Understanding Basics of Liquid Funds

What is a Liquid Fund ?

Liquid Funds are a Type of Mutual Fund which invests in Fixed Deposits, Treasury bills, Commercial Paper. Generally Investments with less Maturity Dates. The Fund Manager can meet the Redemption request from the investors Since the Maturity Tenure in the Underlying instruments is less than 1 year or Redemption Request from the investors can be met by selling the Underlying Instruments in the market.

Benefits of Investing in Liquid Funds?

  • They don’t have a Lock In Period Unlike your Fixed Deposits.
  • No Entry or Exit Load ( No Charges for Investing or withdrawing).
  • Withdraw Money Anytime You Require like your Savings Accounts.
  • Low Risk of Loosing your Investment.

Returns in Liquid Funds

Liquid Funds Yield a Returns Similar to Your Fixed Deposits. With the Flexibility to Withdraw your Money any time You want.

Recommended Liquid Funds

All the Liquid Funds in the market give you almost the Similar Returns.

If You would Like to Park or Invest your Money for a Tenure less than 1 Year You do so by Investing in Liquid Mutual Funds.

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