Here’s an example for you to consider (*this is just an illustration, it should not be taken as the basis for making any investment decision, actual results may vary)
If you invest INR 1,00,000 (principal amount) for a year at 10% pa interest rate in mutual funds, at the end of the year you can earn INR 10,000 as additional amount on it. Now, upon reinvestment of the excess amount earned, the total maturity amount at the end of the year would be INR 1,10,000.
Similarly, if you stay invested for 20 years, without adding further to the principal amount and at 10% pa interest rate, you could stand to earn approximately INR 6,00,000. This amount would be a result of the compounded amount as opposed to the INR 3,00,000 that you would have earned in total, had the excess amount not been compounded over the years.
It is important to note that compounding can potentially show great effects as the tenure of your investments increases. Therefore, investors are advised to start early and stay invested for the long term to enjoy the
benefits of compounding.
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www.icicipruamc.com/note to know more about the process to complete a one-time Know Your Customer (KYC) requirement to invest in mutual funds. Investors should only deal with registered mutual funds, details of which can be verified on the SEBI website
www.sebi.gov.in/intermediaries.html, For any queries, complaints & grievance redressal, investors may reach out to the AMCs and/or Investor Relations Officers. Additionally, investors may also lodge complaints on
https://scores.gov.in if they are unsatisfied with the resolutions given by AMCs. SCORES portal facilitates you to lodge your complaint online with SEBI and later view its status.
Mutual fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully.