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Index Fund


Index funds are a special type of mutual funds which is passively managed. These funds are also known as passive funds. These funds are being offered as another option available to investors to invest in the Indian equity markets, especially for investors who want only index returns or risk averse investors, who do not want to take stock specific risk.

Taxation of Index Funds

When you redeem units of index funds, you earn capital gains, which are taxable. The rate of taxation depends on how long you stayed invested in index funds, i.e., the holding period. Capital gains you make during the holding period of up to one year are called short-term capital gains (STCG). STCG is taxed at a rate of 15%. Similarly, capital gains you earn after a holding period of more than one year are called long- term capital gains (LTCG). LTCG over Rs 1 lakh is taxed at 10% without the benefit of indexation

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Salient features

• Fund managers to invest freely across the market capitalisation

• Well-diversified equity strategy with a flexible ‘go-anywhere’ approach

• Ability to harness opportunities across the market spectrum - Market cap, sector, or style agnostic

• Balances the risk and return aspects pretty well due to diversified portfolio

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Decoding Index Funds

Decoding Index Funds
Index funds are a special type of mutual funds which is passively managed. These funds are also known as passive funds. These funds are being offered as another option available to investors to invest in the Indian equity markets, especially for investors who want only index returns or risk averse investors, who do not want to take stock specific risk

Key Benefits of Index Funds

Key Benefits of Index Funds

Why Index Funds score over ETFs?

Why Index Funds score over ETFs?
Investors have begun gravitating towards index funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs), which are passive and mimic the underlying benchmark indices. They are generally willing to allocate 5-10% of their equity portfolio to index funds and ETFs, which earlier was not there. ETFs and index funds try to mirror the securities in their underlying indices, such as Nifty50, Nifty Next 50 or Sensex, approximately in the same weightage. ETFs are traded on stock exchanges. The question, now, is how to make the choice between an index funds and index ETF?

An investor education & awareness initiative.

Investors should deal only with Registered Mutual Funds, to be verified on SEBI website under "Intermediaries/Market Infrastructure Institutions". Refer www.ltfs.com for details on completing one-time KYC (Know Your Customer) process, change of details like address, phone number etc. and change of bank details etc. For complaints redressal, either visit www.ltfs.com or SEBI's website www.scores.gov.in

Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully.

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