Debt funds are mutual funds that invest in treasury bills, corporate debt securities, and corporate and government bonds

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They provide a consistent return on investment. Due to their low risk and reliable returns, debt funds have become a popular choice for investors in recent years

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Debt funds are becoming more popular among investors who want stable growth and little risk from their investment

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Investing in debt funds can be the best choice for you if you don't like taking on a lot of risk.

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Debt funds have smaller returns than equities funds, but these mutual fund classes are less susceptible to market volatility

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Debt mutual funds also give investors the option of investing in much safer credit products, such as corporate and government bonds

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debt funds can be relatively liquid and exceptionally liquid if invested in mutual funds via ETFs

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These funds are ideal for achieving your short-term financial objectives and are also considered to be of low to moderate risk

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which is not permitted for other forms of savings like fixed deposits or equity funds, allows you to save tax on investments in debt funds

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Tax advantages are available when redeeming or selling debt mutual funds after holding them for at least three years

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