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Pan Card

pammandPAN Card in India is mandatory as per the income tax department of India. With effect from April 1, 2006, SEBI has also made PAN Card compulsory for all investors wanting to invest in India.
Permanent Account Number (PAN) refers to a ten-digit alphanumeric number, issued in the form of a laminated card, by the Income Tax Department in India. It is a must to have a PAN number for those who intend to do investments & file their income tax returns in India.

How to Get a PAN Card

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March 15, 2009 Posted by | Consumer Guidence and Articles | | Leave a comment

Protection, Pension, Savings, and Investment.

Protection, Pension, Savings, and Investment.

Life insurance may sound like something you only have to think about when you get older, but there are a variety of benefits to buying life insurance early on in your working career. A lot of people go through their entire lives before understanding what life insurance .

There are several reasons for this that no one really informed them about it. It is very necessary to  contact and ask IRDA certified Financial Consultants about importance of life insurance and which policy suits to their need. IRDA certified Financial Consultant provide this servise free as the insurance company pay them for the same.

Think what is your (Human) Life Value.

One of the methods of calculating your human life value is to sum up all expenses along with your future liabilities that your family members will have to pay off in the unfortunate event of your death.

Once you have done that you must take a life insurance policy to give you an insurance cover equaling your human life value.

As now Insurance Policies are giving better return in long term we also take policies for:-Heavy Educational or other expenses after fixed time period (For Kids), and tax benefits

Different types of insurance protect you and your loved ones in different ways against the

a) Unexpected or untimely death. (That of dying prematurely leaving a dependent family to fend for itself.)

 (b) Living too long  (That of living till old age without visible means of support.)

c) Accidental Death
d) Critical Illness

e) Permanent Disability
f) Partial Disability
g) Unemployment

Confused about which Insurance policy to take?
Finding it hard to get the best suitable plan?
Ask our experts  (IRDA Certified Financial Consultants)
9823403494 ( for Mumbai and Vasai)
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February 20, 2009 Posted by | Consumer Guidence and Articles | , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Do’s and dont’s of Mutual funds

Do’s and dont’s of Mutual funds

1. Read the complete forms before filling it up.

2. Never leave any box, or place vacant in the form.

3. Write the application number of the form behind the cheque.

4. Keep a photocopy of the form filled.

5. Check the statement received with the copy

6. Apply through registered members like JP Morgan

7. Subscribe to mail or SMS alerts for every transactions

8. Always enquire with the bank’s customer care cell whether the transactions are being successfully processed.

9. Always register an offence with the police.

10. Never deal in cash.

11. Bank account details should be properly mentioned in the form to ensure it is in your name.

October 27, 2007 Posted by | Consumer Guidence and Articles | Leave a comment

Vastu for Flats

Vastu for Flats

October 20, 2007 Posted by | Consumer Guidence and Articles | Leave a comment

BL-5C batteries which are subject to the product advisory

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The BL-5C batteries which are subject to the product advisory were used with the following Nokia models or separately as accessories:

Nokia 1100, Nokia 1100c, Nokia 1101, Nokia 1108, Nokia 1110, Nokia 1112, Nokia 1255, Nokia 1315, Nokia 1600, Nokia 2112, Nokia 2118, Nokia 2255, Nokia 2272, Nokia 2275, Nokia 2300, Nokia 2300c, Nokia 2310, Nokia 2355, Nokia 2600, Nokia 2610, Nokia 2610b, Nokia 2626, Nokia 3100, Nokia 3105, Nokia 3120, Nokia 3125, Nokia 6030, Nokia 6085, Nokia 6086, Nokia 6108, Nokia 6175i, Nokia 6178i, Nokia 6230, Nokia 6230i, Nokia 6270, Nokia 6600, Nokia 6620, Nokia 6630, Nokia 6631, Nokia 6670, Nokia 6680, Nokia 6681, Nokia 6682, Nokia 6820, Nokia 6822, Nokia 7610, Nokia N70, Nokia N71, Nokia N72, Nokia N91, Nokia E50, Nokia E60

“Nokia” and “BL-5C” are printed on the front of the battery. On the back of the battery, the Nokia mark appears at the top, and the battery identification number (consisting of 26 characters) is found at the bottom. If the battery identification number does not contain 26 characters, it is not subject to this product advisory.

August 16, 2007 Posted by | Consumer Guidence and Articles | 1 Comment