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Shruti Arora

I am a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER & have worked at Banking and Non-banking Financial Companies.

Mutual Funds

How Many Mutual Funds Should You Invest In?

It’s worrying that so many new investors mistake duplication for diversification. The most common question that new investors (or even existing investors) want an answer to is “How many mutual funds should I have in my portfolio?” The actual number is probably very different from what you think. Before coming to the answer, let us […]

What is a Systematic Withdrawal Plan?

Are you planning to take a sabbatical from work? Or maybe you are thinking of quitting your full-time job to start something of your own? Or maybe retirement is just around the corner? Then obviously your main concern right now will be to replace that steady and regular income inflow so that your budget and […]

What is a Hybrid Mutual Fund?

One of the best things about mutual funds is that there are so many different kinds that everyone can find a suitable mode of investment. No matter what your goals are or what your risk profile is, you can invest easy & make a sound portfolio. In earlier posts I have explained about 3 different […]

Why You Should Avoid Closed-End Mutual Funds

I have written about Debt Funds and Equity-Linked Savings Funds in the past. Now, let’s take a closer look at Closed-End Mutual Funds. Closed-ended funds, by definition, refer to funds where the investor can subscribe only during the launch period and cannot withdraw money until the tenure of the scheme is completed. It is important […]

Tax-saving Mutual Fund Schemes

Equity Linked Savings Scheme or ELSS is a mutual fund scheme which offers the best of both worlds: Long-term wealth creation & tax saving. ELSS serves as one of the best options for your goal of wealth creation and also acts as an effective instrument for tax saving. As the name suggests, ELSS is an […]

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