The habit of regular investing can be considered one of the best habits to attain financial freedom. Accordingly, Systematic Investment Plan or SIP is an ideal investment method to help you accumulate wealth and stay invested towards your future goals.

Now, a question many investors would have here is - How to calculate returns on SIP investments? Well, the answer to this is an online SIP Calculator. The SIP calculator allows you to calculate the amount you will accumulate over time on your monthly investments.

**Do you want to calculate the future value of your mutual fund SIP? **

Use PersonalFN's mutual fund SIP calculator. All you need to do is enter a few details such as the monthly SIP amount, the SIP tenure, and the compounded rate of return you expect from the mutual fund scheme in which you would be investing. The calculator is simple to use and you can calculate the expected value of your SIP investments, in an instant.

**What is a SIP Calculator? **

The SIP calculator is an advanced online tool which enables investors to make an informed investment decision. With the SIP calculator, you can easily calculate the approx. value or the maturity value of the investments you have made over the period of time. Using this calculator, you can plan your important life and financial goals such as buying a dream car, financing a wedding, living a blissful retired life, etc. and that too by just entering a few details such as:

Your SIP amount

Number of SIP payments (in months)

Number of Instalments made till date

Annual expected rate of return

The SIP calculator is the most convenient and user-friendly tool to know the future value of your investments. It will help generate the maturity amount of your investments within a split of seconds automatically with one click. Gone are the days when distributors/ relationship managers/ agents could fool their clients by complicating the return calculations and promising unrealistic returns. The Systematic Investment Plan calculator empowers investors in their financial planning in a smart way and helps themwin the race for financial freedom

**How does the mutual fund SIP Calculator work? **

Below is the formula used for calculating the maturity value of your SIP:

**The formula used by SIP Calculator**

FV = | P * ( R * ( 1+i )^{n} -1 ) | * ( 1 + i ) | |

i |

**FV** =Future Value

**P** =SIP amount

**i** =compounded rate of return

As the returns are compounded for every investment instalment, monthly SIP will be compounded as: i/12. Similarly, daily SIP will be compounded as i/365.

For instance, your SIP amount is Rs 10,000 for a tenure of 12 months. You expect a 10% annual rate of return. Then the future value of your SIP would be calculated as below:

Here, P= 10,000

i = 10% = (10/100)/12 = 1/120

N= 12 months

FV = | 10000 * ( ( 1+1/120)^{12}-1 ) | * ( 1 + 1/120 ) | |

1/120 |

**Therefore, for the total investment of Rs 1,20,000 in a period of 1 year; the amount at the end of the tenure will be Rs 1,26,703. **

Ok! hold on, surely this formula looks gibberish. But it is not.

All thanks to technology, you do not have to perform these calculations by yourself. Our SIP Calculator will do the calculation for you.

It is a freely available online tool which you can use for calculating returns on your monthly SIP payments. This SIP Calculator will give you - an investor the freedom to calculate the maturity value of all the payments you plan to make now and in the coming future.

**How to use PersonalFN's SIP Calculator? **

**The Four-Step Process: **

Our SIP calculator is simple to use and provides accurate results by answering just 4 questions.

**Step #1 - How much is your SIP amount? **

You first need to enter the investment amount which you are willing to commit and invest regularly. Everyone has a varying income structure and risk appetite. Hence, enter any amount you wish to sacrifice say on a monthly or quarterly basis.

**Step #2 - For how many months will you continue the SIP? **

Next, you need to decide your investment horizon. In other words, enter the number of months you wish to make the SIP payments.

**Step #3 - How many months ago did you start the SIP? **

If in case, you have an ongoing SIP then you need to enter the number of instalments you have already made. If you have not started, then you may enter 0.

**Step #4 - What rate of return do you expect p.a.? **

As earning good returns is your prime motive for investing in mutual funds, enter the annual rate of return you aspire to earn from your SIP investments. With our SIP calculator, you can adjust different rates of interest and make your investment decision.

