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  1. Tarun Ahuja

    January 14, 2018 10:58 am

    Hi my PPF Account is now past it’s maturity date and I reside overseas. I have signed the withdrawal form and sent it to my family members in India who have taken it to the Post Office. However the post office officials are saying that the signatures on the form do not match with those on their records and insist that I appear in person to resolve the matter. I have not been to India for more than a decade and have no 0kans of visiting in near future. Is there a process to resolve this issue by way os either an affidavit or other forms of indenties that would be acceptable to the post office without me having to appear in person? Thanks Tarun

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  2. Tarun Ahuja

    January 14, 2018 10:58 am

    Hi my PPF Account is now past it’s maturity date and I reside overseas. I have signed the withdrawal form and sent it to my family members in India who have taken it to the Post Office. However the post office officials are saying that the signatures on the form do not match with those on their records and insist that I appear in person to resolve the matter. I have not been to India for more than a decade and have no 0kans of visiting in near future. Is there a process to resolve this issue by way os either an affidavit or other forms of indenties that would be acceptable to the post office without me having to appear in person? Thanks Tarun

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  3. prakash

    May 7, 2018 6:57 pm

    Can A person do partial withdrawal of PPF as per eligibility and deposit the same amount next day in same PPF account to take benefit of Tax saving under 80c?

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  4. prakash

    May 7, 2018 6:57 pm

    Can A person do partial withdrawal of PPF as per eligibility and deposit the same amount next day in same PPF account to take benefit of Tax saving under 80c?

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