SIP Calculator: Calculate returns on SIP Investments in Mutual Funds Online India’s most advanced SIP returns calculator. You can calculate how much you can make by investing in SIPs by every mutual fund or set a target amount and find how much SIP you need to make.
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Why invest through SIP?
SIP gives benefit of unit cost averaging nullifying the impact of market volatility. It is a disciplined approach to investing which uses the power of compounding to build wealth in long term.
Did you know that just ₹ 10,000 invested per month in HDFC Top 200 from Jan 1999, would have given you ₹ 1.7 crores TAX-FREE* on 1st July, 2016!! FD would have given approximately ₹ 40 lakhs post tax. Still looking for FDs?
*Equity mutual funds had Zero LTCG tax till 31st April 2017. From April 1 2018, there will be 10% LTCG tax on gains withdrawn above ₹1 lakh in a financial year. Inspite of this, post-tax returns from equity mutual funds remain substantially higher than FD returns.
Use the SIP calculator to calculate the wealth gain and expected returns on your SIP investments.
Which is the Best SIP in India 2021 & 2022 ?
The Best SIP (Systematic Investment Plan) in India as per the latest ranking are the following
TOP 5 EQUITY MUTUAL FUNDS for SIP 2021 & 2022
Equity mutual fund name
Investment Doubled in
Rs. 1L Grew to
Mirae Asset Emerging Bluechip Growth
ICICI Prudential Technology Fund Growth
HDFC Small Cap Fund Growth
Aditya Birla Sun Life Digital India Fund Growth
Reliance Small Cap Fund - Growth
Top 5 ELSS Tax Saving MUTUAL FUNDS for SIP 2021 & 2022
ELSS tax saving mutual fund name
Rs. 1L Grew to
IDBI Equity Advantage Fund Regular Growth
Axis Long Term Equity Growth
ICICI Prudential Long Term Equity Fund(Tax Saving) Growth
Franklin India Taxshield Fund Growth
SBI Magnum Taxgain Scheme Regular Growth
What is the meaning of SIP? What does SIP mean?
A SIP is a systematic investment plan which lets you invest a fixed amount periodically in a mutual fund. For example, if you start a monthly SIP of ₹100 in a mutual fund, that amount will automatically be deducted from your bank account and invested in that mutual fund every month on the pre-decided date. SIP is essentially an automated investing plan.
Is investing in SIP a good idea? What are the benefits of investing in SIP?
Yes, investing in SIP is always a good idea. It keeps you disciplined, is easy to monitor, takes advantage of rupee cost averaging, and can be increased or reduced anytime.
SIP is considered the best investment habit because of the following reasons:
Flexibility- Increase or decrease the investment amount according to your convenience
Liquidity- Withdraw the investment amount when you need it
Simplicity- Simple and disciplined way to create wealth
Inflation-Proof- Regular interval investment reduces the impact of inflation on savings
How does SIP Calculator work?
SIP returns are calculated according to compound interest. You can enter the amount you wish to invest every month, choose the number of years you wish to continue the investment for, and our calculator will automatically calculate the amount of return. It will also show you a comparative your SIP return vs Fixed Deposits. You can also enter the target amount you would like to achieve and can rever calculate the SIP amount required to achieve it. You can set a return rate(Equity 15 % , Debt 8 % Balanced 10.5 % ) or choose a mutual fund and calculate the SIP Returns
How long should I invest in SIP?
There is no fixed rule for this but a SIP for five years and above, especially in equity or ELSS mutual funds have a low risk for loss. Short-term investments in these funds can have higher returns but also come with a high risk of loss.
Is SIP safer than lumpsum investments?
Yes, they are much safer. Since the markets go up and down (volatility) your investments in a SIP carry much lower risk as the investment points are spread out over a long tenure. When the markets are high, you buy fewer units of the fund and when the markets are low, you buy more units for the same amount.
What are the best fund schemes to invest in SIP?
Equity Mutual Funds, ELSS and Balanced Mutual Funds are one of the best fund schemes to invest in SIP. All of these are meant for the long-term and hence a SIP allows you to stay invested in them without worrying too much.
How to invest in SIP? What happens once I have opted for a Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) investment with FinPlay?
Once you have opted for a SIP through our platform, FinPlay would send you an email with the procedure to add Bombay Stock exchange (BSE) as a biller on your bank website. This is just like adding utility payments like Electricity/Water/Phone on your banking website. Please remember to add BSE as the biller and not the Mutual Fund that you have invested in. It’s a 2-minute process at your end and you can easily do that on your own. Typically it takes 3-5 business days for the SIP mandate to be approved by the bank. Once that is approved, your monthly investments would start. This is a completely paperless process.
Just in case your Bank or the Mutual Fund (that you have opted for) do not have this option, we would be sending you a NACH mandate form through email.This NACH mandate form needs to be signed by you. Please ensure that you do not make any other modifications on the NACH mandate else your Bank would reject your NACH mandate. Once you have signed the NACH mandate, our logistics partner would contact you and pick up the NACH mandate, and that would be sent to your Bank for registration. Once your Bank has registered this NACH mandate, the amount of your investment would be debited every month from your account and sent to the AMC for investment. Typically, the banks take 15 - 20 business days to approve this mandate. You would have the option of stopping or pausing this SIP through FinPlay platform as per your choice. You can also directly stop this SIP with the AMC.