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ELSS tax benefits are available for both Indian residents and NRIs

This article was first published on livemint. Are there any tax-saving advantages in NRI mutual funds? Equity-linked saving schemes (ELSS) allow tax saving under Section 80C of the Indian Income Tax Act. An investment of up to ₹1.50 lakh in ELSS...

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How to Compare Mutual Funds & Their Performance?

How to Compare Mutual Funds? A comparative analysis is of great value in selecting the right mutual fund scheme to meet financial goals in the defined time. MF comparison does not mean only looking at the past returns. Of course,...

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Guide on How to Select Mutual Funds

How to select mutual funds? The need to invest money in the most profitable and efficient manner is the first rule of any kind of investment. For a first-time investor, it is especially crucial to understand the A-Z of all...

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What is SIP?

SIP (systematic investment plan) is a process of investing a fixed periodic amount in the various mutual fund schemes.

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SIP vs Lumpsum Mutual Fund

Which is better and when to choose what? We all have been hearing this question for a long time now. It isn’t easy to pick one. Each one has its own benefits. The main difference between SIP and lump sum...

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    A Focused Funds Guide in India

    A focused fund is an equity mutual fund investing in a limited number of stocks. As per SEBI guidelines, a focused fund can invest in a maximum of 30 stocks. Other equity mutual funds typically hold 50-100 stocks. Some focused mutual funds also...

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