Please Suggest me a Financial Road to Walk on

POSTED BY Sushil ON August 16, 2013 9:47 pm COMMENTS (7)

I am giving all my assest and Liability details here . Pls suggest me a financial Plan for my future requirements

 

Assest

1. Agri Land word 50 Lakh 2. Home worth 60 Lakh 3. EPF Balance Nearly 6 Lakh 4. PPF Balance- Nearly 3 Lakh

Liability

1. Home Loan pending 5.70 Lakh ( MOnthly EMI 7500/-at intrest rate of 9 %)

Monthly Income

Take Home Salary 40000/- 

Yearly income 65000/- per year ( will increase 4000-5000 every year )from agriculture which is non Taxable

Monthly Expenses

13000 Household Expenses 7500 EMI for Home Loan and 2000 SIP ( 1000 HDFC top 200 and 1000 Reliance Gold)

Yearly Expenses

Children Education 25000

 

Investmenst till Now

Nearly 4000 Per month EPF ( Same amount Contributed by Employer ) Intrest Rate as Per EPF

2000 per month SIP ( 1000 HDFC Top 200 from last 26 months, 1000 per month Relinace GOld from last 8 months) After 18 months 1000 SIP stopped ( Reliance Tax Saver Still in Lock in period)

LIC

1 One Term plan for Self and One for Wife both 10 Lakh Each ( Wife Housewife) Both 4742/-Yealy from last 4 years

2. One Term Plan for 1 Lakh ( From last 12 Years) yeary 989/- Only

3 Two Moneyback of 1 Lakh ( 6800 yearly Each) from Last 12 Years ( I am not going to surrender these plans. I have studied in details and these are going to give me better returns than FD in long Run. These are fixed bonus plan) All ULIPS ii have already Surrendered

4.One Lic Komal Jeewan 7528/- per year from last 4 years ( 14 premiums still pending)

5. PPF once a year ( this year 10000 deposited ) Current balance is nearly 3 Lakh. opened in 2002 and will mature in 2017

6. One health Insurance Worth 3 Lakh from ICICI from last 2 years

Family

Self ( 36 Salaried Employee )Wife ( 35 Non Working) Elder Son ( 10 ) Younger Son (5)

Requirements

After 7 years 8 Lakh after 12 Years 8 Lakh 

After 15 Years 15 Lakh After 20 Years 15 Lakh

This Requirement is as per Current Cost Without considering Inflation

NOW SUGGEST A SUITABLE PLAN FOR ME WITH MIX OF WHATVER U WANT TO SUGGEST

7 replies on this article “Please Suggest me a Financial Road to Walk on”

  1. Dear Sushil, you are not asked to say sorry for posting your question. Actually this forum is meant for asking/posting your queries. You were advised to have a look of past queries which are similar in nature to your query. This ‘ll help you in 2 ways. you ‘ll get a feel about your own situation at the same time you can post specific queries to your situation.

    Here I’m answering to your fresh queries.

    1. Please continue with this floater. there is nothing called Best Insurer.

    2. Please research a bit for Critical illness plans in details. The complications involved in filing a claim for CI plans & getting reimbursed, indicate that it’s not a worth of your money.

    3. Please read my reply 2 above & research a bit on CI plan. You may visit http://www.freefincal.com for the recent post on CI plans.

    thanks

    Ashal

  2. vijaya kumar Tadikamalla says:

    Hi all

    First of all, Sorry for posting my question here. As I am new to this blog I don’t know how to create a thread to my question.

    1. I had taken Religare care recently a floater plan of 5 lakh. for me and my wife. Is there any need to change my health insurance plan to other good company?
    2. Now I am looking for a Critical illness plan of 25 lakh. for me and accidental policy of 10 lakh.? Please suggest me a good plans for these two policies?
    3. My age is 29 and my wife age is 23. My wife is a house wife. So is there any need to take critical illness policy to my wife, as she is not working.

    Thanks.

  3. Dear Sushil, before investing money, please invest time in reading past discussion here in the forum. All the things can be discussed later on.

    thanks

    Ashal

  4. Sushil says:

    Apart from Emergency Fund and Insurance……….what other Investment avenues can be taken by me?
    How much FD? Which Mutual Fund? How much amount per month?
    How to increase equity exposure?
    How to plan for Specific Requirements that i have mentioned?

  5. Ashish Garg says:

    Dear Sushil,

    Just like you I am also learning on the financial life and this site has helped in clearing lot of doubts about the financial plan.

    You have assessed your current scenario and basis that have done savings / investments and now want the future course. I think, first of all you need to look at your emergency fund. Since you are the sole earner and this is very important in case of a single earner. This can be equal to about 6 months expenses that you can not avoid.

    Next step look at your life insurance. Are you sufficiently covered? I think your total life insured value would be about 12-15 lakhs. Just assume will that be enough for your family in your absence? If not look at online term plans (economical and easily available). Go with the company you feel comfortable with (say HDFC, ICICI, TATA, Birla, Bajaj etc.).

    Your wife is not earning but still is insured, insurance is to secure and not just for the sake of having a policy in your name. In case she plans to work after a few years, make sense, else you may choose to discontinue this policy and use this premium to increase your insurance value.

    As already suggested above, you need to increase your equity exposure to meet your goals. But first, you need to set your stage 1 in correct place (emergency fund, insurance).

    Ashish

  6. Krishna Kishore Appala says:

    Dear Sushil,

    If you want your answer, I would say
    1) Stop all Money back and Komal jeevan policies.
    2) Increase your equity exposure. 2000 per month is not at all sufficient.
    Rest all is on track.

    But tell me, does this make sense. What if I tell you to do this and do that, and there are many chances that I am not correctly guessing your Risk appetite, Retirement Life style etc etc.

    My sincere suggestion is Please approach a Financial Planner. With a net worth of 1 crore +, this will not cost you much.

    Warm Regards,
    Krishna Kishore A

    1. Sushil says:

      Regarding My Risk Appetite I would like to clarify that i can take medium risk……neither i am risk avoiding person nor much risk taking person
      Regarding Retirement Lifestyle , i I would like to clarify that i live a simple daal roti lifestyle…..no luxuries……….

      Regarding Emergency Fund……i m thinking about it from last 2 months but still i have no funds. I will make Emergency Fund as soon as possible

      Regarding Wife Insurance, i have taken her insurance due to her low life expectancy.Though she has started a boutique 10 days ago and started earning very little

      Regarding increasing Equity Exposure, please suggest in detail what to do and how ?

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