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Fixed deposits (FDs) and debt mutual funds (DMFs) are two popular investment options for those seeking stable returns with low risk. Fixed Deposits are financial instruments in which an individual or entity can deposit a lump sum of money for a fixed time at a predetermined interest rate. Debt Mutual Funds, on the other hand, are professionally managed investment funds that invest in fixed-income securities.
While both have their advantages and disadvantages, understanding the differences between the two can help investors make informed decisions. Our Fixed Deposits vs. Debt Mutual Funds template for PowerPoint and Google Slides is perfect for demonstrating the factors that should be considered before deciding between FDs and DMFs.
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