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SBI Magnum Tax Gain Scheme announces dividend

Moneylife Digital Team | 14/03/2011 03:48 PM | 

SBI Mutual Fund has announced the dividend as Rs4 per unit

SBI Magnum Tax Gain Scheme has announced dividend for 2011. The record date for the dividend is 18 March 2011. SBI Mutual Fund has announced the dividend as Rs4 per unit.

SBI Magnum Tax Gain scheme provides tax benefit under section 80C (the one with Rs1 lakh limit), and primarily invests in equity.


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chandrasekhar palukuru

chandrasekhar palukuru 3 years ago

excellent

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