Mutual Fund   

A mutual fund is just the connecting bridge or a financial intermediary that    allows a group of investors to pool

their money together with a predetermined investment objective.

The mutual fund will have a fund manager who is responsible for investing the gathered money into

specific securities (stocks or bonds). When you invest in a mutual fund,

you are buying units or portions of the mutual fund and thus on investing becomes a shareholder

or unit holder of the fund.

SIP in Mutual Fund    : It is a method of investing a fixed sum, at a regular interval, in a mutual fund.

It is very similar to monthly saving schemes like a recurring monthly deposit / post office deposit


Benefits Of SIP in Mutual Fund

1.No need to time the market – Rupee cost averaging

2.Power of Compounding

3.Disciplined investment habit

4.Auto debit facility

5.Low investments

6.Commensurate Returns – Easy to create wealth




In these times of rising medical costs Health-Guard policy is the

perfect Health Protection for you and your family.

It takes care of the expensive medical treatment incurred during hospitalization.


Motor Insurance 

You work hard to buy an car/Bike to enjoy your trips or may be to support your business needs.

Any uncertainty can lead to damage resulting in huge losses.

And you are aware the costs to get your car /Bike repaired in the event

of a damage or even replacing just in case it is stolen,

can be huge. Hence it makes sense to buy a comprehensive

Motor Insurance Policy to give you the all round protection.



Life Insurance

Life insurance is a contract under which the insurer (Insurance Company) in consideration

of a premium paid undertakes to pay a fixed sum of money on the death of

the insured or on the expiry

of a specified period of time whichever is earlier.





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1.  Life Insurance                                                      5. Health insurance

2.  Motor Insurance                                                   6. Infrastructure  Bonds

3.  Mutual Funds                                                       7. Corporate Fixed Deposit

4.  GOI Bonds                                                           8. Equity IPOs, etc.