Likhit

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comment Calculate the optimum contribution to Provident Fund(PF) account
Thanks Max. I understand last comment; in fact, the PF does have a lock in period. What I was looking for is verification of my maths, since the output looked really crazy. I hadn't tried to scale to a longer term, and must admit the huge difference in m is really surprising.
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comment Using reflection vs creating a new class
@Doval edited the answer.
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revised Using reflection vs creating a new class
Clarify a few details
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comment Using reflection vs creating a new class
@Doval No there is no need to add / change validators. I'll edit the answer to clarify.
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comment Lump sum investment vs SIP when I have the lump sum
Yes, but I was hoping to get a some advise on the pros and cons of lump sum investment when you already have the lump sum with you.
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comment Lump sum investment vs SIP when I have the lump sum
May I know why I was downvoted?
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comment Calculate the optimum contribution to Provident Fund(PF) account
Actually, for the case of after Rs. 100,000 it is just a matter of choosing the higher interest rate (since the principle is still the same; both tax deducted). But within the first 1 lakh, it becomes a matter of ensuring that the FD (or other market) rate on a tax deducted amount returns more than the PF rate on full amount.
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