Dividend Distribution Tax (DDT) from Financial Year 2020 onward, will be charged at the investor level as per the new Income Tax laws. This is applicable for the investors who benefit from Dividend yields from shares and mutual funds.
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Exit load of a Mutual Fund scheme is the percentage of fees charged by the AMC on the NAV of a scheme. This is charged only when the investor redeems in the period for which the exit load is applicable.
Investing in Direct mutual funds save a lot of money over the period of years in contrast to investing in regular mutual funds. Many people tend to buy mutual funds through brokers just because there are many third-party services available in the market attracting potential investors.
It is hard to digest the fact that, even though Direct and Regular Mutual funds have similar investment objectives, there is a difference when it comes to returns. This article is for mutual fund investors who want to know about how the direct and regular mutual funds are similar in terms of portfolio and how do they differ when it comes to returns.
Mutual Fund investors often need to know about the details of Mutual Fund House and the people behind the AMC. Also in order to search in direct mutual funds investors tend to register directly with AMC for hassle free experience and stay protected. This article will explain how to identify Mutual Fund House's website in detail.
In this article we will elaborately discuss about how the tax on dividends earned from mutual funds, often referred as DDT (Dividend Distribution Tax) are charged. One must be aware that, there is no action that need to be taken from the investor's side as these dividends are already tax deducted before being credited to the investor's bank accounts.
Investing in Mutual Funds through third-party mutual fund platforms will allot regular schemes to the investors. One can verify this in the account statement for the presence of Advisor that matches the name of the company through which you have invested into the Mutual Fund. It is rather daunting for many budding investors that what happens to the investments made in Mutual Funds if the Advisor runs out of business? This article helps mutual fund investors of regular schemes to track their mutual funds even after the third-party advisor runs out of business.
Many mutual fund investors have questions about how the income obtained from Mutual Funds are taxed. Well, the fact is the taxation varies for various mutual fund schemes. This article targets the budding investors and tries to explain the tax rates applicable on fund returns for equity and debt mutual fund schemes in simple terms.