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Sunil Lala founded SL Wealth, a company that offers life and non-life insurance, mutual fund and asset allocation advice, in 2005. A certified financial planner, he has three decades of domain experience. His expertise includes designing goal-specific financial plans and creating investment awareness. He has been a registered member of the Financial Planning Standards Board since 2009.... more
Asked by Anonymous - Nov 30, 2023Hindi
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Namste Sunil ji, Meri ummar 45 saal hai, meri ek wife hai, baccha nahi hai iss saal plan kar rahe hai.., mujhe lagta hai mein 60 years tak kaam aur kar sakta hoon uske baad retire ya koi dusra kaam karunga . meri saalry 1 lakh approx hai..meri koi saving nahi..medicalim hai.. meri wife bhi kuch nahi karti hai..agar mujhe retire hona hai toh mein kitna save karoon in mutual funds ya kuch guide kijiye ki aur mein kaise paisa kama sakta hoon. chota chpat kaaam kare ke.. mera rent 40k jata hai... mumbai mein. Please guide me. Thanks really worried about my old age.

Ans: Mumbai mien rehte ho and medical insurance nahi hai, risky hai. Retirement paar kitna paisa haar month chaiye ? SIP karo equity MF mien.
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Hi, I need advice on retirement - I am 43, Single, no kids, will never have any. I own a 2BKH in pune and there is no loan for it. My parents are on Maharashtra state pension of 45K per month. My total corpus is 4+ crore. Majority of the corpus is invested in Equity mutual funds. I have kept 20 Lakhs in Debt mutual funds for emergency. Some portion is in Liquid MF from which money gets STPed to equity mutual funds every month. Our total monthly expense, including that for my parents and their medical bills is 60K. My own monthly expense is not calculable - but roughly it can be 60K minus their pension which is = 25K. I have bought Health insurance for myself and a separate Accidental disability insurance for myself. I have also bought senior citizen health insurance cover of 15lakh for my parents. My current salary is 2+ lakhs per month(of which 1.5 lakhs go in equity MF SIP) I don't know how long I will live and if I should retire now?
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