What does SWP stand for in the context of mutual funds? Option: Simple Withdrawal Portfolio, Systematic Withdrawal Plan, Systematic Wealth Plan, Simple Wealth Portfolio

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What does SWP stand for in the context of mutual funds?

Simple Withdrawal Portfolio

Systematic Withdrawal Plan

Systematic Wealth Plan

Simple Wealth Portfolio

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What does SWP stand for in the context of mutual funds?

"Standard Withdrawal Procedure"

"Systematic Wealth Plan"

"Secure Wealth Portfolio"

"Systematic Withdrawal Plan"

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What is a Systematic Withdrawal Plan (SWP)?

"A high-risk investment strategy for short-term gains"

"A plan that guarantees a fixed return on investment"

"A facility allowing investors to withdraw a fixed amount from a mutual fund scheme regularly"

"A type of investment that focuses solely on capital growth"

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Which of the following is a key benefit of a Systematic Withdrawal Plan (SWP)?

It provides a consistent stream of income from mutual fund investments

It guarantees the preservation of capital invested in mutual funds

It eliminates the tax implications of mutual fund withdrawals

It allows investors to time the market for optimal returns

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What is the primary difference between a Systematic Withdrawal Plan (SWP) and a Dividend Plan in mutual funds?

SWP is managed by fund managers, while Dividend Plan is self-managed by investors.

SWP is for long-term investments, while Dividend Plan is for short-term goals.

SWP invests in stocks, while Dividend Plan invests in bonds.

SWP offers fixed withdrawals, while Dividend Plan payouts vary based on fund performance.

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What is the primary advantage of a Systematic Withdrawal Plan (SWP) over a Dividend Mutual Fund?

"Higher returns"

"Fixed regular income"

"Tax-free dividends"

"Lower risk"