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What is a Mutual Fund?
Mutual Fund is a trust that pools the savings of a number of investors who share a common financial goal. Each scheme of a mutual fund can have different character and objectives. Mutual funds issue units to the investors, which represent an equitable right in the assets of the mutual fund.
What is the difference between an open ended and close-ended scheme?
How are mutual funds different from portfolio management schemes?
What does Net Asset Value (NAV) of a scheme signify and what is the basis of its calculation?
Can I get fixed monthly income by investing in mutual fund units?
What are the tax benefits for investing in mutual fund units?
As my dividend receipts from mutual fund units were tax free under section 80 L, will I  loose because of the new budget provision whereby my mutual fund will pay 10% tax on total dividend distributed and indirectly even I will end up paying the tax?
Are investments in mutual fund units safe?
How do I find out about a scheme which suits my individual requirements?
As mutual fund schemes invest in stock markets only, are they suitable for a small investor like me?
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