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Discipline your investments: Here’s how
Here are 5 steps to Disciplined Investing
Saves from inflation
Your hard-earned money has to make more money for you. An amount of ?10,000 today is more valuable today than it is tomorrow. You can buy more things for ?10,000 today than 20 years later. Inflation eats into the value of your money. So merely saving in bank deposits may not be a good idea. You have to spread your money across assets. Mutual Funds are a good way of starting up.
A corpus is the money you accumulate for investing before you go to a financial planner or an advisor. This could be a lump sum you receive as a bonus or the money you have saved for tax purposes over the years since you started work. This serves as a launch pad for your investment plan.
Power of compounding
Investing ?5,000 every month for 20 years in an MF scheme, which gives a 10% annual return will give you ?40 lakh in the end. However, if you start with ?2 lakh starting corpus along with the monthly investment, you get ?51.7 lakh after 20 years. This is the power of compounding.
You need a plan for all life Goals like marriage, children, their education, and retirement. It defines how you set aside the money. Mutual Funds offer you an opportunity to invest in assets across categories. This helps meet your short, medium or long-term Goals in life.
Systematic Investment Plan
A Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) in a Mutual Fund is a good way to invest in a disciplined manner. When you sign a cheque every month or give a standing instruction for deducting your SIP each month, you transfer the hassle of your money management to the fund manager.
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