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나는 지난 2주부터 이 비디오를 만들려고 했지만 일로 인해 술에 취해 있었습니다. 마지막으로 4% 규칙이 매우 마술적이기 때문에 이것이 여러분이 조기에 은퇴를 계획하는 데 정말 도움이 될 것이라고 믿습니다. 그것은 명확성을 얻는 데 도움이 되고 사물을 원근감 있게 둡니다. 도움이 되셨기를 바라며, 도움이 되셨다면 구독과 좋아요 부탁드립니다! ⏰ 타임스탬프⏰ 자기소개: 00:30 FIRE 소개: 01:23 Part 1 – 검소함: 02:40 Part 2 – 투자: 03:54 Part 3 – 4%의 법칙: 05:00 화이트에 나만의 계산 게시판: 06:00 질문이 있으시면 언제든지 댓글을 남겨주세요. 답변해 드리겠습니다. 저는 재정 고문이 아닙니다. 이 비디오에 제시된 아이디어는 오락 목적으로만 사용됩니다. 귀하(그리고 귀하만이) 귀하가 내리는 재정적 결정에 대한 책임이 있습니다. #PersonalFinance #Money #RetireEarly 아래 내용을 무시하십시오: 조기 퇴직하는 방법 인도에서 45세까지 은퇴하는 방법 FIRE 23세에 은퇴하는 방법 재정적 자유를 달성하는 방법 인도에서 재정적 자유를 얻는 방법 4% 규칙 인도에서 조기 은퇴하는 방법 재정적 달성 방법 독립 인도에서 재정적 독립을 달성하는 방법 인도에 대한 장기 투자

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21 comments

Project Better Finance 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

As Lavish rightly pointed out below, if I also account for the returns I’ll be accruing over the years of saving, I’ll actually be able to retire in around 13 years. I personally like to ignore these returns to account for big miscellaneous expenses I might incur over the years (eg: Vehicles, properties, other responsibilities). You can feel free to compound the interest on your annual savings in your calculation, but I would suggest that you account for such major expenses in one way or the other!

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Siddhartha Biswas 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

Uh is inflation accounted for ?

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Mahender kumar vlogs 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

Done

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Blake Mosley 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

With the right financial plan, early retirement is possible. Most investors hope for the best from their investments, but base their financial goals on unrealistic assumptions.

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Piyush Khushlani 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

I am currently 23, planning for it till 35. So far, on track for it.

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akshay kumar 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

Hey, thank you for the video. I have a doubt a weird one.

I calculated my FIRE amount in Dollar adjusted to the currency where I am at which is rupees (India). So will the exchange rate affect my portfolio negatively or will it balance it out if I keep withdrawing (4% rule) in terms of dollars?
(Example, currently 1 dollar = 74 ruppees it was 1 dollar = 75 rupees so if dollar gets stronger than ruppees should I withdraw less in terms of rupees and vice versa or will it balance itself out.)

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Akith jabed 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

Started Investing at the age of 19…

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Wealth's Street 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

That's good one but the 4 percent we can't use in India as our inflation is higher than that.

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King Devil 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

Bro Teri English sunke mujhe aise laga Jaise Mai virat kohli ko sun Raha hu … English improvement ke liye koi tips …

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Srinivasa M 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

What about inflation?

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Kakkala Deepak 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

cool but i am still studying 12 th class

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asj sonu 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

Nice effort but u forgot many things like one has to hv corpus for purchasing house, for higher education of kids and for marriage of kids etc.. Many thungs u missed.. But annual income will also hv interest, u simply divided the total amt by the annual amt n came out wd fugure of 23 yrs which is grossly incorrect. I would say long way to go as of now but yes wd constant gd efforts u may bring gd change…

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Manan Agrawal 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

5 years!

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S D 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

4% rule was coined in 90s and for US. Works there due to low inflation. For India if you are taking that as a thumb rule god bless you. We have a big devil called Heavy-Inflation. That would throw this 4% rule out of the window.

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Aayush Sinha 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

You need to take expenses at the time of retirement for calculating 25 times. 30,000 would buy you the same amount of things as 7500 after 24 years (on the basis of 6% inflation). If you have 30000 monthly expenses today it would be 1,20,000 after 25 years and the corpus required would then be 3.6 crore

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Vikas Ross 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

You should also consider inflation

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Let's Explore India 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

Very nice.

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Suraj S Jagtap 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

Brother, Why you stopped making videos? Please resume, we need such content. Please.

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Ajay Patidar 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

60 percent are dependent are agricultural.
5 percent are dependent on businesses.
1 percent are wealthy enough.
Around 8 percent are poor.
Roughly 24 Percent are salaried.(1% are aware of retirement.)

That's why people lack financial literacy here.

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Nageswara Rao Yennapu 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

You left out the family conveniently.

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abhishek sharma 18/10/2021 - 2:38 PM

4% rule doesn't work well in india

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