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23-Sep-2018
if an fund is purchase on an non working day then which day nav will purchaser get i.e nav of last working day or nav of next working day @day close. Read More...
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23-Sep-2018
@rahulnailwal , it will be next working day NAV if the investment is less than 2L and it is an equity investment. For greater than 2L or liquid funds the NAV of date is applicable when funds actually reach the AMC.. Read More...
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10-Sep-2018
hello all 😊 kindly advise if I invest in liquid funds an lumpsum amt and redeem it after 1yr then it will be under LTCG or not and further gain on this fund would b tax free or not if gain < 1lac as read from fY 18-19 gain up to 1lac in LTCG will b exempted for income tax. Read More...
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Hi, Rahul, Liquid funds are debt funds, and their taxation differs from Equity funds. For 3 years, they come under STCG , the gains from such funds are added to your income for taxation purposes. After 3 years, the taxation rate is 20% with the benefit of indexation. Read More...
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09-Sep-2018
$Axis Bluechip Fund - Direct Plan - Growth OR $Mirae Asset Emerging Bluechip Fund - Direct Plan - Growth OR $Reliance Large Cap Fund - GROWTH PLAN GROWTH OPTION ...help me in chosing these ...how are these funds ...are all same or different .. kindly suggest is it better to choose 1 only or should invest in all 3 ? 🙏🙏 Read More...
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09-Sep-2018
axis blue chip is a good large cap.. Read More...
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08-Sep-2018
having paperless SIP through my SB account and I am in transferable job .want to know if I transfer my account to other place , my IFSC code will change ,then my SIP will remain to continue or not. Read More...
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08-Sep-2018
Why change account. Use same account. You can access it from anywhere. Read More...
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08-Sep-2018
"80 CCG Deduction.Enter Deduction amount,do not enter investment amount".....written as shown in ITR1_PR3 Excel sheet....what to enter here....do ELSS are mentioned here .... kindly advise 🙏 Read More...
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Is this for for ITR of 2-3 years back as 80 CCG deduction for RGESS scheme. ELSS is not qualified under it. The deduction in this section is 50% of the investment amount done in the RGESS scheme. So if you invested 50,000 in RGESS , then you have to enter 25,000.  Read More...
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07-Sep-2018
kindly suggest ...is it a good idea to invest in liquid fund a corpus of around 5-6 lacs if amt is needed in between 1.5 to 2 yr for sister marriage ...as compared to fd as it will attract income tax also. Read More...
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07-Sep-2018
If redeemed before 3 years, no tax benefit same as FD Read More...
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26-Aug-2018
Difference between fund(G) & fund direct (G)? both having different nav under the same fund name...kindly clarify 🙏 Read More...
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26-Aug-2018
direct growth means less expense money you are paying for purchasing fund means you are purchasing mutual fund directly from company. you will earn more money in future. other option is regular plan in which broker is involved. 1 percent he will take from your investment regularly till you take you your money. In this option nav is less. in future you and your agent both will earn. money is your but agent will also earn. like lic agent. Always invest in direct fund growth option. Read More...
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25-Aug-2018
do liquid funds have exit load?? Read More...
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25-Aug-2018
no Read More...
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24-Aug-2018
hello all🙏 new to mutual funds age 30 yr ..kindly advice for short term goals of 3-5 yr and long term goal of 10-15 + yr ...where to invest i.e small cap or in large or multicap funds....please clarify these funds ...all seems to same to me😎 Read More...
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24-Aug-2018
If you have lumpsum amount then park money into liquid funds, it will give around 7-8 % returns. From that fund give STPs (systematic transfer plan) that can be daily, weekly, fortnightly or monthly. Select a large cap fund for around 3 year horizon , a multicap around 5 Years horizon and midcap/small cap if you can stay invested above 5 years. If you stick to your investments you can definitely create a good corpus according to your goals and needs. If you don't have a lumpsum amount then do regular SIPs into above said category of funds. Here you have to maintain a balance in your savings account through which the SIP amount gets deducted regularly. In this way you would get habit of saving money and invest it systematically for better returns in future. The most important advice, once you get in MFs stay as long as you can and continue with systematic investments. This patience and discipline would definitely make you wealthy in long term. Read More...
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