop Women’s Advantage Debit Card where for one year you get Re.1 as cash back on purchase of Rs.200, 50 percent discount on locker facility and an accident insurance cover up to Rs.2 lakhs.

Standard Chartered Bank offers the Diva Card which offers free health checkup in the foremost hospitals once in a year along with the facility of paying bills at salons and spas.

Likewise, Citibank offers the Women’s Visa Silver Card that is a free card for life. It offers a reward point for purchase of every Rs.200 via card. It offers attractive discounts at various retail outlets as well.

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