by PrognoAdvisor, Financial Planning
01 Oct , 2018

I don’t know if I can afford to buy a Rs.10 lakhs worth car?

Sandesh Aggarwal wanted to buy a car worth Rs.10 lakhs in today’s value after 5 years. He is 29 years old and is working as a QA engineer in Ahmedabad. His wife is working as a customer service executive. He has some savings in bank and has got a couple of insurance plans. There is nothing he can set aside for this goal now. But he is willing to save Rs.12000 per month. He has invested in stock earlier but does not have any investments in stocks now.

Sandesh’s situation was analysed and provided him strategies and advice to achieve his goal as given below:

Requirement

 

 

 


 

Cost of buying a car in today's Value

 


₹ 10,00,000

Cost after 5 years assuming price change @ 8% p.a.


₹ 14,69,328

Resources Available

 

 

 


 

Assets set aside for the goal in today's value


NIL

Monthly Savings that can be allocated to this goal


₹ 12,000

Suggested Asset Allocation

 

 


 

Assuming Conservative Risk Tolerance and Short time horizon the following asset allocation

is suggested todeploy the assets allocated for the goal and to allocate the savings


Rate of Return expected annually from the suggested asset allocation

10.40%

Analysis

 

 

 

 

 

 

Value of Assets set aside for the goal after 5 years

 

₹ 0

Value of Savings allocated for the goal after 5 years

 

₹ 8,86,162

Total resources available at the time of goal

 

₹ 8,86,162

Shortage at the time of goal

 

 

 

₹ 5,83,166

Strategies

 

 

 

 

 

 

Take a car loan for the amount equal to the shortage. Assuming a home

 

Loan interest rate of 12%p.a for 5 year period the EMI will be Rs.12972

Where to Invest?

 

 

 

 

 

1

Out of the Rs. 12000 monthly savings, start SIP of Rs.2400 in diversified equity fund,

 

SIP of Rs.3600 in a dynamic bond fund and Rs.6000 in cooperative bank RD account

2

Review the investments and SIPs once in every year

 

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The above case study is for illustrative purpose only and is not a recommendation or advice for a similar situation you might face since there are many other factors which will require a different approach to your situation.

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