How much Savings on Retirement Calculator – in Indian Rupees (INR)

This calculator helps you calculate how much money you will have at the time of retirement based on current savings and future monthly savings and interest
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How much money will I have at the time of Retirement Calculator

This calculator helps you calculate and figure out how much money you will have at the time of you retiring. This is based on how much you are saving monthly, current age and planned retirement age, how much you have saved so far and interest earned on savings.

Your Current Age

Enter you age as of today

Anticipated Retirement Age

At what age you are planning to retire

Current Retirement Savings

How much money you have saved so far towards retirement. This can include funds in your PF, VPF, PPF accounts too.

Monthly Amount Invested

This is how much money you will be investing monthly towards your retirement corpus

Annual Interest rate

This is the interest rate you will be getting on the amount you saved and invested in order to retire early.

How to use the How much to save to Retire Early calculator

Once you have entered all the above fields, click on the blue button “Calc”. This will calculate how much money you will have at the time of retirement, how much you invested, interest earned and the last date of investment at which point you can retire!

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  • Payment Schedule: This will show the monthly EMI breakup along with how much of the EMI goes towards Principal and how much of it is for the interest throughout the loan tenure.
  • Print: This feature allows you to take a print of the details for easier reference
  • Charts: This gives you a visual representation of your loan, how much interest and principal needs to be paid and other interesting details
Is it possible to retire early in India?

It is ABSOLUTELY possible to retire early in India. Lot of people have done it on regular salary and non-Millionnaire parents. Little Saves shows the journey to retire by age 40 with total savings of Rs.5,00,00,000 (5 crores).

At what age can I retire?

This depends on how much money you need to survive every month and how fast you can save up a corpus of investments that can give you this monthly returns. Eg: If you need Rs.50,000 per month for living expenses, then you need savings and a corpus that will give returns (plus a partial drawdown) to support this per month.

How can I calculate the money I need for retirement?

The easiest way to calculate how much you need to retire is using the 4% rule. This rule assumes that you withdraw 4% of your corpus (adjusted for inflation) on a yearly basis. So to calculate how much you need, multiply your Annual expenses by 25. Eg, if you spend Rs.1,00,000 per month, then you need Rs.12,00,000 per year. Multiply this by 25. You will need Rs.3,00,00,000 (Rs.3 crores) to retire.

How to retire earlier?

Once you have decided how much you need for retirement, you have two options to retire earlier. You can save more by earning more, doing side jobs, freelancing and also cut down on expenses. Alternately, you can cut down on your expenses during retirement (Lean FIRE or firing lean) to reduce the corpus you need for retirement.

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Abhi is a 29 yr old Indian, on FIRE to retire by 40. He has been investing and learning Finance for the past 12 years. After completing Mechanical engineering, he started working in a multi-national Bank and grew to become an AVP. Currently with an IT MNC as a VP. He lives in Bangalore with his wife and their 1 year old daughter. In his free time, Abhi loves to game on the Xbox, watch movies, read and blog.

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