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When you land your first job, the first and best thing you could do for your salary is to deposit it in a savings account. Opening one with IDFC FIRST Bank will offer you - quick and easy access to your funds, online banking facility, security, and an opportunity to grow your wealth.
You can even apply for an account with IDFC FIRST Bank online.
Some of the benefits of opening an account with us are:
We would recommend keeping money in your account that can cover at least three to six months’ worth of expenses. These funds should act as a financial cushion for your regular expenses. Feel free to store as much money as you would be comfortable setting aside.
To open a Resident savings account with IDFC FIRST Bank, all that is required is:
The Average Monthly Balance required is ₹25,000 for Savings account with VISA Signature debit card. Please reach out to us for more information.
You can open an IDFC FIRST Savings account which is completely digital. All you need to do is:
Opening a new high-interest yielding savings account and making thoughtful investments right from your first salary can help you create a good financial corpus.
We wish you the best on your first step towards being a financially responsible individual.
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