Thus, by entering these few details our calculator generates accurate results. This in turn will enable you to judge the returns for your investments.

**What is SIP? **

SIP refers to a Systematic Investment Plan, which is a mode of investing in mutual funds in a systematic and regular manner. The method of investing is similar to your investment in a Recurring Deposit (RD) with a bank, where you deposit a fixed sum of money (into your Recurring Deposit account). The only difference here is, your money is deployed in a mutual fund scheme (equity schemes and / or debt schemes) and not in a bank deposit, and hence your investments (in mutual funds) are subject to market risk.

SIPs usually allow you to invest a fixed sum of money on a weekly, monthly, or quarterly basis. A SIP enforces a disciplined approach towards investing and infuses regular saving habits which we all probably learnt during our childhood days when we used to maintain a piggy bank. Yes, those good old days when our parents provided us with some pocket money, which after expenditure we deposited in our piggy banks and at the end of tenure, we saw that every penny saved has together become a big amount.

SIPs too work on the simple principle of investing regularly which enables you to build wealth over the long term. In the case of SIPs, on a specified date, a fixed amount as desired by you is debited from your bank account (either through an ECS mandate or through post-dated cheques forwarded) and invested in the scheme as selected by you for a specified tenure.

Today some Asset Management Companies (AMCs) / mutual fund houses / robo-advisory platforms also provide the ease and convenience of transacting online for SIP investments by following the procedure as made available on the websites. Thus, it avoids hassles while investing as well as tracking your investment dates.

**What are the types of SIP? **

**Perpetual SIP -**Here investors need not mention a fixed period for SIP investments. You can continue investing in the fund through SIP for as long as you wish, it could be 3 years, 5 years, or 10 years, etc. As and when you accumulate an adequate corpus to reach your financial goals, you can redeem the amount.**Flexible SIP -**SIP refers to investing a fixed amount regularly. What if you are unable to invest the same amount each month? Here Flexible SIP comes to the rescue. You can alter your monthly investments as per your cashflows. In case of financial distress, you can reduce the SIP amount and amidst high cash flows, you can increase the same. This prevents investors from skipping their monthly SIP.**Top-Up SIP -**In a Top-Up SIP you can change the amount of SIP instalment by a fixed amount at pre-defined intervals. For instance, if you have been investing Rs 2,000/- in a mutual fund monthly, you can increase it by Rs 1,000 in future through the Top-Up SIP Option.

**What are the benefits of SIP? **

**1. Light on the wallet**

SIPs enable you to invest smaller amounts at regular intervals (daily, monthly, or quarterly). This in turn reduces your burden of defraying a lumpsum - at one go - from your bank account. If you cannot invest Rs 5,000 in one shot, that's not a huge stumbling block, you can simply take the SIP route and trigger the mutual fund investment with as low as Rs 250 per month.

**2. Makes market timing irrelevant**

SIPs can help you manage (even out) the market volatility well. Timing the market can be hazardous to your wealth and health. Instead, focus on 'time in the market' in the endeavour to create wealth by selecting the best mutual fund scheme to invest in. Studies have repeatedly highlighted the ability of equities to outperform other asset classes (debt, gold, even real estate) over the long term (at least 5 years) as also to effectively counter inflation.Now one may ask: If equities are such a great thing, why are so many investors complaining? Well, it's because they either got their stock or the mutual fund wrong or the timing wrong. In our opinion, both these problems can be solved through a SIP in a mutual fund scheme with a steady track record, stay invested for the long term as the SIP route enables you to even out the volatility of the equity markets effectively.

**3. Enables rupee-cost averaging**

Many a time, a SIP works better as opposed to one-time, lumpsum investing. This is because of the rupee-cost averaging. Under rupee-cost averaging, you would typically buy more of amutual fundunit when prices are low, and similarly, buy fewer mutual units when prices are high. This infuses good discipline since it forces you to commit cash even at market lows when other investors around you are wary and exiting the market. It also enables you to lower the average cost of your investments.

