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A very basic curiosity that surrounds in the back of an Individual or a family`s mind that whether they should trust their hard earned savings in the hands of an entity or an individual. Though in today’s world of digitalisation anyone can invest directly and save a part of their expense which is surely very tempting and alluring. However, this is just one side of the story. With over 2000 schemes in debt and equity category the selection of the schemes has to be appropriate with the needs of each individual. As the needs and risk appetite of each individual may differ.Hence, the same financial product cannot be referred to every individual. Moreover, moving forward with the consistent monitoring of investments and rebalancing of your..


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From 1 July 2020, stamp duty will be imposed on the purchase of mutual funds, including systematic investment plans (SIPs) and systematic transfer plans (STPs), but not on the redemption of units. The duty will apply to all mutual funds—debt as well as equity. However, its impact will be felt the most on debt funds, which are typically held for short periods, as we explain below.

The stamp duty will be imposed at a rate of 0.005% on the purchase or switch-in amount. Apart from this, stamp duty will also be imposed on the transfer of mutual fund units such as transfers between demat accounts at 0.015%. Due to its design, the stamp duty is likely to have the most impact on short holding periods of 90 days or less.

Let us look at this impact with a more detailed example. If you invest Read More.

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