Mutual Fund

What is a Mutual Fund?

A Mutual Fund is a trust that pools together the savings of a number of investors who share a common financial goal. The money collected is then invested in Capital Market Instruments such as Shares, Debentures and other securities based on their objective. The income earned through these investments and the capital appreciation realised are shared by its unit holders in proportion to the number of units owned by the Investors. Mutual Funds in India are regulated by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), and Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI).Investing in Mutual Funds is considered to be the easiest way through which you can increase your wealth.

* Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully.

Types of Mutual funds

Equity Funds

These are type of funds that primarily invest in stocks and main the investment objective of this class of funds is Long Term Capital Growth. Further, there are many types of equity funds which are categorized based on the size of the companies like Large, Multi/Flexi, Mid, Balance/Asset Allocator.

Debt Funds

These funds are known as safe investments and provide secured returns. In these, funds are invested in debt instruments like Company Bonds, Government Bonds, Fixed Income Assets, etc.

Balanced Funds

The strategy used by these funds are to maintain a certain percentage of mix of both debt and equities. Normally, a typical Balanced Fund will maintain a distribution of 60% equity and 40% debt.

Asset Allocation Fund

It follows on similar objectives that of Balanced Funds but then these kinds of funds do not hold any specified percentage of any asset class.

Dividend Fund:

This type of mutual funds invests in stock of companies that pay dividends, which are profits that a company shares with its stakeholders. These are income generating funds and tend to be less risky than other types of funds. It is a good choice of investment for those who seek regular payments over appreciation.

We do not recommend dividend mutual funds as they attract Tax Liability

What Is SIP ?

Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) is a very easy and convenient mode of making investments in mutual funds on a regular basis. SIP allows one to cultivate a habit of savings and creating wealth for the future by starting early. Offering ease and flexibility, through SIP one can create a planned approach towards investing right. SIP gets auto-debited from the investors account and the amount is invested into a mutual fund scheme that has been specified. The investor then gets a certain number of units which is based on the current ongoing NAV (Net Asset Value). Every-time a SIP is made, additional units keep getting added to the investor’s account. SIP has proved to be an ideal choice of investments for retail investors who lack resources to pursue active investments.

Benefits Of Sip


Offering a hassle-free mode for investing, one can directly get the SIP amount deducted from one’s bank account via a standing instruction to facilitate Auto-debit function.


By investing through SIP, you commit to saving regularly. So, with SIP, one gets into a mode of disciplined savings along with creating a path of attaining one’s financial objectives and goals.


With SIP, one can decide and increase/decrease the amount as they wish, although it is always recommended to continue SIP with a long-term Perspective.


Investing with SIPs leads to long term gains because of the power of compounding and rupee cost averaging. Rupee cost averaging is an automated market timing technique that eliminates one’s need to time the market.

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Is it good to invest in a Mutual Fund?
Mutual funds as financial instruments are more tax-efficient than Traditional Investments. Short-term as well as Long-term gains from Mutual Funds are taxed in a way that it doesn't eat into the returns. These funds are more profitable as Long-term investments because the longer you stay invested, the more profits you earn. Moreover Mutual Funds are the only instrument which can give you better returns than Property /Gold /Fixed Deposit or PPF without creating Tax Liabilities.
How much should I invest in Mutual Fund?
On the basis of these three expenses, 50-30-20 rule of budgeting of one's income comes into play where one devotes 20 per cent of its income for Mutual fund savings, 50 per cent for important and necessary expenses while 30 per cent of the income is devoted to those expenses that is important but not necessary.
Can Mutual Fund be sold anytime?
You can buy and sell these funds just anytime. These funds offer High Liquidity. Close ended schemes: In case of close ended schemes the maturity period ranges between two years to 15 years. ... You could also sell back the units to the Mutual Fund Company during a specified period. However to get maximum returns on your mutual fund investment you need to plan long term plan and try to maximise the appreciation.
Can I start a mutual fund SIP with a specific goal for future?
A SIP (a small investment each month) can help you build corpus which can be aimed at a future expenditure like Children Education, Marriage Expenditure or even paying off Home Loan. The best way to maximise the returns on your Mutual Funds is work with an objective to either save for retirement or Pay Off Loans, or Children’s Future Plans.
How can I plan my Mutual Fund saving to provide me income at a later date?
During retirement you need Regular Income from our savings to compensate for the lack of income from employment. Mutual funds saving can be planned in a way where you can have a regular income on monthly basis from the mutual fund appreciation like a pension or salary or like rent from a property. Mutual Fund returns as compared to all other savings like Fixed Deposit or Rent From Property is higher and tax free.