**4. Benefits from the power of compounding**

As SIPs subscribe you to the habit of investing regularly, it enables you to compound your money invested. So, say you start a SIP of Rs 1,000, in a mutual fund scheme following a prudent investment system and processes, with a SIP tenure of 20 years and expect a modest return of 15% p.a., your money would grow to approximately Rs 15 lakh.

So, over the long term, SIPs can compound your wealth better and systematically as opposed to investing a lump sum, especially when the journey of wealth creation is volatile.

**5. An effective channel for goal planning**

All of us have certain financial goals - maybe buying a house, buying a dream car,providing good education to children, getting them (children) married, retiring, etc. But all this comes with the need for proper financial planning. Very often investors invest in the equity markets, with the motive of making quick short-term gains, and often ignore using the equity markets as a window for long-term wealth creation, in order to achieve their financial goals. You can effectively achieve your financial goals by enrolling for SIPs. The earlier you start the better it is.

**How to start a SIP?**

Well, you have broadly two ways: offline and online.

In case of the former, approach the office a mutual fund house / mutual fund distributor / agent / relationship manager / investment adviser.For prudent handholding, seek services of a Certified Financial Guardian who is a mark of trust and respect.They can help you construct a robust investment portfolio based on your financial goals.

**Here's what you need to do to start a SIP offline**

Select a mutual fund scheme that best suits your needs, investment objectives, financial goals

Fill in the Common Application Form / SIP form carefully and completely mentioning the name of the scheme and other details

Provide your NACH mandate form mentioning all you SIP details

If the KYC is not done, fill in the KYC form and comply with it

Hand over the forms (as mentioned above) to the office of mutual fund distributor / agent / relationship manager / investment adviser / Certified Financial Guardian, or you can even directly submit to Registrar and Transfer Agents (RTAs) / AMC.

In case if you choose to SIP online, you can log on to respective mutual fund house's website, or use other transaction platforms viz.MFU, or opt for services of robo-advisory platforms and follow the steps and instructions mentioned.

But when buying into mutual funds, ensure that you are opting for only 'direct plans' owing to the benefit we explained earlier.

If you still have some doubts on SIP mode of investing, read on to debunk the 7 common SIP myths.

**7 common SIP myths debunked**

**Myth#1: Only Small investors go in for SIP**

Please note that SIP stands for Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) and not Small Investors Plan. Hence, it is incorrect to be under the illusion and arrogance that SIP, is meant only for small investors.

SIP is for everyone, if you wish to create wealth systematically. Just as a piggy bank and recurring deposit subscribes you to habit of saving regularly with the needed discipline, even SIPs do. And you a better rate of return as against parking money in fixed deposits, recurring deposits and endowment policies offered by insurance companies. By investing your savings in a systematic manner -daily, monthly, quarterly -- for a said tenure (period of SIP) helps you build a corpus earning a rate of return, in order to attain your financial goal.

**Myth #2: Rupee cost averaging is possible through investing in stock too - then why SIP?**

A SIP experimented on single scrip, can expose you to more volatility unlike SIP in mutual funds which reduces the risk, due to benefit of diversification, professional fund management and liquidity offered by mutual funds.

Moreover, as per the market cap bias (i.e. large cap, mid cap and small cap) which a fund follows, you can also strategically structure your portfolio depending upon your risk appetite. Likewise, you can structure your portfolio on the basis of the style (viz. value, growth, blend, opportunities, flexi-cap, multi-cap etc.) of investing followed by the mutual fund. And by adopting the SIP mode of investing for mutual funds, you'll draw two major benefits: rupee cost averaging and compounding.

**Myth #3: SIP mutual funds are different from lump sum mutual funds**

Well many have this delusion. The fact is, there are no special schemes for SIP investments. SIPs are just a mode of investing.

