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How many types of savings accounts are there? Which is best for you, know the details here

Saving Bank Account: Do you know that there are many types of savings accounts as well. There is a separate savings account for working people, separate for the elderly, separate for women and separate for children. Let us tell about them.
New Delhi: In today’s time everyone has a bank account. Most of these people use Saving Bank Account. But do you know that there are many types of savings accounts as well. There is a separate savings account for working people, separate for the elderly, separate for women and separate for children. In this way, in total there are 6 types of savings accounts. Let us tell about them.
1. Salary Savings Account
Such accounts are opened on behalf of companies by banks for their employees. Banks offer interest for this type of account. It is used to pay salaries to the employees. Whenever the time comes to pay the salary, the bank withdraws the money from the company’s account and puts it in the account of the employees. There is no minimum balance condition for this type of account. If the salary is not received for three months, then it gets converted into a regular savings account.
2. Zero Balance Savings Account 
This type of account has the features of both savings and current accounts. There is a withdrawal limit in this, you cannot withdraw money more than the mean limit. But you do not incur any penalty if the balance is less. 
3. Regular Savings Account 
It is opened on certain basic conditions. In this type of account, there is no regular deposit of any fixed amount, it is used like a safe house, where you can keep your money only. There is also a condition of minimum balance in this. 
4. Women’s Savings Accounts 
Such bank accounts are specially designed keeping in mind the women. In which there are many different types of features. Women are offered low interest on loans, free charges on opening demat accounts and discounts on various types of purchases.
5. Minors Savings Account
This is for children, there is no need of minimum balance in this. This savings account is meant to meet the banking needs of the children for their education. This type of bank account is opened and operated only under the supervision of a legal guardian. When the child turns 10 years old, he can operate his own account. When the child turns 18, it gets converted into a regular savings account. 
Also read:  Central employees should do this work before March 31! There will be a direct benefit of Rs 4,500
6. Senior Citizens Savings Account 
It works exactly like a regular savings account, but offers higher interest rates to senior citizens as compared to regular ones. Therefore, senior citizens should open this account only because interest is more in it. This bank account is also linked to the savings schemes of senior citizens, from which funds are withdrawn from pension funds or retirement accounts and needs are met. 
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