Yesterday, while I was travelling on a bus, an idea came to my mind (as always). I was thinking, how will an ordinary employee have 1 million in cash (or in liquid asset) just by simply working?
I’m sure, anyone working in finance related industry like mine already knows the answer. Or maybe, most people know the answer, they are not just focus on how it is done.
How many times have we heard the saying ‘walang yumayaman na empleyado‘. Agree? I beg to disagree. Maybe if that employee will only stick to the ‘isang kahig, isang tuka’ principle. Then the answer will be definitely yes, they won’t get rich.
We were brainwashed that it is impossible for an ordinary employee to have 1 Million in Cash.
However, by using a different approach, I truly believe that it is very possible.
Let me show you the simplest and easiest way to have 1 Million pesos. By simply saving and investing in mutual funds.
Don’t know what’s mutual fund – read and watch the video in this link – http://www.financialplanningph.com/what-is-mutual-funds-is-it-legal/
Here’s how. Below is a table I created using a Financial Calculator. Here, I tried to show that attaining 1 Million Pesos is very possible at age 30 up to age 45.
The column on the left represents your current age. That will be our starting point. On the right are future age where you want to have your first million pesos. Inside the table are the amount (in Pesos) that one must save and invest on a monthly basis.
|Your Starting Age||Objective – To have 1 Million Pesos At Certain Age (8% Annual Return)
How much do you need to save and invest monthly?
|At Age 30||At Age 33||At Age 35||At Age 38||At Age 40||At Age 45|
Your investment will have an 8% annual return. That’s a conservative projection since past performance of most Philippine mutual funds had an average of 14-20%.
The idea is this. Say you’re 21 years old now and just started working. Determine at what age would you like to have 1 Million pesos depending on your capacity to save. Is it at age 30? Then you have to start saving / investing P6,440 per month. Too stiff? Then adjust.
How bout if you’re 25 right now and you’d like to have 1 Million at age 30. How much do you need to invest monthly? Looking at the table, that gives us P13,709.
I’m already 32. Looking at the table, looks like the simplest way to reach 1 Million is at least age 38.
You don’t have to win in the Lotto to be a millionaire. Anyone, at any point in their life can have 1 million even if you’re just a regular employee. Maybe you can’t save P10,000 per month today. But not because you can’t save P10,000 today, you’ll not save at all. That’s not the idea. The idea is to save as much as you can today, whenever you can and increase your savings every time you have bonus or increase.
Maybe you can only save P1,000 today. But next month maybe you’ll have a bonus, then increase your savings. Save a part of your income whenever you can. And learn how to invest.
Start with an open mind. Don’t hesitate to ask. Maybe your officemate has a mutual fund investment, ask him to teach you.
Sabi nga ni Henry Sy, the richest man in the Philippines today. ‘It is only the first million that’s hardest to get. Once you hurdle your first million, the next millions are a lot easier’.
When do you want to have 1 Million? If you haven’t started yet, then it’s time you do. START Saving and Investing NOW!
I’m Interested, How Do I Get Started
In case you’re interested and want to get started, follow this link – http://www.financialplanningph.com/mutual-funds-application-form/
Or you can simply fill up the form below and I’ll contact you.
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