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# Mutual Fund Returns Calculator

Calculate potential gains on investments amount with our mutual fund returns calculator.

Total Investment
500
₹ 500
₹ 10,00,000
Expected Return Rate (p.a)
1
1%
50%
Time Period (in years)
1
1 yr
30 yrs
Investment Amount
Estimated Returns
Investment Amount
Estimated Returns
Investment Amount
1,20,000
Estimated Returns
1,20,000
Total Value
1,20,000

## What is a Mutual Fund Returns Calculator?

Mutual Funds are one of the most preferred investment options by Indian investors. A mutual fund calculator is a tool that can help you calculate returns and the estimated future value of your investment. As mutual fund investments are subject to market risk, every investor should ideally take a goal-oriented approach to plan their investments. Here, a mutual fund returns calculator can help understand the amount of investment and time required to achieve the goal amount.

The Dhan online mutual fund calculator makes things simpler and faster for you because it requires just three inputs i.e your total investment amount (Lumpsum), time period you would like to stay invested and expected rate of return - you shall see the total estimated returns in seconds!

## How does a Mutual Fund Returns Calculator work?

Mutual fund calculator is simple to use. Using the compound interest formula, it estimates the potential return from an investment - either through SIP or lumpsum.

Dhan mutual fund calculator is a lumpsum returns calculator which requires you to enter the one-time lump sum amount, the expected rate of return, and time period in years - that's it!. The calculator will automatically calculate the total investment amount, estimated returns i.e wealth gainer and total value of the investment made.

For instance, taking the example mentioned above, assume invest Rs. 5,00,000 in a mutual fund for 8 years and you expect an average return of 11% per annum. The interest is assumed to be compounded annually.

The formula for lumpsum calculations can be used as follows:

A = ₹5,00,000 {(1+00.11/1)^8}
A = ₹5,00,000 x 2.303
A = ₹11,52,269

Instead of using this formula to calculate lumpsum investment on your own, using an online calculator is a much simpler way of computing your investment value.

## How to use the Dhan Mutual Fund Returns Calculator?

Here are a few easy steps to guide you using the calculator:

1. Ensure you have all the related data available to you.
2. Enter the variables as mentioned in the formula on their designated slots.
3. The MF Returns amount will be displayed instantly.

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