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The tax-saving season has just begun. Many mutual fund investors who invest in Equi...
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January to March is considered the tax saving season because many taxpayers love to...
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Investors can choose between the dividend option or growth option.
ELSS is a great way to save tax and grow wealth. NPS is a low-cost option that can save additional tax. Find out which of these is better for you.
ELSS funds have the shortest lock-in period of merely three years.
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Once investors are forced to get stuck for three years, it normally ends up being well, says Kumar
The government is setting a target of Rs 1,05,000 crore of disinvestment receipts for the financial year 2019-20.
Mutual fund advisors say the category, with its mandatory lock-in period and buy and hold investment strategy, is the best first mutual funds an investor can have.
ELSSs help investors to save taxes of up to Rs 1.5 lakh under Section 80C in a financial year.
Most mutual fund advisors ask their clients to link their investments in tax-saving mutual funds or ELSS funds to a long-term financial goal.
Investments in ELSS qualify for a tax deduction of up to Rs 1.5 lakh under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act. But these funds have seen negative returns of minus 8 per cent last year. Should you use this category to save tax this ...
The best way to save taxes is to invest in ELSS. Here are a few pointers that you need to keep in mind when you are shopping for an ELSS to invest.
Some retail investors like to reinvest their money in Equity Linked Saving Schemes (ELSS) every three years to claim tax benefits under Section 80C.
You probably know that an Equity Linked Saving Scheme or ELSS helps you to save taxes of up to Rs 1.5 lakh under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act. But have you ever wondered why investment experts claim these tax-saving mutual fu...
An ELSS is a mutual fund scheme that qualifies for tax deduction under Section 80C of the income Tax Act while NPS allows to claim tax deduction under Section 80CCD(1).
“I would ask investors to keep the faith in the asset class," says Gautam Sinha Roy.
As said before, your investments in ELSS are eligible for a tax deduction of up to Rs 1.5 lakh from your gross total income under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act. Though you can avail a maximum tax deduction of only Rs 1.5 lakh ...
Traditionally, January to March is known as the tax-saving season.
Among tax-exempt investments,ELSS has the shortest lock-in period of three years.
‘ELSS One View Statement’ does not include investments in non-ELSS funds and any mutual funds unit holdings in demat mode.
Many investors in tax saving mutual funds or Equity Linked Saving Schemes get confused about their SIP investments and claiming tax deductions on them.
Many mutual fund investors are worried about the performance of Equity Linked Saving Schemes or tax saving mutual fund schemes in the last year.
The month of March is that time of the year when one takes stock of tax-saving investments under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act.
Many financial planners are asking investors to plan their tax savings early this year instead of waiting till January.
We would tell you why you should consider investing in Equity Linked Saving schemes (ELSS) or tax-saving mutual fund schemes this year.
Mutual fund advisors call it a bad habit, but some mutual fund investors cannot help recycling their ELSS or tax saving mutual fund investments at regular intervals.
Many Aadhaar-based e-KYC holders are struggling to invest in ELSS funds as part of their last minute tax planning exercise this financial year.
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