Tata Retirement Savings Fund

The Tata Retirement Savings Fund - managed by the Tata Mutual Fund (Tata MF) - has been in the market for more than a decade. To maintain a balance between promising returns and safety of investment, the fund invests 65%-80% of your money in equity shares and the balance in debt and money market instruments.

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The fund is an open-ended aggressive hybrid scheme and is offered in two types of plans:

  • Tata Retirement Savings Fund - Regular Plan

  • Tata Retirement Savings Fund - Direct Plan

These plans are further offered in two categories:

  • Moderate Option

  • Progressive Option

Tata Retirement Savings Fund Facts 

Fund House Tata Mutual Fund House
Asset Management Company Tata Asset Management Private Limited
Fund Category Hybrid
Fund Class Equity
Launch date November 01, 2011
Benchmark CRISIL Hybrid 25+75 Aggressive Index
Fund Type Open-ended
Risk level Average
Investment amount Minimum investment: INR 5,000
Entry load Zero
Exit load 1% for redemption within 61 months

Investment Objective

The primary objective of the Tata Retirement Savings Fund is to be a financial planning tool for the long-term financial security of investors based on their retirement planning goals. The composition of the fund comprises 77.33% in equities, 15.85% in debts, and 6.83% in cash & cash equivalents. The top 3 sectors comprise 38.5% of the fund, with the top 10 equity holdings comprising 35.18% of the fund. The fund primarily follows a growth-oriented style of investing and invests across market capitalization. It presently invests 67.33% in giant & large-cap companies, 26.74% in mid-cap, and 5.92% in small-cap companies. 

The mutual fund house constantly monitors the economic conditions and the market fluctuations to ensure the stable performance of the fund. Investments are made only when the securities show promising return trends. The constant monitoring also helps the fund house invest in the market when conditions are most favorable that yield positive results.

Fund Summary

  1. Tata Retirement Savings Fund - Moderate Option - Regular Plan

    • Risk: Average

    • Expense Ratio (as of January 31, 2022): 2.12% 

    • Net Asset Value (NAV): INR 40.7936 (as of February 28, 2022)

    • Returns: 11.04% (5 year)

    • Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR): 14.57% p.a. (since inception)

  2. Tata Retirement Savings Fund - Moderate Option - Direct Plan

    • Risk: Average

    • Expense Ratio (as of January 31, 2022): 0.64% 

    • Net Asset Value (NAV): INR 46.3064 (as of February 28, 2022)

    • Returns: 12.57% (5 year)

    • Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR): 15.76% p.a. (since inception)

  3. Tata Retirement Savings Fund - Progressive Option - Regular Plan

    • Risk: Below Average

    • Expense Ratio (as of January 31, 2022): 2.23% 

    • Net Asset Value (NAV): INR 40.14 (as of February 28, 2022)

    • Returns: 12.05% (5 year)

    • Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR): 14.39% p.a. (since inception)

  4. Tata Retirement Savings Fund - Progressive Option - Direct Plan

    • Risk: Below Average

    • Expense Ratio (as of January 31, 2022): 0.3% 

    • Net Asset Value (NAV): INR 46.3489 (as of February 28, 2022)

    • Returns: 13.74% (5 year)

    • Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR): 15.59% p.a. (since inception)

Fund Return Summary

  1. Tata Retirement Savings Fund – Moderate Option - Regular Plan:

    Tenure   Percentage Return
    1 year 10.21%
    3 years 12.98%
    5 years 11.04%
    Since inception 14.57%
  2. Tata Retirement Savings Fund – Moderate Option - Direct Plan:

    Tenure   Percentage Return
    1 year 11.85%
    3 years 14.68%
    5 years 12.57%
    Since inception 15.76%
  3. Tata Retirement Savings Fund – Progressive Option - Regular plan:

    Tenure   Percentage Return
    1 year 9.71%
    3 years 14.08%
    5 years 12.05%
    Since inception 14.39%
  4. Tata Retirement Savings Fund – Progressive Option - Direct Plan:

    Tenure   Percentage Return
    1 year 11.44%
    3 years 15.98%
    5 years 13.74%
    Since inception 15.59%

    *Returns are subject to change.

