ELSS (Tax Savings)



1 Year Return



as 20th Feb 2020

Min. SIP Amount


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Investment Performance
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    Profit (absolute return)



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Min Lumpsum Amount


Expense Ratio


Exit Load

0% if redeemed within 12 months.

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Other Details

Dsp Tax Saver  


About DSP Tax Saver Fund: 


It is an equity linked saving scheme which consists of equity funds and equity related securities of corporate portfolio. The prime purpose of this fund is to generate medium to long term capital value and then enable investors to get deduction under section 80C.  


Pros and Cons of DSP Tax Saver Fund: 


  • The fund can generate greater returns so far, despite serious competition in this category of funds. 

  • As the name suggests the prime purpose of this fund is to provide tax saving features to the investor. 

  • It takes more time to mature and update in this country. 


Fund Information of DSP Tax Saver Fund: 


i) Inception: 

 The fund was launched on 18th January 2007.  


ii) Risk Level: 

The risk level associated with the fund is moderately high.  


iii) Redemption: 

This is tax saving one, so it comes with a lock-in period of 3 years under normal circumstances. The fund house will dispatch the redemption proceeds to the respective bank account within 10 business days from the date of receipt.  


iv) Fund Manager:  

The exit load of the fund is 0%. Hence an expense ratio of 2.08% will be applied every year.  


v) Tax benefit of investing in the DSP Tax Saver Fund: 

The fund provides a tax benefit under section 80C. Any individual can get tax benefit up to Rs 1.5 lakh. The short-term capital gains made on the sale of units within a year from the date of allotment will be taxed at a rate of 15%, while long term capital gains and above Rs 1 lakh will be taxable at the rate of 10%. 


About DSP Mutual Fund  


DSP Mutual Fund is one of the oldest financial services firms in India who commenced business with stock broking business in the 1860s. The firm was influential in the growth and personalization of capital and money markets in India.  

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