Associated Press of Pakistan Central Directorate of National Savings (CDNS) has designed a special saving product for Overseas Pakistanis to fetch about US$ 500 million to US$1200 million per year by channelizing their savings held back in their respective resident countries. In this regard the CDNS has designed Overseas Pakistani […]
The government has revised down the interest rates on the National Savings Schemes (NSS) on investments with effect from January 1, 2013, according to a statement. According to the announcement made by the Central Directorate of National Savings (CDNS), in response to considerable slash in the discount rate by the […]
The government is considering introducing short-term National Savings Schemes (NSS) products for a year and below. The government with the consent of finance experts in the Ministry of Finance was about to launch such a scheme last year for the benefit of small investors, but after finding some flaws in […]
Federal Government Thursday said rates of return on National Savings Schemes (NSS) would remain unchanged. The existing rates of return on NSS are 13.55 percent for
By Jawwad Rizvi LAHORE: The National Savings Organisation (NSO) will introduce Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) and a modernised website by next year, the NSO chief said on Friday. “The savers will be able to operate their accounts from anywhere in the world,” said Zafar Sheikh, Director General NSO while speaking […]
KARACHI: The government has notified the rules for the National Saving Bonds, which could also be traded in the stock exchange and could be pledged as securities in Pakistan.
Profit rates on National Saving Schemes have changed from 1st July 2019. Please click here for updated rates Frequently Asked Questions(General Queries) Q.1 Can I deposit profit cheque into my account with any scheduled bank? If not, then how can I withdraw my profit without coming to the Centre? Ans: […]
Rate cut would apply to new investors only. Existing investors would not be affected by the reduction. By Mehtab Haider ISLAMABAD: The government plans to generate Rs240 billion through the National Savings Schemes (NSS) in the new fiscal year 2009-10 and automate 44 of the busiest centres of Central Directorate […]