With this calculator you will be able to know how much Pension and lump sum amount you will get when you retire at 60. The decision which you have to take is monthly contribution towards NPS. The more the invested money, the more the accumulated amount and the larger would be the eventual benefit of the accumulated pension wealth. The power of monthly compounding makes NPS an attractive retirement solution.
Total investing period
Monthly contribution towards NPS
To avail maximum tax benefit, contribute Rs 50,000 on your own towards NPS and also contribute 10% of your basic plus DA salary through your Employer towards Corporate NPS
Expected rate of return on NPS investment
Summary of your NPS Investment
(Interest earned is on monthly compounding basis)
% of Pension Wealth to be Withdrawn
Lumpsum Amount Withdrawn
Rate of interest
Pension per month post retirement
Pension amount invested
The calculations and the figures as displayed are indicative only excludes applicable charges.
Tax laws may change, affecting the Return On Investment (ROI).