Investors generally look at their cash flow and after discounting for regular monthly expenses such as rent and EMI, they settle on a SIP amount.

Investors should write down their monthly as well as one time expenses when they calculate their cash flow. Decide on a minimum amount that you can comfortably commit to and fund for 5 years.

Don’t decide on an amount where you struggle with SIP payment due to unexpected expenses. You can always increase later or invest as your cash flow increases

Having worked several years into Life Insurance, Health Insurance, Mutual Funds & Closely with people into financial planning i am now putting my first step in investment advisory

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