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Everything that you need to know about Mutual Funds

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    An annual vacation is something that most people aspire for. Some people want to take a holiday to escape from their hectic work schedules while others take a holiday to reconnect with their families. Then there are people who seek

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  • How can you aim to save tax?

    If you are making a New Year resolution to plan your taxes better, then you better start as soon as possible. Tax planning is something that should be considered at the beginning of the financial year and not towards the end. However,

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  • Know more about investing in debt mutual funds

    Debt funds predominantly invests in fixed income securities like Government securities, corporate bonds, debentures, etc. The debt market is very important for both the corporates and the government who are looking to raise money and for

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  • A Primer on Investing in Equity Mutual Funds

    An equity fund is a mutual fund scheme that invests predominantly in equity stocks.In the Indian context, as per current SEBI Mutual Fund Regulations, an equity mutual fund scheme must invest at least 65% of

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  • Why invest for the long term?

    Investing can be considered as an easy task for anyone but generating the desired returns on your investments is not that simple. It depends on a host of factors that include your risk-taking ability, the asset classes you chose, investment horizon andexpected returns.

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  • Know your Risk Quotient

    We have often heard the warning, "Mutual Fund Investments are subject to market risk". In fact, all investments inherently carry some elements of risk. However, risk in itself is nothing to be feared about. Risk denotes an uncertainty in outcome. Fortunately, risk can be managed.

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  • Importance of Asset Allocation

    Have you ever stopped to wonder why you should never put all your eggs in one basket? The answer is obvious. If you were to drop that basket, then all the eggs that you own would break resulting in a total loss. However, if you were to split your eggs among two or more baskets then even if you dropped one basket, your loss would be limited to only those eggs in that one basket.

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  • Save Tax

    There are various provisions of the Income Tax Act 1961 that give individual tax-payer an opportunity to reduce his/her overall tax liability. Investments in certain schemes and instruments are allowed for deduction which reduces the overall taxable income of an individual. When evaluating different tax savings schemes, one option that investors can evaluate is tax saving mutual funds.

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  • Myths & Facts

    Traditionally, we have always understood the importance of savings and investment. With a household savings rate of ~30%1, Indians have historically shown a proclivity towards savings.Despite this, mutual fund penetration in the country is on the lower side and stands at ~11% of GDP2.

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  • Mutual Funds:"Sahi" for every investor

    Money is not just a medium of transaction but also a means to attain financial security and achieve our financial goals. To generate returns or income from money earned, it is important to save and invest.

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    Financial Planning and It’s Benefits

    All of us have dreams that we want to achieve. From buying a car, buying a home, planning higher education for children or planning for retirement. Financial planning is the first step towards realizing your dreams. It helps in identifying your goals and putting a financial value to them.

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    Understanding Asset Allocation

    "Don't put all your eggs in one basket!" - This age old proverb that most of us have grown up with has diversification of risk as the focal point. Some of the most basic and fundamental principles of investing can often be learnt through simple, real life experiences.

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    Understanding Risk & Return

    The simplest way to define risk / return tradeoff is the "ability-to-sleep-well-at-night" test. Some investors handle financial risks better than others due to their current financial health, investment time horizon and realistic returns expectations.

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    Investing in Growth vs. Dividend Option

    The dilemma of choosing between Growth or Dividend options of a mutual fund scheme can be one of the most confusing decisions that you need to make while investing. Both of these options have their own advantages and disadvantages, and deciding which is a better fit will almost always depend on your individual needs and circumstances.

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    Systematic Investment Plan

    A Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) is a method that allows you to invest a fixed sum, regularly, in a mutual fund scheme. It is just like a recurring deposit with the post office or bank where you put in a small amount at regular intervals.

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It is mandatory for all mutual fund investors to undergo a one-time KYC (Know Your Customer) process.
For more info on KYC specifically on: the procedure for completing KYC, for changing address details, for changing contact details, for changing bank details, visit barodabnpparibas.in/investor-centre/information-on-kyc.
For more info on submitting a complaint or a grievance, visit https://www.barodabnpparibas.in/contact-us
Further, investors should ensure that they transact ONLY with SEBI Registered Mutual Funds listed under Intermediaries/Market Infrastructure Institutions on the SEBI website https://www.sebi.gov.in/intermediaries.html.
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Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks. Read all scheme related documents carefully.

Scheme Riskometer**

**Basis portfolio of the Scheme as on Oct 31, 2022


*Investors should consult their financial advisers if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them


Benchmark Riskometer**

**Basis constituents of the scheme as on Oct 31, 2022



*The PRC matrix denotes the maximum risk that the respective Scheme can take i.e. maximum interest rate risk (measured by MD of the Scheme) and maximum credit risk (measured by CRV of the Scheme)

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