Mansi, a 30 year old graphic designer, hasn’t started her retirement planning yet. After using LXME’s eye opening Retirement Calculator, she realized she needs a whooping 8.84 crores when she retires! She immediately starts a SIP of Rs, 15,922. She recommends the calculator to her 25 year old sister who needs the same amount at the time of retirement, but started with a SIP of 7,877. Why the difference between Mansi and her sister? That’s because of compounding. When you start early, you can set aside small amounts because you will have more time for your money to grow.
Below is a step by step guide for start Retirement Planning
1. Know when to start:
The best time to start retirement planning is in your 20’s. The earlier you start, the more time you have for the ‘ Magic of Compounding’ to happen. Well, although it is never too late to start investing your money for retirement, it is always better to start early. If Mansi would have waited for 5 more years, her SIP would have been Rs. 322,442.
2. Use the LXME Retirement Calculator:
Check out LXME’s Retirement Calculate to find out how much you need at the time of retirement. Simply, add your current age, retirement age, life expectancy and monthly expenses. LXME’s Calculator will tell you the required corpus you need when you retire. What are you waiting for, go check it out NOW!
3. Prioritize your other financial goals:
Other than retirement planning, there are various other financial goals to start investing for. Goals vary from person to person like buying a house or a car or planning to travel across Europe. Saving for your Emergency Fund is also a very important goal to plan for. Ideally, you should plan and save for your other goals, at the same time you are planning for retirement.
4. Start Investing with LXME:
Once you have figured out your financial goals, it is time to start investing. Check out LXME’s Long Term Portfolio and start investing to reach your desired corpus at the time of retirement
5. Monitor your portfolio:
The final step to plan for your retirement is to constantly monitor your portfolio time and again and make the required adjustments. There are various life stages where your priorities and goals can change. There can be some unexpected expenses too that can come along the way.
So ladies, what are you waiting for? Start your retirement planning NOW!
*These returns are based on past fund performance and do not indicate future performance growth.
*Mutual fund investments are subject to market risk. Read all scheme related documents carefully.
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