Mutual Funds Taxation

Taxes has always raised eyebrows of peoples and are more concerned about reducing its impact. Taxation on investment reduces the net impact of return on investment. This post discusses mutual funds taxation in detail with focus on Equity Funds Taxation, Debt Funds Taxation, SIP Taxation, Balanced Funds Taxation, Index Funds Taxation , Mutual Fund Dividend Treatment/Taxation and ELSS Taxation.

Unlike interest from Fixed deposit which is taxed according to the income tax slab of the depositor,

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Balanced fund vs Equity Fund: Review, Differences, Comparison

Balanced fund vs equity fund reviews the difference, similarities, advantages and dis-advantages of both types of funds.

Balanced Funds

Balanced Funds are the category of mutual funds which invests in a mix of stocks and bonds. The fund is also known as the hybrid fund. The fund is designed to provide investors with modest capital appreciation and provide safety from volatility.

The fund is divided into two categories, one is equity oriented and another one is debt oriented(actually

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Short Term Debt Fund vs Long Term Debt Fund : Review, Returns

Debt Mutual Funds

As the name suggest, Debt Mutual Funds invest in different categories of debt securities like Government Bonds, Corporate Bond, Money Market Securities, Treasury Bills of different maturity date and have fixed interest payment. Debt Mutual Funds are categorized into various types like Dynamic Bond Fund, Short Term Debt Fund, GILT Funds etc. Every Debt Mutual Fund carries a credit risk rating assigned by external rating agencies, which indicates the creditworthiness of the borrowers.

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Post Office Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana (SSY): Scheme Details, How to open An Account

Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana is a govt scheme for the girl Child however very few people know that sukanya samriddhi account can be opened in post office as well. We discus about Post office Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana Scheme Details, how to open an account and tax benefits in this blog.

Gender discrimination is one of the grave problems we all face in India. In India where education of male child is given priority and where wedding expense

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Reliance Securities : Review, Brokerage Charges, Features

Reliance securities is a full-service online trading and investment platform and is the broking arm of Reliance Capital. In this blog we look at Reliance Securities Features, reviews, trading account opening and Brokerage Charges.

Reliance Securities started its operation in 2005. It has a strong presence across the country with 1000+ offices serving 8 Lakh customers.

Reliance Securities offers services in:

  1. Equities
  2. NCDs/Bonds
  3. Sovereign Gold Bond
  4. IPOs
  5. Mutual Funds
  6. Derivatives
  7. Currency
  8. Corporate

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KYC forms for mutual fund

KYC is an acronym for- Know Your Customer. It allows banks to understand and know their clients and their financial dealings in a better manner. This enables them to serve their clients in a superior way and also helps to manage risks sensibly. KYC forms for mutual funds are available with CAMS or CVL.

You can download CVL KYC form  for mutual funds here

You can download CAMS KYC mutual funds here 

Why KYC?

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Best Index Funds in India

Ever determined how Index gains or loose points. It all depends on the composition of Index. An index is a composition of stocks with large market capitalisation. Change in the price and weight age of the stocks included in the index moves the points. With the change in market capitalisation of stocks, weightage of stock in the index is determined. We look at the Best Index Funds in India in this post.
In the same way Index

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National Pension scheme (NPS) Calculator

National Pension is one of the popular tax-saving schemes. In this post we look at various NPS Calculator and how NPS calculators work.

National Pension scheme calculator works on the below few factors:

  1. Age
  2. Amount of contribution made
  3. Rate of return as prescribed by government for that given period of time.

So we will discuss now how each of these factors affect NPS calculation.

  1. Age of the interested investor: Any contribution made under NPS scheme can be withdrawn only when the

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