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We are in last quarter of FY 2022-23 / AY 2023-24 and you should complete your tax planning for the year by 31st March 2023. Different sections of Income Tax Act of 1961 can help you reduce your tax obligation and save taxes by claiming deductions from your gross taxable income. In this blog post, we will discuss about two...

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ITI Mutual Fund has launched a New Fund Offer, ITI Flexi Cap Fund, an open-ended equity scheme which will have flexibility to invest across market capitalization segments i.e. large cap, midcap and small cap. ITI Flexi Cap Fund is the 9th scheme in ITI MF’s equity product offerings. The NFO opened for subscription on...

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Balanced advantage funds, also known as dynamic asset allocation funds, are a type of hybrid mutual funds which invests in debt, equity and arbitrage strategies. The asset allocation of these funds is managed dynamically based on an asset allocation model that changes asset allocation depending on market conditions. SEBI has not...

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Dynamic Asset Allocation changes equity and debt allocations of the portfolio based on market conditions. Dynamic Asset Allocation models usually increase asset allocation to equity and reduce allocation to debt, if equity valuations fall. If equity valuations increase, then dynamic asset allocation models reduce...

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As we approach the end of FY 2022-23 / AY 2023-24, you should ensure that you complete the tax planning for this year by 31st March 2023 for availing the tax benefits available under various sections of Income Tax Act, 1961. If you are unable to complete the tax planning before the deadline set by your company...

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Most retail investors keep their savings primarily in traditional fixed income investments like Bank Fixed Deposits, Government Small Savings Schemes etc. With the RBI hiking repo rates to 6.25%, the interest rates of Bank FDs and Government Small Savings Schemes have also gone up. However, investors may...

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Most investors associate mutual funds mainly with equity investments. While equity as an asset class has an important role to play in your financial plan, fixed income or debt also has an equally important role. Traditionally fixed income investments have been associated with bank deposits, Government small savings...

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Asset allocation refers to diversification of your investments in more than one asset class. Asset allocation for most investors means diversifying into equity and fixed income or debt. In our blog post, How can multi asset allocation work for you?, we had discussed the benefits of diversification across 3 or more asset classes. We...

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Short term funds, also known as short duration funds, are debt mutual fund schemes which invest in debt and money market instruments such that the Macaulay Duration of the scheme is 1 to 3 years. Macaulay duration is the weighted average of the period the investor should remain invested in the security in...

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Target maturity funds are open ended passive debt mutual fund schemes, which track an underlying bond index and have defined maturity dates. You will get the principal along with accrued interest on maturity of the fund. Target maturity funds (TMFs) can be in the form of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) or Index Fund. You need demat and trading...

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