In todays competitive and rapidly changing world, we face a lot of financial uncertainties. The employment and business opportunities that are available are constantly evolving, and may result in fluctuations in our income. In such a scenario, sensible investment in Mutual Funds can open up other sources of income, which would reduce our dependence on purely our salary or business profits and help us manage the financial uncertainty in our lives.
There are certain regular expenses you cant ignore. Paying pocket money to your kid is one such expense. One option is paying him from your current income. But isnt it difficult to keep track of it this way. Also you would like to make your kid financially more responsible. Here you may use a MIP (Monthly Income Plan), Systematic Withdrawal Plan , whose primary objective is to provide a regular income to the investor.
These products focus on declaring dividends very regularly, preferably every month. This way, they are able to provide a monthly income to investors. While its not mandatory for an MIP product to declare dividends every month, generally, investors do benefit from regular, monthly dividends. This makes MIPs a favoured Mutual Fund product category. Note that MIPs invest a majority of their invested corpus in secure instruments and a very small amount in equity; hence the returns are more or less stable
Short Term Debt Fund :- [ REGULAR INCOME + CAPITAL GAIN ] - 1 to 3 Year – Conservative
Medium Term Fund :- [ REGULAR INCOME + CAPITAL GAIN ] - 3 to 5 Year – Moderate
Corporate Bond Fund :- [ REGULAR INCOME + CAPITAL GAIN ] - 3 to 5 Year – Moderate
Conservative Hybrid Fund - Debt Oriented Fund :- [ REGULAR INCOME + CAPITAL GAIN ] - 3 Year Above & Conservative
DYNAMIC ALLOCATION FUND :- 3 YEAR ABOVE & MODERATE
Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully.