Other Funds in the same category are generating better returns
Less expense ratio implies better returns over the long term
Fund has not been able to generate better price return than bank FD
Total holdings with red flags is insignificant
Gilt Funds are the debt funds. They only invest in bonds and fixed-interest-bearing securities issued by the government. These funds are less risky since they invest solely in goverment securities. The underlying securities will have short or mid term maturity period.
Gains are added to taxable income and taxed according to the individual's income tax slab
Gains are taxed at 20% with indexation benefit
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Franklin Templeton Investments began its operations in India back in 1996 under the name Templeton Asset Management India Pvt. Ltd. The trust, Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund, is registered with SEBI under the registration number MF/026/96/8.
₹ 64,276.32 Cr.