Retirement Planning Calculator

What is your current age?
At what age you want to retire?
Expected life expectancy?
Your current monthly household expenses?
Expected inflation rate over the years (% per annum)
The expected rate of return on your investments (% per annum)
How much investments you have now (Rs)
What return you expect on your retirement corpus (% per annum)

Your current monthly household expenses


Your future monthly household expenses


(Your monthly expenses will increase annually by %)

Your current investment amount


Future value of your current investments


Future corpus amount needed to meet expenses

Rs. - Rs. (Future value of your current investments) = Rs.

Number of years you need to invest


Lumpsum amount you need to invest

SIP amount you need to invest

Cash Flow After Retirement

What Is A Retirement Planning Calculator?

Retirement planning is essential for every citizen, whether you are salaried or self-employed. However, certain aspects must be clear in your head because those questions will make it easier to plan your retirement.

The following are the primary factors to consider while determining retirement readiness:

  • At what age do you want to retire?
  • What is your current age?
  • What type of retirement do you want?
  • How do you want to save for retirement?

MFOnliner has a retirement planning calculator that would help you determine how much you would need to retire comfortably.

How Does MFOnline Retirement Calculator Help You?

A retirement calculator in India is beneficial for the following reasons:

  • To begin, the calculator will assess how much you need to save each month to retire with a substantial quantity of money at the end of your career.
  • A retirement benefit calculator can also assist you in determining the various investment choices that you should pursue.
  • You can also evaluate different retirement alternatives and plans provided by several reputable financial institutions.
  • A retirement saving calculator can help you find and evaluate the different retirement planning strategies that are available.
  • In addition, if you have any high-value goals for post-retirement, our calculator will assist you in saving for those scheduled spending sessions.
  • An online retirement calculator is useful when you are short on time and need to make decisions on such vital aspects as future investment options.

How Much To Save Up For Retirement?

For example, a 30-year-old would like to retire at the age of 60 and have monthly costs of Rs. 40,000/- for the next ten years after retirement. Taking into account annual inflation of 3%. After retirement, the individual will require a corpus of Rs. 58.18 lakhs. To begin saving for retirement, you would need to invest about Rs. 4000 every month.

How To Use MFOnline Retirement Calculator?

Simply enter the relevant information in the designated area, and the calculated result will appear immediately.

Advantages Of MFOnline Retirement Calculator?

The MFOnline calculator is a financial tool that can determine the exact amount you need to save each month. It will also assist you with long-term investment planning. The following are some of the advantages:

  1. It is an easy and reliable tool to use. It also saves time from unnecessary manual calculations
  2. It uses a standardized method to calculate the money needed for a comfortable retirement and is a one-click solution.

Online Retirement Calculator-FAQ's

I work in a privately owned company. Should I have a private retirement plan?

Yes, anybody who wishes to plan for their future retirement or get peace of mind once they retire can use the retirement services.

What is the ideal amount I need to save for my future?

The first and foremost thing to consider is rising inflation every year. Keeping that in mind, a corpus of Rs. 1 crore is enough, but it takes years to accumulate such wealth, and honestly, it requires investing wisely.

What are some of the most recommended investment avenues?

Suggested investment options for maximum returns are as follows.

  1. Investing in Mutual funds.
  2. Stock market
  3. PPF
  4. National Pension Scheme
  5. Atal Pension Yojana

Can I take my pension as a lump sum?

When you reach the age of 55, you have the option of taking a lumpsum payment of some or all of your pension. The first 25% of your retirement money can be taken tax-free, but any further withdrawals will be subject to tax. If you don't take your entire pension in a lump sum, you could pay less tax.

How much is enough for retirement in India?

In India, a middle or upper-middle-class family needs a minimum monthly fund of Rs. 50,000-60,000/-. However, how comfortably you wish to retire ultimately relies on your own needs.

Mutual fund investments are subject to market risks. Please read the scheme information and other related documents carefully before investing. Past performance is not indicative of future returns. Please consider your specific investment requirements before choosing a fund, or designing a portfolio that suits your needs.

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