Tax computation on mutual fund

POSTED BY Sonal R Patel ON May 28, 2013 11:11 am ONE COMMENT

When does the mutual fund returns become taxable?

1) Debt/Balanced/Equity
2) Invested for less/more than a year
3) Withdrawn before/after one year
4) SIP/Lumpsum

One reply on this article “Tax computation on mutual fund”

  1. Dear Sonal, all the answers are already given so many times in the forum. Can you search on your own or want to spoonfeed?

    if your answer is to spoonfeed, we ‘ll surely do so. 🙂

    Thanks

    Ashal

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