SWP stands for Systematic Withdrawal Plan. If you invest lumpsum in a mutual fund,you can set an amount you'll withdraw regularly and the frequency at which you'll withdraw.
Your Systematic Withdrawal Plan
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What is a Systematic Withdrawal Plan?
A Systematic Withdrawal Plan or SWP is a facility which provides the convenience to withdraw a specific amount of payout at pre-determined time intervals like monthly, quarterly etc.
What is the minimum amount with which I can start a SWP?
A SWP can be registered either for a fixed amount or capital appreciation for a minimum amount of Rs.500/- per instalment.
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