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I will be 60 soon. Can you suggest me good MF with decent returns? I can stay with the funds for 5 years plus and will be single payment (lumpsum).

Ans: Divide the corpus in 4 parts and invest equally into the below schemes

a)    Sbi Magnum Gilt Fund Regular Growth

b)   Hdfc Banking And Psu Debt Fund -Growth

c)    Icici Prudential Corporate Bond Fund - Growth

d)   ICICI Balanced Advantage Fund Regular Plan - Growth

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