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In this day and age of consumerism and growing aspirations, we all have some or the other financial goals –– buying a dream home, a car, fancy gadgets, going on a vacation with friends and family, providing the best education to children, getting them married in pomp and style, and then live a blissful retirement (which is also one of the vital financial goals). In short, most of us want to live a good life!
But in the interest of your well-being and bright financial future, it is important to save now and buy later (SNBL), rather than buy now pay later (BNPL) with loans and credit cards at your disposal. In other words, subscribe to the idea of delayed gratification and not give in to instant gratification for fear of missing out (FOMO).
You see, the downside of fulfilling financial goals with excessive credit-backed consumption is that owing to the cost of serving debt, takes a toll on your long-term financial health and limits your ability to save enough. Hence, pay yourself first. In the words of legendary investor, Warren Buffett, “Don’t save what is left after spending but spend what is left after savings.” Such an approach shall enable you to save and engage in financial goal planning (by making prudent investments) to accomplish your envisioned financial goals.
Financial goal planning is a process of setting your goals, making sure the goals are S.M.A.R.T (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time-bound), and having an action plan in place to achieve them.
This process provides you with a comprehensive picture of:
To invest for your envisioned financial goals, you must make regular investments -- it could be lump sum at times and/or taking the SIP (Systematic Investment Plan) route in the best suitable mutual funds (equity-oriented, debt-oriented, hybrid, and gold ETFs) as per your asset allocation.
The financial goal planning process is rather intricate, requiring you to consider a host of elements and perform complex calculations, and then accordingly make investments in a variety of suitable avenues. But with a goal-planning calculator, the job gets rather simple and straightforward.
All you need to do is, enter your goal amount (in future value terms), the time to achieve the goal, the amount already invested (if any), and your expected rate of return.
On performing complex calculations online at the backend (based on the numbers you punch in), within a few seconds, the calculator reveals the monthly investment you need to make (via SIPs), the additional lump sum investment if required, suggests avenues to invest, and then calculates the future value of your investments.
Say, want to plan for your retirement. Your current age is 35, plan to retire at 65 (which means you have 30 years before you hang your work boots), imagine your life expectancy is 90, the current monthly expenses are Rs 60,000, have already invested Rs 10 lakh for your retirement, and you expect a 12% p.a. rate of return from your investment; here’s what the online goal planning calculator will tell you…
It will indicate the amount required to live a blissful retired life, the future value of your existing investments, the monthly SIP investment you need to make, the additional lump sum investment required, and how you could divide the investment amount into various schemes.
Note: Investments through SIP is subject to market risk and do not assure a profit or returns or protection against a loss in downturn market.
Very much. It is simple and convenient for you to use. It is an online tool that performs all the complex calculations for you at the backend (without storing your data).
The financial goal calculator helps you take control of your financial future by planning well. Depending on the inputs for the calculation, it tells you the kind of investment you need to make for the envisioned financial goal/s, suggests investment avenues, and indicates how much would be the future value of the investment you make.
Based on your goal, the time in hand to achieve the goal, the amount already invested, and the expected rate of return, the financial goal calculator helps you choose the investments.
Take small steps in financial planning to achieve big dreams! Start your investment journey today!