Do mutual funds offer a periodic investment plan?

Yes. Mutual funds do offer periodic plans such as Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) and Systematic Transfer Plan (STP). SIP is a mode of mutual fund investment which allows periodic investment of fixed amount in a scheme for a chosen period.  Read more on http://www.knowledge.fintotal.com/Systematic-Investment-Plan-SIP-De-jargoned/224

STP is a facility provided in most mutual fund schemes wherein you are allowed to move fixed amount of money every month or every quarter from one scheme to another within the same fund house. Read more on http://www.knowledge.fintotal.com/Systematic-Transfer-Plan/150

Exactly opposite to SIP is SWP (Systematic Withdrawal Plan), where you are allowed to withdraw a fixed amount every month or every quarter from your investment and take the credit into your bank account.


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