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Leading Service Provider of NRI Investments Services, Life Insurance, Financial Calculator, Financial Planning and Systematic Investment Plan from Jaipur.

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India has turned into a splendid investment destination for Non Resident Indians and persons of Indian origin. A growing & robust economy, a strong Rupee and profitable companies have together ensured that investors get maximum returns from both equity and debt markets. A highly transparent and automated stock exchange and a resonant mutual fund industry have ensured that investments are liquid and transparent. Taking advantage of this environment and our proven experience in the market.

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Now NRI strategy would work. Investor opens an NRE account with the funds repatriated into India. 
Investor defines his investment goals. 
We design a mutual fund portfolio based on invest objectives  
Investor can give mandate letter making Mr. x  mandate holder to implement strategy without the loss of time and investor intervention or Investor can make one of his known persons mandate holder who can execute documents and sign cheques on his behalf.  

We monitor the performance and progress of portfolio on continuous basis and refine strategy if required and carry out portfolio rebalancing. 

We provide regular update of the portfolio to the investor.Investment in stocks and mutual funds is subject to market risks. Investors should read the offer documents carefully and consult their investment advisor before investing.

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Insurance enables those who suffer a loss or accident to be compensated for the effects of their misfortune. The payments come from a fund of money contributed by all the holders of individual insurance policies. In other words, individual risks are pooled and shared, with each policyholder making a contribution to the common fund.

The contribution is known as the premium. Premiums are paid to insurers - these are institutions which accumulate the money into the fund from which claims are paid. The loss is in fact paid for by the policyholder making the claim and by all the other policyholders who have not suffered in the same way.
Insurers are professional risk takers. They know the probability of different types of risk happening. They can calculate the premiums needed to create a fund large enough to cover likely loss payments. Clearly, only a proportion of policyholders will require compensation from the fund at any one time.

So two important factors arise when calculating the premium. Firstly, the general likelihood that a loss will occur. Secondly, whether the particular policyholder is above or below average in risk.

Take three examples. In motor insurance a young person with a high powered car, or a driver with a long history of accidents will pay a higher premium than a mature and experienced driver with a modest saloon who has been accident free.

Similarly, the owner of a fish and chip shop will pay a higher premium for his fire insurance than, say, the owner of an office. The risk is greater, so the premium is higher.

Someone who is young, fit and in a risk-free job will find it easier to buy life insurance, and will pay lower premiums than someone who has a heart condition or is in a risky occupation.

Two kinds of Insurance
There are two different kinds of insurance - life insurance and general insurance. With life insurance you don't renew your policy each year. Instead, you agree to pay a fixed premium for a set number of years. In other words you enter a long-term commitment when you buy a life insurance policy.

What is the Difference?
General insurance pays out;

if a car has an accident or is stolen
if a house catches fire or is burgled
if a holiday has to be cancelled
if someone is careless and damages other people's property.
Most life policies, on the other hand, pay out when an event happens;

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Education Planner

This planner helps you to see the future expenditure which will be incurred at the time when your child reach college.

  • Return
  • Present Value
  • Marriage
  • Sip
  • Retriement

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Financial planning is a long-term process of wisely managing your finances so that you can achieve your goals and dreams. These goals may include
  • Buying a house
  • Saving for your child's education
  • Your daughter's marriage
  • Buying a car
  • Eventually planning for retirement
 
How to Make Financial Planning Work for You?
  • Set realistic goals - Set realistic goals. Set specific targets of what you want to achieve and when you want to achieve results. Be quantitative wherever possible. You may dream of your goals but be in touch with ground reality. Not all can be a Rockefeller.
  • Understand Risk and Return - Understand that there is no free lunch. Risk and return are interrelated. Set reasonable objectives. Do not expect high yield investments not to carry any additional risk, they usually do. Most people underestimate the stress of a high-risk plan on its way down. In most cases its better to be safe than sorry.
  • Review your Plans - Once the plan has been implemented, it requires a periodic review. This is imperative to adjust the plan to the changing situation in one's life, financial situation and income levels.
  • Start Early in Life - There is a myth that financial planning is for the elderly. The earlier you start financial planning the better of you will be in achieving your life's goals. It's more advantageous to save small amounts of money at a younger age than to wait till one is much older to save large sums.
  • Execute the Plan on time - Financial planning is a perishable commodity. What is available today may be gone tomorrow. Speed and timeliness of execution makes the difference between a millionaire and an average performer. If you have doubts about your ability to execute the plan in a timely.

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One can invest in mutual funds regular sums of money through the Systematic Investment Plan thereby making the volatility of the securities market work in his favour. Since the amount invested per month/quarter is constant, the investor ends up buying more units when the price is low and fewer units when the price is high. Therefore, the average unit cost will always be less than the average sale price per unit irrespective of the market rising, falling or fluctuating. This concept is called "Rupee Cost Averaging". The investors can gain automatically without having to monitor the market or attempt to predict the market for purchasing the units.

From the enclosed table, you may be pleasantly surprised on the benefits of investing systematically over the long term. An investment of Rs 1000/- per month, in a mix of instruments yielding a net compounded return of 15% per annum over a period of 25 years, can grow to over Rs.27 lacs. The table below illustrates how a regular investment of Rs. 1,000/-per month grows over different time periods.

While SIP is ideal for investing in Equity Funds nut should be used by all business and salaried class persons to save a fixed sum every month in whichever fund that suites their need and psychology.

 
Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) - An Open End Monthly Income Scheme
The first step, that may take you a long way towards achieving your financial goals.
 
The Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) allows investor to save a fixed amount of rupees every month/quarter for purchasing additional units of Income (Debt) as also other schemes like Growth (Equity) and Balanced Funds and is ideal for meeting the following needs:
  • Higher education of children.
  • Decent Marriage of one's daughter.
  • Setting up one's son in business or profession.
  • Acquiring House/ Flat
  • Retirement needs.
 
Look at the following table and you may be pleasantly surprised on the benefits of investing systematically over the long term. An investment of Rs 1000/- per month, in a mix of instruments yielding a net compounded return of Rs 15% per annum, over a period of 25 years, can grow to over Rs27 lacs. The table below illustrates how a regular investment of Rs. 1,000/-per month grows over different time periods.

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