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Head, Rank MF - Answered on Nov 18, 2022

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I am investing around 40k per month in 11 different SIPs.

Mirae Assets Tax Saver Fund Direct - Growth

Quant Small Cap Fund Direct Plan - Growth

SBI Small Cap Fund Direct Plan - Growth

Bank of India Small Cap Fund Direct Plan - Growth

Quant mid Cap Fund Direct Plan - Growth

PGIM India Miacap opportunities Fund- growth

Tata Digital India Fund Direct- Growth

Sundaram Flexi Cap Fund Direct- Growth

Quant Tax Plan Direct- Growth

ICICI Pru US Bluechip Equity Fund Direct- Growth

Canara Rebecco Small Cap Fund Direct- Growth

Other investments:

25k p.m. VPF

25k p.m in stocks

My target is to accumulate around 1 cr in next 8 years. Request you to please advise if i am on track to achieve this goal or do I need to change anything.

Ans: 40K SIP in 8 years can create a corpus of Rs. 70 lakh, therefore the investment needs to be increased of duration needs to be increased.

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