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# IDBI SIP Calculator

SIP
Lumpsum
Monthly investment
Expected return rate (p.a)
%
Time period
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Invested amount
Est. returns
Total value
INVEST NOW
Invested amount
Est. returns

IDBI SIP is one of the most efficient ways to invest in Mutual Funds. A SIP or Systematic Investment plan works like a Recurring deposit, in which you need to invest a small amount of money monthly for a stipulated interval. Most of the mutual fund schemes of IDBI mutual fund have SIP option. With IDBI Bank you can invest in a wide range of mutual funds with a view to achieve and accomplish your financial goals/objectives. You can also calculate how much you can make by investing in SIPs by using the IDBI SIP calculator and find how many sips you need to reach the desired corpus. This calculator will show you how small investments made at regular intervals can yield returns over a long period of time.

## What is SIP and How to Invest in it?

SIP or Systematic Investment Plan is a method of investment where a fixed amount is deposited at regular intervals (weekly, monthly, quarterly) in the mutual fund scheme of investors’ choice. With the SIP mode of investment, one can ensure that the savings amount does burn a hole in their pockets. Investors can start investing in SIP Mutual Funds either through online or offline mode and calculate their estimated returns using the SIP calculator of IDBI. IDBI mutual fund provides the convenience of buying, selling, redeeming, the funds in a hassle-free manner so that you can enjoy investing online in top IDBI SIP mutual fund schemes.

## How to Calculate Returns Using IDBI Mutual Fund Calculator?

Calculating the estimated returns on your investment using this calculator is very easy; you just have to enter the basic details pertaining to your SIP MF scheme. SIP returns are calculated according to compound interest. See the steps below :

Step 1: Enter the monthly investment amount you want to invest or make use of the slider provided to select the amount

Step 2: In this step, enter the return rate or move the slider

Step 3: Choose the investment period.

Step 4: Click on the ‘Invest now’ button.

It will then show the invested amount, estimated returns and the total value.

## IDBI Mutual Fund SIP Calculator Formula

= P*((1+i)^n)-1)/i)*(1+i)

where:

– SIP amount

– compounded rate of return, which is the annual rate of return %/12

– number of months

## Advantages of Using IDBI Mutual Fund Calculator

Some of the key benefits of using a SIP calculator are as follows:

• No need to go through complicated calculations. Just enter the basic values and the return will be calculated for you instantly
• It allows investors to get an idea of the amount that their mutual fund investment would accumulate at the end of their SIP tenure beforehand
• With this kind of estimate in mind, finances can be planned in a much better way
• Not only confined to planning the finances, with the estimation provided by calculator one can get immense help in choosing the right mutual fund scheme.

## IDBI SIP Calculator – FAQs

Ques. Is there any tax applicable on SIPs?
Ans. Only the SIP plans in ELSS Mutual Funds are eligible for a tax deduction of up to ₹1.5 lakh per annum under Section 80C of the IT Act.

Ques. What is the general interest rate provided on SIPs?
Ans. The interest rate or SIP Returns depends on the asset class chosen. For instance, a SIP in equity scheme will fetch higher returns than the one in Debt schemes. Generally, SIP in large cap equity funds provides a return of 12-15% whereas from mid-cap equities, a return of 14-17% can be expected.

Ques. Can SIP be withdrawn anytime?
Ans. Yes, SIP amount can be withdrawn money you wish, except for Equity Linked Savings Scheme (ELSS) which comes with a lock-in period of 3 years.

Ques. What happends if an installment on a SIP date is missed?

Ans. The SIP will continue to be in active state and you can continue paying SIP installments from the next due date. There is no penalty levied if a SIP installment is missed.

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