**Myth #4: Lump sum investments cannot be done in a scheme, where a SIP account exists**

SIP as you know by now, is just a mode of investing in mutual funds. Hence, pumping a lump sum amount to a mutual fund where your SIP exists is possible. So, say you have a SIP of Rs 1,000 going on in a mutual fund scheme and suddenly you have a surplus of say Rs 50,000, you can pump a lump sum amount to your on-going Rs 1,000 SIP account.

**Myth #5: I'll be penalised if I miss one or two SIP dates**

While enrolling for the SIP mode of investing you are required to provide a NACH (National Automated Clearing House) mandate from NPCI (National Payments Corporation of India) form along with the common application form. Your SIP details (as selected) are already mentioned in this mandate apart from the SIP form, thus your bank at regular SIP dates keeps debiting the SIP amount in favour of the fund where you have opted a SIP. The start date and end date is mentioned in these forms. You also furnish has your contact details so that you're update on your transactions. Hence, the question of missing dates usually doesn't arise.

However, for some reason - say, you haven't maintained the balance in your bank account - and a SIP instalment doesn't get debited, you simply miss that instalment, but the folio / account remains active for further SIPs to debit from the bank account. So, it's not like the EMI (Equated Monthly Instalment) of your loan, where you miss an instalment; you are penalised.

Similarly, if you're facing financial crunch, today fund houses also allow you to pause your SIPs for period of 1 to 3 months until normalcy returns. So, a short-term crunch should not be a cause of worry for your SIPs. SIP pause facility is explained at great length in ensuing part of this editorial piece.

**Myth #6: Markets are high to start a SIP**

Well, if that's what you think, then you should be starting a SIP immediately. That's because as the market corrects you would by accumulating more number of units, with every fall in the NAV, thus enabling you to lower you average purchase cost. And, as the markets, post the correction surge once again, you would gain as the yield will work to be higher.

**Myth #7: In a tax saver SIP, entire money can be withdrawn after 3 years**

In case of a SIP in tax saving mutual funds (commonly known asEquity linked Saving Schemes- ELSS), very often a delusion exists that, the entire investment in a tax saving mutual fund can be withdrawn once the lock-in period is over. But that's not the case!

The fact is: your every instalment of SIP should have completed the lock-in tenure. So say if you put in Rs 5,000 through SIP in the month of January 2017, the lock-in period for only 1 instalment (i.e. January 2012) will get over on January 2020. While other SIP instalments need to complete 3 years as well.

Go ahead and take SIPs today!

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## FAQs

### How do you calculate SIP on a calculator? ›

You can understand the workings of a SIP calculator with this formula. **FV = P [ (1+i)^n-1 ] * (1+i)/iFV = Future value or the amount you get at maturity**. Take an example where you invest Rs 2,000 per month for a tenure of 24 months. You expect a 12% annual rate of return (r).

**What if I invest $5,000 a month in SIP for 10 years? ›**

Calculation of SIP returns

To understand this, let us take an example. A monthly investment of Rs 5,000 for 10 years at an expected rate of return of 12 per cent will earn you **Rs 11.61 lakh**.

**What if I invest $5,000 a month in SIP for 25 years? ›**

Duration | SIP Amount (₹) | Future Value (₹) |
---|---|---|

25 years | 5000 | 47.9 Lakhs |

28 years | 5000 | 62.8 Lakhs |

30 years | 5000 | 75 Lakhs |

35 years | 5000 | 1.2 Crores |

**What if I invest $5,000 in SIP for 5 years? ›**

According to Post Office RD Calculator, if you invest Rs 5,000 per month for five years the total return on your investment will be **Rs 48,740** (with monthly compounding frequency). So the total amount that you will get after five years would be Rs 3,48,740.

**What if I invest 3 000 a month in SIP for 5 years? ›**

**3000 SIP will become Rs.** **1,71, 647 in 5 years**. You can start investing in any of the best SIP for 3000 per month or even more. You can consider other SIP schemes but make sure that you go through the reputation of the fund house, NAV, annual returns, and risk factor.

