Equity Mutual Funds in the new tax regime

With the introduction of a 10% tax on long-term capital gains and dividends, equity-oriented mutual funds will feel the pinch as their returns will now be reduced to some extent. However, investors should not feel demotivated because equities still remain efficient as compared to other asset classes in the long term. Also, investors who prefer the dividend option of equity-oriented funds can explore the Systematic Withdrawal Plan (SWP) feature in the growth option of mutual funds as an apt alternative.

In a nutshell, equity mutual funds despite being taxed now will continue to remain a superior asset class in comparison with other asset classes. For investors who need a regular income, an SWP in the growth option of equity funds can be a better bet than the dividend option.

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