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Post retirement cost of living

Know how much will be your future cost of living per month

Monthly inflationary expenses (groceries,travel, clothes etc.)
Monthly non-inflationary expenses (loan repayments,LIC premiums etc.) (Rs.)
Years in which to calculate cost of living

Expected Changes in Expenses

Increase in monthly inflationary expenses(Rs.)
Decrease in monthly inflationary expenses (Rs.)
Increase in monthly non-inflationary expenses (Rs.)
Decrease in monthly non-inflationary expenses (Rs.)
Expected annual inflation

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