**Is SIP calculator accurate? ›**

**The accuracy of the calculating SIP is directly proportional to the accuracy of the rate of return**. The rate of return provided by the calculator is estimated, and actual returns may differ. Investment tenure – Investment tenure is another important factor affecting the calculating SIP accuracy.

**What if I invest $50,000 a month in SIP for 20 years? ›**

By investing Rs 50,000 per month one time, he could look to **accumulate Rs.** **19.16 lakhs in twenty years with 20% annualized returns**. We have taken a weighted average of the return of each fund after considering the lower 3-year and 5-year returns as the return over the 20 years.

**What if I invest $15,000 a month in SIP for 15 years? ›**

Consider investing Rs 15,000 per month for 15 years and earning 15% returns. **After 15 years, the total wealth will be Rs 1,00,27,601 (Rs.** **1 crore)**.

**What if I invest $20,000 a month for 10 years? ›**

If an investor invests 20,000 per month for 10 years at the interest rate of 12%, **he will be able to generate INR 47 lakh**, i.e., more than double the amount he earned in the first five years. In addition, the earnings in 15 years will double the income that an investor had generated in the first 10 years.

**What if I invest $50,000 in SIP for 5 years? ›**

5 year SIP of Rs 50000 monthly = Rs 42 lakh. 10 year SIP of Rs 50000 monthly = Rs 1.1 crore. 15 year SIP of Rs 50000 monthly = Rs 2.5 crore.

### What if I invest $10,000 a month in SIP for 30 years? ›

According to tax and investment experts, if an investor invests ₹10,000 per month in mutual fund SIP for 30 years, **he or she can accumulate around ₹12.7 crore** at the time of maturity provided it has used 10 per cent annual step-up.

**What if I invest $10,000 a month in SIP? ›**

10,000 monthly in SIP plans has the capability of generating a substantial financial corpus over a long-term period. SIPs work on simple and basic principles that allow investors to create wealth: Invest as early as possible in a SIP so that the investor does not face any financial crunch whilst investing.

**What if I invest $10,000 in SIP for 10 years? ›**

If an investor invested Rs. 10,000 as SIP for a decade, the total return would be Rs. 21.66 lacs.

**What happens if I invest $1,000 in SIP for 10 years? ›**

SIP investment

FV = Future value or the amount you get at maturity. For example, you invest Rs 1,000 a month in a mutual fund scheme using the systematic investment plan or SIP route. The investment is for 10 years, with an **estimated rate of return of 8% per year**. You have i = r/100/12 = 8/100/12 = 0.006667.

**What if I invest $15,000 a month in SIP for 10 years? ›**

15,000 per month via SIP for 10 years, you are actually just investing about Rs 18 lakh. But **return you are getting is around Rs 35-36 lakh**. It is double of what you originally invested over the 10-year period. And the longer you keep investing, the better the returns get!

**What if I invest $10,000 in mutual funds for 5 years? ›**

If a SIP of Rs 10,000 had been started in it 5 years ago, today this amount would have been **Rs 12.72 lakh**. The fund has given an annual return of 30.62 percent in these five years.

**What if I invest $10,000 every month in mutual funds? ›**

10,000 in mutual funds **can generate substantial returns over a long investment period**. The returns will be dependent on various factors like the choice of fund, market trends, and the performance of the particular scheme.

**What happens if I invest $1,000 in SIP for 20 years? ›**

Can A Small SIP Of ₹1000 Make A Big Difference? Yes! If you're consistent with your ₹1000 SIP every month for 20 years then **it has the power to compound and accumulate into a large corpus**. This consistency can transform your future financial health.

**Is SIP 100% safe? ›**

Yes. In fact, **it is better to invest in SIP for the long term**. Instead of waiting and accumulating money to invest, you start investing whatever amount you are able to save. This way, your money is always invested.

