Open Ended and Closed Ended Funds

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  If you have been noticing the recent inclination of average Indian investors towards mutual funds, you might be wondering the reason behind it. It is because of the high returns and tax saving benefits that these mutual funds offer relative to the traditional investments like real estate, precious metals, fixed and recurring deposits, etc. Since there is a high demand in the market for mutu...
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Growth Plans are more Tax efficient than Dividend Plans

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  Finance minister Arun Jaitley while unveiling the budget proposal for 2018-2019, came up with 10 percent Dividend Distribution Tax (DDT) on distributed income from equity oriented mutual funds. Additionally, as per the proposal, investors will have to pay 10 percent tax on long term capital gains (LTCG) from stock markets, exceeding Rs. 1 Lakh. This could possibly impact investor outlook as...
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Why should you choose SWP over dividend scheme?

‚Äč Systematic Withdrawal Plan is a scheme where investors can withdraw a fixed amount of money from their funds periodically. The investor can customize the cash flow according to his wishes. The frequency of withdrawal is chosen by the investor. This is favorable for retired individuals who can generate income periodically with low-risk funds. Benefits of choosing SWP over dividends: Taxation bene...
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