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I have following monthly investment of a total of Rs 15k which was started recently in Sep 2022. Can u confirm how much corpus will I generate in 10 years with these SIP investments? How much more do I need to invest additionally monthly to get 1 cr if the current SIP is not enough to reach the target? 

1. Parag parekh flexi 1k per month

2. Mirae asset large cap 2 k per month

3. Kotak emerging equity 2k per month

4. Hdfc small cap 2k per month

5. ICICI Blue Chip 2k per month

6. Motilal Oswal flexi cap – 6k per month        

Ans: Funds are decent and the corpus that can get created with above investment in 10 years is Rs 37 lakh therefore for a corpus of Rs 1 cr in 10 years, monthly investment of Rs 40000 / - or additionally Rs 25000 per month.

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