**Is SIP tax free? ›**

' Here, **you will not incur income tax on SIP returns if they are below ₹1 lakh for a financial year**. This rule will apply to long-term and short-term capital gains from equity-based mutual funds.

### Which SIP has highest return? ›

Insurer Name | Best performing Fund Name | 10-year return |
---|---|---|

Tata AIA Life Insurance Company Ltd | Top 200 Fund | 17.87% |

Birla Sun Life Insurance Company Ltd | Multiplier | 16.67% |

Bharti AXA | Growth Opportunities Plus Fund | 16.53% |

IDBI | Midcap Fund | 16.38% |

**What if I invest $600 a month for 10 years? ›**

If you'd invested $600 in a lump sum and allowed it to grow for 10 years at 10.3% a year, you'd have **almost exactly $1,600**. Stock market returns are never guaranteed, of course. But the longer your holding period is, the higher your odds of success are.

**How much to invest to make $100,000 in 10 years? ›**

Our findings. We determined that if an investor achieves a 3% annual return on his or her assets, he or she would need to invest **$710 each month** for ten years to reach $100,000 with a $1,000 beginning amount. By the year 2031, the investment would be worth a total of $100,566.

**How to make 1 crore by investing 5000 per month? ›**

So, in the first year you will have an SIP of Rs 5,000 per month, in the second year it will be Rs 5,500 (Rs 5,000+10 per cent of Rs 5,000), in the third year it will be Rs 6,050 (Rs 5,500 + 10 per cent of Rs 5,500) and so on. This will help you to meet your target corpus of Rs 1 core in 21 years. See table below.

**How much will I have if I invest $500 a month for 10 years? ›**

If you invested $500 a month for 10 years and earned a 4% rate of return, you'd have **$73,625 today**. If you invested $500 a month for 10 years and earned a 6% rate of return, you'd have $81,940 today.

**What if I invest $500 a month for 15 years? ›**

Invest $500 a month for 15 years and get to $250,000

Saving $500 per month equates to $6,000 a year and $90,000 in 15 years. Investing your savings in the stock market will grow that little fortune into big fortune.

**How to make 1 crore in 15 years in mutual funds? ›**

Under this rule, the first 15 stands for the monthly investment that you need to make. That is, your monthly SIP amount will be Rs. 15,000. – The second one stands for your investment tenure of 15 years i.e., to achieve the mentioned goal of 1 crore, you need to **invest 15000 every month for 15 years**.

**How much is $500 per month invested for 20 years? ›**

$500 per month invested for 20 years is **about $430,000**. $500 per month invested for 30 years is about $1,400,000. $500 per month invested for 40 years, is about $4,300,000.

**How much do I need to invest to have 1 million dollars in 20 years? ›**

If you wait until retirement is 20 years away, you will need to save **$1,382 per month** to hit the million-dollar mark, assuming a 10% return. At 6% you will need to save $2,195 per month!

**How much to invest monthly to reach $1 million in 10 years? ›**

In order to hit your goal of $1 million in 10 years, SmartAsset's savings calculator estimates that you would need to save around **$7,900 per month**. This is if you're just putting your money into a high-yield savings account with an average annual percentage yield (APY) of 1.10%.

### What if I invest $5,000 a month in SIP for 20 years? ›

If someone begins a SIP of 5000 per month for a span of 20 years, at 12% assumed annualized rate of return per annum, your total investment in 20 years is Rs. 12 lakh and the accumulated corpus at the end of tenure is close to Rs. 50 lakhs.

**How much to invest in SIP to get 10 crore in 10 years? ›**

If you you look at the calculation even if one does a SIP every month for 10 years at a 12 per cent CAGR return, the SIP amount would be **Rs 4.35 lakh per month** and for this, he has to continue the SIP for the next 10 years.”

