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Retirement PF Amount Calculator

Enter your age and expenses details to calculate how much money you need to save for your retirement.
1. Present Age (Yrs.) *
2. Retirement Age (Yrs.) *
3. Monthly basic salary (Rs.) *
4. % yearly increment expected in basic salary *
5. Existing Balance in P.F. Account *
6. Expected monthly expenses after retirement(at current prices) *
7. Expected Lumpsum Expenses on retirement (at today's prices) *
8. The age to which you expect to live (Yrs.) *
9. Long term Inflation rate (%) *
10. Likely rate of return after retirement (%) *

Retirement PF Amount Calculator

Provident fund consists of contributions made by an employee during the time he has worked along with an equal contribution from the employer. It is deducted as a certain percentage of basic salary. This calculator will help you in estimating the balance in your PF or EPF (Employee Provident Fund) amount that shall be accumulated by you at the time of retirement and help you answer the following questions:

  • How much money do you need at the time of retirement to meet your monthly expenses?
  • How much money do you need at the time of retirement to meet your lump sum expenses?
  • How much money will your PF account have when you retire?
  • What percentage of your total retirement needs is met by PF?

This calculator will help you asses the need for further investments to meet your retirement needs.

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