• High Net Worth Individual

    Planning for retirement is an important component of everyone’s financial planning, including that of a high-net-worth individual (HNWI). There is no industry-recognized definition for an HNWI. One of the most commonly accepted criteria is an individual with $1 million or more in investable assets, excluding real estate. However, other definitions include individuals possessing assets worth ...
  • Estate-Planning

    Accumulating wealth and building a business can take years of rigorous hard work. Hence, taking concrete steps to safeguard your wealth and business from the changing times, evolving laws, and the notions and conflicts of future generations, is imperative. Over the years, the importance of estate and succession planning has come to the forefront. According ...
  • Preserve-Wealth

    2008 brought to the world the worst financial disaster since the great depression of 1929. People lost their jobs, investments tanked, the value of real estate dropped, and financial anxiety was at its peak. The aftermath of the financial crisis of 2008 was equally alarming. There were approximately 8.8 million jobs lost in total with ...
  • Financial-gifts-Children

    Whether it is the holiday season or a special occasion like a birthday, graduation, etc., gifts can be a great way to show appreciation, admiration, and love for your children. However, as parents, your responsibility towards your child goes beyond traditional gifts like toys, books, family vacations, a trip to the mall, or gadgets. As ...
  • Retirement

    Ideally, your portfolio grows with you. How you invest depends a lot on your age, and hence, your portfolio eventually shapes and looks different according to your life stage. Conventional wisdom suggests making your portfolio more conservative as you get older and approach retirement. It may be advisable to rebalance your asset allocation, lower the ...
  • Impact of COVID-19 on your investment portfolio

    The Coronavirus pandemic has moved people across the world towards making changes to their social and personal lifestyles. In addition to this, their investment portfolios have been affected too and may require adjustments amid the crisis in order to maintain balance and profitability. The primary purpose of these alterations is to secure the investments amid ...
  • Estate-Planning

    Estate planning is a broad concept encompassing financial planning and related aspects. As important as it should be, most people tend to exclude it from their financial planning. There are also some people who underestimate the size and value of their estate and do not give their estate plan the attention it deserves. Estate planning ...
  • Everything You Need to Know About REITs

    Investing these days is not limited to mutual funds, fixed deposits, and old school real estate. There are many new ways to invest your money and one of them is via REITs. REITs or Real Estate Investment Trusts are the new definition of investing that have revolutionized the way people see real estate as an ...
  • Living-Trust

    Estate planning, simply put, is the management and distribution of one’s assets after their death or incapacitation. Its primary objective is to distribute a person’s estate to its rightful heirs, with a focus to reduce estate tax. Of the many methods involved in estate planning, the two basic ones are writing a will and setting ...
  • Estate-Plan

    Estate planning is an indisputable way to a secure future. Starting with the simple step of making a will, estate planning can also involve setting up a trust, preparing a power of attorney, protecting the interests of a minor, and much more. In fact, contrary to popular belief, everyone needs an estate plan even if ...