**How much should I invest in SIP to get 50 lakhs in 10 years? ›**

Rs 40,000 SIP: It will take 6 years and 9 months to get Rs 50 lakh from Mutual Fund SIP if the annualised rate of return is 12%. Rs 50,000 SIP: It will take 5 years and 10 months to get Rs 50 lakh from Mutual Fund SIP if the annualised rate of return is 12%.

**How much to invest per month to become a millionaire in 5 years? ›**

Let's say you want to become a millionaire in five years. If you're starting from scratch, online millionaire calculators (which return a variety of results given the same inputs) estimate that you'll need to save anywhere from **$13,000 to $15,500 a month** and invest it wisely enough to earn an average of 10% a year.

**What if I invest $50 a week for 30 years? ›**

If you were to save $50 each week, that would result in an **annual savings of $2,600**. Over the span of 30 years, that's $78,000.

**What if I invest $50 a month for 20 years? ›**

Let's start with the obvious: If you're not contributing any money to retirement, even $50 per month will make a substantial difference. That monthly contribution could add up to nearly **$24,600 after 20 years**, $56,700 after 30 years, and $119,800 after 40 years. That's still not enough to retire on, but it's a start.

**How to make 1 crore in 10 years through SIP? ›**

It is also possible to accumulate one crore in ten years by **saving and investing INR 40,000-45000 per month in an aggressive portfolio**. If the SIP amount is increased by 5% annually and the interest rate increases by 12%, it would yield ₹1 crore taking ten years and six months to implement and benefit from this method.

**How to invest 200k for monthly income? ›**

How to invest 200k for monthly income? There are various options for investing $200k for monthly income, including **index fund investing, dividend stocks, crypto staking, P2P investing, as well as investing in rental properties or REITs**.

**How much is 4000 per month in SIP for 10 years? ›**

Imagine you wish to invest Rs. 4,000 per month for 10 years. The expected rate of return is 10%. You need to input these values in the specified boxes, and the calculator gives you the corpus you would earn. In this case, **you would earn a total corpus of Rs. 8.3 lakhs**.

**How to make 10 crore in 20 years? ›**

**You need to have a monthly SIP of ₹1 lakh growing at approximately 12% annually** to reach ₹10 crore in 20 years. Alternatively, a SIP of ₹1.3 lakhs across diversified asset classes grows at approximately 10% to reach ₹10 crore.

### How to save 5 crore in 10 years? ›

One way to make disciplined investments in an Equity Mutual Fund over the long term is to **start a Systematic Investment Plan (SIP)**. As you can see, for average annual returns of 10%, you will need a monthly Systematic Investment Plan of Rs. 2.42 lakh to save Rs. 5 crore in 10 years.

**How much SIP is needed for 10 crore? ›**

Assuming an annualized rate of return of 15%, an investor would need to start a monthly SIP (Systematic Investment Plan) of approximately **₹66,000** for 20 years to accumulate ₹10 Crores.

**Which SIP best for $2,000 per month? ›**

**Top Performing SIP Mutual Funds (Rs.2000 per month)**

- Canara Robeco BlueChip Equity Fund Direct-Growth.
- Baroda BNP Paribus Large Cap Fund Direct-Growth. ...
- PGIM India Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund Direct-Growth.
- Quant Mid-Cap Fund Direct-Growth. ...
- BOI AXA Small Cap Fund Direct-Growth.
- Axis Small Cap Fund Direct-Growth.

**How to make 1 crore in 5 years? ›**

**How to Earn One Crore in 5 Years?**

- Start Early and Save Regularly. The key to building wealth is to start early and save regularly. ...
- Invest in Equity Mutual Funds. ...
- Increase Your Monthly Contributions. ...
- Invest in Fixed Deposits and Bonds. ...
- Patience is the Key.