    *The investment risk in the investment portfolio is borne by the policyholder.

Pros and Cons 

Pros Cons
Generates promising returns over the long term Not suitable for short term investment goals
Moderately lower risk than pure equity-based funds Higher expense ratio
The fund provides a return that is higher than fixed deposits and the inflation rate over 5 years or more The fund is riskier than fixed deposits and is vulnerable to price volatility.

Benefits of the Tata Retirement Savings Fund

The Tata Retirement Savings Fund has the following benefits:

  • Effective Combination: The fund provides a combination of long-term wealth creation and income generation opportunities. Notwithstanding the price volatility, one should invest in this fund for a period not less than five years.

  • Lower Volatility: NAVs of such funds tend to fall lesser than pure equity funds when the broader stock markets decline due to significant debt allocation. These funds are suitable for equity investors who prefer conservative equity allocation.

Who Should Invest in the Tata Retirement Savings Fund?

The fund is best suited for investors who are looking for:

  • Conservative asset allocation 

  • Income generation as well as wealth creation

FAQ's

  • Should I invest in Tata Retirement Savings Fund by way of a SIP or as a lump sum?

    Ans. Being an equity fund, the NAV of Tata Retirement Savings Fund is expected to display minor volatility in the short to medium term. Hence, it is recommended that investment in Tata Retirement Savings Fund should be through a SIP, as it provides the investor the flexibility to invest a smaller amount every month without the risk of investing a lump sum amount at an elevated NAV. 
  • How should I invest in Tata Retirement Savings Fund to finance my retirement?

    Ans. Since an investor has to pay exit load in this fund for the exit before 61 months, one should invest in this fund to finance one’s retirement at least five years before the date of retirement.
  • What is the tax treatment for the Tata Retirement Savings Fund investors?

    Ans. The fund is treated as an equity fund for income tax purposes. For fund units that are held for more than one year, the gains are classified as a long-term capital gains. In a financial year, long-term capital gains of up to INR 1 lakh are exempt from tax, post which a flat rate of 10% is applicable.
  • Who are the fund managers of the Tata Retirement Savings Fund?

    Ans. The Tata Retirement Savings Fund - Moderate Plan - Regular Plan is managed by Sonam Udasi (Since April 01, 2016) and Murthy Nagarajan (Since April 01, 2017).
  • What is the lock-in period of the Tata Retirement Savings Fund?

    Ans. The lock-in period for the Tata Retirement Savings Fund is 5 years.
  • What are the top 10 equity holdings of the Tata Retirement Savings Fund?

    Ans. The top 10 equity holdings of the Tata Retirement Savings Fund are:
    • ICICI Bank
    • Reliance Industries
    • Tata Consultancy Services
    • Infosys
    • HDFC Bank
    • ITC
    • Axis Bank
    • HCL Technologies
    • Radico Khaitan
    • Polycab India
  • What is the minimum withdrawal limit for a Systematic Withdrawal Plan under the Tata Retirement Savings Fund?

    Ans. The minimum withdrawal limit for a Systematic Withdrawal Plan under the Tata Retirement Savings Fund is INR 500.

Past 10 Year annualised returns as on 01-02-2024

^Tax benefit are for Investments made up to Rs.2.5 L/ yr and are subject to change as per tax laws.

*All savings are provided by the insurer as per the IRDAI approved insurance plan.

Tax benefit is subject to changes in tax laws. Standard T&C Apply
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^^The information relating to mutual funds presented in this article is for educational purpose only and is not meant for sale. Investment is subject to market risks and the risk is borne by the investor. Please consult your financial advisor before planning your investments.

#The lumpsum benefit is calculated if policyholder invested ₹10000 monthly for 10 years in the fund with a policy term of 20 years. This Point To Point past performance data of last 10 years has been used to illustrate a scenario for the customers benefit. It is assumed that the past 10 years returns would have also been delivered in last 20 years. This is not guaranteed and not in anyway indicative of what the customer may actually get 20 years from now. The investment is subject to market risk and the risk is borne by the policyholder.

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