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“ DRAW RESULT OF PRIZE BOND Rs. 200 HELD AT FAISALABAD DATED 15-9-2014 IS AVAILABLE. ”
“ NEXT DRAW RESULT OF PRIZE BOND Rs. 15000 WILL HELD AT MUZAFARABAD DATED 15-9-2014. ”
FAQ's of Prize Bonds and Payment of Prize Money

Q.1      What is the maximum period for claiming the prize money?

Ans:     The prize on any prize winning Prize Bond can be claimed within six years reckoned from the date of that particular draw result. No claim, after the said period of six years is entertained.

 Q.2       Is there any deduction on encashment of prize bonds?

 Ans:      The prize bonds can be redeemed on the face value and there is no deduction whatsoever on the encashment of a prize bond itself irrespective of the amount involved.

 Q.3      What is the procedure to claim a prize on a Prize Bond?

Ans:        The prize money upto Rs.1,250/- can be claimed from any National Savings Centre, branches of authorized scheduled banks or branches of State Bank of Pakistan. Prize money exceeding Rs.1000/- can be claimed only from the branches of State Bank of Pakistan.

                 To claim the prize money, a duly filled application form (PB-1) along with a photo copy of the CNIC, a photo copy of the winning prize bond duly signed on the back is to be presented in the concerned office. However, the prize money is subject to 10% withholding tax.

General Quries:

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:        No. Unlike cheques of banks, the Profit coupons/withdrawal slips of NSS are not negotiable instruments, hence not acceptable by banks. The profit accrued on  BSC only  may, however, be collected through an agent duly authorized by the certificate holder at his/her own risk and subject to the satisfaction of the officer in charge. 

 Q.2          What is the standard procedure for encashment of certificate(s) in case of death of certificate
holder(s)?

Ans:        Subject to the rules of the respective schemes, the  nominee may opt for encashment of the certificates or transfer of the same in his/her name, however, in the former case the nominee shall be required to furnish;

a. an application on plain paper containing three specimen signatures of himself/herself duly verified to the satisfaction of the officer in charge.

b. death certificate of the deceased holder.

c.  attested photocopies of CNICs of both the deceased holder and himself.

d.  in case the certificates are intended to be  transferred to nominee, an application on SC-4 supported by relevant documents shall be required in addition to above requirements.

e.   Original Certificates.

 Q.3         Do the revised rates of profit on National Savings Scheme automatically apply to the investment made prior to such revision?

 Ans:        No.

 Q.4         Are new rates automatically made applicable on the existing investments?

Ans:          All National Savings Schemes (NSS) except Savings Account are term/fixed deposits; hence, the agreement made at the time of investment remains valid upto the maturity of that particular deposit.  Any change in profit either upwards or downwards on later issues doesn’t affect the existing investments.  However, if any investor intends to avail new rates, he/she can withdraw the investment and on payment of subject to nominal service charges (if applicable) and then invest the same on new rates.

 Q.5          Can widowers invest in Bahbood Savings Certificates?

Ans:          No, at present the widowers cannot invest in Bahbood Savings Certificates.  However, after attaining 60 years of age, they become automatically eligible being senior citizens.

 Q.6     Who are eligible to invest in Bahbood Savings Certificates?

Ans:         The widows and the senior citizens aged 60 years or above can invest in Bahbood Savings Certificates.

 Q.7          Is investment made in National Savings Schemes secure?

Ans:         Yes, the investment made in National Savings Schemes (NSS) is fully guaranteed by the Government of Pakistan.

 Q.8         What is the difference between Joint-A and Joint-B type investment?

Ans:        The National Savings Schemes provide the facility of joint investment upto two persons.  There are two different types i.e. Joint-A and Joint-B.  In case of Joint-A deposits, the encashment is given only after having the signatures of both the investors; while in case of Joint-B, either of the investors can withdraw/encash the principal under his/her own signatures only.

With Holding Tax:

Q.1       On which schemes, the withholding tax is applicable and under which law?

Ans:        With the exception of BSC and PBA, profit on all NSS is subject to deduction of withholding tax @ 10 in case the investment exceeds Rs.150,000/- under the Income Tax Law for the time being in force except Regular Income Certificate wherein no such exemption is available.

 Q.2        If two persons are holding joint investment, what is the limit of tax exemption what will be the investment limit either Rs.150, 000/- or Rs.300,000/-?

Ans:        For the purpose of withholding tax deduction, presently Rs.150,000/- shall be deemed to be the limit. As soon as this limit is exceeded the profit shall become liable to withholding tax beyond which tax shall apply irrespective of whether the investment is in single or joint names.

 Q.3      Is there any tax applicable on the prizes won on Prize Bonds, if so, what is the ratio?

Ans:         The tax at the rate of 10% of the prize is deducted at source at the time of payment of prize money in accordance with the Income Tax Ordinance, 2001 as amended from time to time.

 Q.4      I am a non-resident Pakistani and want to make some investment in National Savings Schemes (NSS), whether, the profit earned will be exempt from tax or not?

Ans:        The investment received through the branches of Habib Bank Ltd. and United Bank Ltd. operating abroad and profit paid abroad is exempt from deduction of withholding tax.

Zakat Matters:

Q.1       On which scheme(s), the Zakat is applicable and how?

Ans:     Zakat is collected from investment made in Defence Savings Certificates, Special Savings Certificates (Regd), Savings Account and Special Savings Account.  In case of Defence Savings Certificates, the Zakat is collected @ 2.50% on the accumulated value of the certificate(s) (i.e. principal + profit) as on the Zakat valuation date preceding the date of encashment.  Whereas, in case of Special Savings Certificates (Regd), Savings Account and Special Savings Account the Zakat is collected @ 2.50% of the principal of that particular maturity.

 Q.2       Is there any time constraint for submitting a Zakat Declaration seeking exemption from collection of Zakat?

 Ans:    Yes, there is definitely a time limit.  The said declaration can easily be submitted at the time of investment or after that, but it should be furnished before 1st Shabban so as to make it effective for the coming Ramadan.  Any declaration submitted after the 1st Shabban will be applicable for the next year and not for the current Islamic calendar year.

 Q.3      I am a non-resident Pakistani and want to make some investment in National Savings Schemes (NSS), whether, the said investment will be exempt from Zakat or not?

Ans:          Any assets acquired against payment in foreign currency or maintained in foreign currency are to be treated as exempt from compulsory collection of Zakat. An account, which is opened with foreign currency and out of which an account can be withdrawn in foreign currency or local currency does not change the nature of the account.

 Q.4      Is there any Zakat collection in case of reinvestment of existing Certificates?

Ans:         No. Zakat is only collected at the time of actual encashment.

 


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