Here's how an everyday savings account is best suited for you
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  • NRI Services
  • Investors

Many open savings account online or offline owing to its liquidity and security features. However, opting for any offline or online savings account may not fetch you the desired results. You must ensure to choose the correct type of savings account to reap maximum benefits from the same. This is where an everyday savings account comes into play.

Reasons why you need to have an everyday savings account by Kotak

  • No non-maintenance penalty

Most savings bank accounts need you to maintain a minimum average balance. In case you fail to meet the requirement, a penalty is generally charged. However, with Kotak’s everyday savings account, you get the option to have this charge waived off subject to certain conditions.

  • Offers additional advantages in the form of deals and discounts

Transacting through this everyday savings account can help you earn some attractive offers and discounts on dining, groceries, travel, movies, and medicines, to name a few. Such tie-ups with distinct platforms across different categories can be advantageous if you are a frequent service user. If you can manage your savings account AMB requirements or other pre-set conditions, then you can opt for this account to get exclusive deals, offers and discounts to save on your overall buying costs. An important benefit to be noted here is that such deals are not limited to festivals but are also offered on your special days – be it your birthday or some anniversary.

  • A debit card that fulfills your shopping and other needs

If you are fond of some retail therapy or splurging once in a while on yourself, the debit card that comes with this account offers some sweet deals on your favourite brands, every day of the week. The card also grants higher daily transaction and withdrawal limits so that nothing can be of hindrance when you are in need of money or need to make important transactions.

How to open an everyday savings account?

When it comes to opening any type of savings account with Kotak, there is a set of eligibility criteria that you need to meet, and an everyday savings account is no different. To be eligible to open this account, you must belong to any one of these categories –

  • Resident Indian (sole or joint account)
  • Hindu Undivided Families
  • Foreign nationals residing in India

Apart from this, you would also need to provide valid documents as proof of your identity and address. Here are the documents you need to open this type of savings account with Kotak –

  • Driving license, passport, voter’s ID, Aadhaar for identity proof
  • Passport, driving license, voter’s id, Aadhaar, utility bill, bank statement, an updated account passbook for address proof
  • PAN, driving license, passport as proof of your signature

Ending note

Holding an everyday savings account that matches your needs not just allows you to save in the form of cashbacks and discounts but even endows you access to higher reward points and various other benefits. However, an essential point to remember when opting for any type of savings account is to check the fees and charges associated with it.

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