**How to become a millionaire in 10 years investing? ›**

**Become a Millionaire in 10 Years (or Less) With These 10 Expert-Approved Tips**

- Ensure You're Getting Paid What You Are Worth. ...
- Have Multiple Income Streams. ...
- Save as Much as You Possibly Can. ...
- Make Savings Automatic. ...
- Keep Debt to a Minimum. ...
- Don't Fall Victim to 'Shiny Ball Syndrome' ...
- Keep Cash in Interest-Bearing Accounts.

**How much ROI do I need to double my money in 10 years? ›**

The average annualized total return for the S&P 500 index over the past 90 years is 9.8%. Adjusted for inflation, it still comes to an annual return of around 7% to 8%. **If you earn 7%, your money will double in a little over 10 years.**

**How much will I have if I invest $100 a month for 20 years? ›**

For simplicity's sake, assume that compounding takes place once a year. After 20 years, you will have paid 20 x 12 x $100 = **$24,000** into the fund.

**How much to invest a month to become a millionaire in 15 years? ›**

Tax-advantaged investing first

But let's say that WAS your target. After maxing out your 401(k) contribution, you'd need to invest **$979 of your take-home pay, per paycheck**, every month for 15 years in order to have a million.

**Why use SIP calculator? ›**

A SIP calculator online is a beneficial tool, which **shows the estimated returns you will earn after the investment tenure**. Assists you to determine the amount you want to invest in. Tells you the total amount you have invested. Gives an estimated value of the returns.

**How much is a SIP of 30000 per month for 10 years? ›**

This method will take ten years to implement. **A monthly investment of Rs.** **30,000 will yield a return of almost Rs.** **66 lakhs** (calculations based on a long-term return of 12%).

### What is SIP top up calculator? ›

SIP Top-up is **a facility wherein an investor who has enrolled for SIP, has an option to increase the amount of the SIP Installment by a fixed amount at pre-defined intervals**. Thus, this facility enhances the flexibility of the investor to invest higher amounts during the tenure of the SIP.

**How do you manually calculate SIP? ›**

The SIP calculator will generate a result using the above information and the following formula: **Amount invested × ({[1 + Periodic rate of interest] Total number payments – 1} / Periodic rate of interest) × (1 + Periodic rate of interest)**.

**What is an example of a SIP? ›**

A systematic investment plan, or SIP, simply means making periodic and scheduled contributions to your investment account or a specific security. Dollar-cost averaging is a SIP in its simplest form. For example, **investing $500 per month total in two different mutual funds of $250 each** would be a SIP.

**Is SIP really worth it? ›**

**SIP is one of the best forms of disciplined investment**, which should be done consistently over a period of time. An investor may diversify their portfolio by starting a SIP in two or more funds. Investments in certain funds are eligible for deduction from taxable income under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act.

**Which SIP gives highest return? ›**

Insurer Name | Best performing Fund Name | 10-year return |
---|---|---|

Tata AIA Life Insurance Company Ltd | Top 200 Fund | 17.87% |

Birla Sun Life Insurance Company Ltd | Multiplier | 16.67% |

Bharti AXA | Growth Opportunities Plus Fund | 16.53% |

IDBI | Midcap Fund | 16.38% |

**Can I withdraw SIP anytime? ›**

**You can take out money from a Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) before it's due**, but the amount and process depend on the mutual fund's type, investment duration, and the terms of the fund house. Most funds have a minimum lock-in period, and breaking it might result in penalties.

**What is the future value of $1000 after 5 years at 8% per year? ›**

What is the future value of $1,000 after five years at 8% per year? If compounding monthly, **$1,489.85** is the total compound interest value after five years.

**How many years will it take for $10000 to grow to $200000 given a 15% compound growth rate? ›**

We know the interest rate, the present value and the future value. We can calculate “n” using a financial calculator or an Excel spreadsheet. It will take **21.4 years** for $10,000 to grow to $200,000 at an annual interest rate of 15%.

**What is the future value of $1000 a year for five years at a 6 percent rate of interest? ›**

The future value will be calculated using the future value formula using simple interest rate and will equal: $1,000 * (1+(0.06*5)), or **$1,300**.