What are the charges of opening an NRE/NRO Account in India?
Charges of opening an NRE/NRO Account in India
There are no charges of opening an NRE/NRO Account in India. Although you need to maintain an average monthly or quarterly balance of Rs.10,000/-.
Failure to maintain average balance
If you fail to maintain the average monthly or quarterly balance, you will have to pay a penalty which is different for different banks.
Charges of opening an NRE/NRO Account in India (Monthly Balance Requirements)
Most of the Top Banks opt for an Average Quarterly Balance (AQB) or Average Monthly Balance (AMB) to open an NRE/NRO Regular Savings Accounts. The average AQB/AMB of most of the top banks for opening a NRE/NRO Account is Rs.10,000/-:
Rs.10,000/- (Metro/ Urban branches)
|Rs.3,000/- (Metro/ Urban branches)|
Rs.1,000/- (Rural Branches)
Permissible Credits in NRE Account
Credits refer to the money that can be deposited in a bank account. The permitted credits in an NRE Account are:
- Inward remittance from outside India
- Interest earned on the money deposited in the NRE account
- Interest on investments made through the NRE Account
- Transfer from other NRE/ FCNR(B) accounts
- Maturity gains from investments (if such investments were made from this account or through inward remittance)
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