7 Different Types of Systematic Investment Plan
A systematic Investment Plan (SIP) is a mode of investing in mutual funds. To invest in mutual funds, one can choose either the lump sum investment route or the SIP route. In SIP, investors can invest in mutual funds at...
How to Deal with Loss Making SIPs
Attention mutual fund investors! Is your SIP returns negative? Do you know how to deal with loss making SIPs? Have you started investing in mid-caps and small-caps after looking the high returns they gave in 2017? The nifty midcap index...
How Long is Long Term in Mutual Funds?
Mutual funds have diverse options to choose from. There are funds for every need and each time period. There are funds for the long term and short term. For tax purposes, short term and long term are defined. In mutual...
How do Mutual Funds work in India?
The most common advice one receives when the topic of investments comes up is this: if you start investing in mutual funds, you will get rich! But for some reason, nobody seems to have a clear answer to the ever so common question of how mutual funds work? We’ll address that topic today.
How to Redeem Mutual Fund?
You should go for mutual fund redemption process only when you have achieved your investment objective or there is a drastic change in the portfolio. In this article you would know how to redeem mutual funds online and offline
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How to Invest in SIP?
When it comes to investing in mutual funds, Systematic Investment Plan – most commonly known as SIP – is an excellent approach for your long-term or short-term financial goals. With SIP, an investor has the liberty to invest a fixed amount of money in mutual funds at regular intervals.
Income Tax on Mutual Funds in India
Taxation on mutual funds is a complex topic. Taxes paid on your mutual fund investments vastly depend on factors such as what kind of funds you have invested in, the duration of your investment, which income tax slab you belong to and so on.