Guide to Save Tax through Mutual Funds
A rupee saved is a rupee earned.
And a rupee well invested can grow a lot more.
With a significant amount of your earnings going in taxes, smart tax planning can
ensure you keep more of your hard-earned money. With the right knowledge and tax
planning, you can invest your money prudently to pay less tax and earn more out
of what you save.
Selecting the right tax saving instrument is the key and mutual funds are great
instruments to invest in. Here is a guide to help you understand tax implications
and issues regarding mutual fund investments. Read on to know how to use mutual
fund tax rules to your advantage.
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The information set out is neither a complete disclosure of every material fact
of the Income-tax Act, 1961 and/or income tax rules, nor does constitutes tax or
legal advice. Investors should be aware that the fiscal rules/ tax laws may change
and there can be no guarantee that the current tax position may continue indefinitely.
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