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Tax on your Funds

Mutual funds investments are subjected to different forms of taxes. Here is a detailed outline…


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This old article may have references to outdated tax rules and laws. For up-to-date information on taxation of mutual funds, refer to https://www.valueresearchonline.com/tax/

What are the different tax implications that I should be aware of as an investor in mutual funds?
— Deepak Garg

Investments in mutual funds are subjected to different forms of taxes depending on the type of the scheme one invests in, the status of the investor; resident Indian, HUF, NRI or a domestic company and also the period till which the investment is held. The table below details the various tax implications.

This old article may have references to outdated tax rules and laws. For up-to-date information on taxation of mutual funds, refer to https://www.valueresearchonline.com/tax/

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