DISCLAIMER: All investments in mutual and pension funds are subject to market risk. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of the future results. Please read the offering document to understand the investment policies and the risks involved. To avail tax rebate on mutual funds, a minimum investment holding period of two years from the date of investment is required. As per section 62 of Income Tax Ordinance 2001, an individual investor of open end mutual fund (unit trust schemes) can claim tax credit on investment up to Rs. 2,000,000/- or 20% of individual's taxable income (whichever is lower) on an investment made in Mutual Funds between July 1st and June 30th. As per section 63 of income tax ordinance 2001, an eligible person joining pension scheme at the age of 41 years or above, shall be allowed additional contribution of 2% per annum for each year of age exceeding 40 years up to 30th June, 2019 subject to the condition that the total contribution allowed to such person shall not exceed thirty percent of the total taxable income of preceding year. Withdrawal from pension fund before retirement shall have tax implication. Pre-mature withdrawal from pension funds is subject to tax. Lump sum withdrawal in excess of 50% at or after retirement age will be subject to tax. Note: Consult your tax advisor for more information.