Financial Investment Plan Seminar at Techno Infonet
“To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan but also believe. – Anatole France”
This quote is very much right. To achieve great things in life you need to act along with dreams and plans. Now, as I said “dream”, you might have started dreaming of owning a luxurious car or a bungalow or might have imagined your life after 5 years…
Frankly speaking, there is no harm in dreaming big and expecting to have luxuries in life. But for this, you need to climb the stairs!
Warren Buffet says especially for earning “Never depend on single income. Make the investment to create a second source.” For spending he says “If you buy things you do not need, soon you will have to sell things you need.” and for savings, he says “Do not save what is left after spending, but spend what is left after saving.”
Big words and phrases for the ones who have just stepped into their professional earning life!
As a part of our Saturday Activity, planned every alternate Saturday, our HR this time organized a Financial Investment Plan Seminar on 27th May 2017 at around 5 PM. So, these big words and phrases from Warren Buffet seemed really small for the Technorians.
Financial Advisors from IDFC and ICICI Bank contributed their time, knowledge and experience on investment, saving plans, and the tax benefits. A tough concept of investment and savings was made simple and clear by a thought-provoking movie. These advisors through their experiences and knowledge explained us more and also solved our doubts, myths, and assumptions that we had. With this, some of our colleagues became thoughtful about investment plans and some who already had investment plans got some latest information and schemes running in the market.
So, overall, the seminar was fruitful for all of us and we can strongly say that “we can, and are able to climb the stairs of a luxurious life very easily”.
“The way to WEALTH is Simple. Spend less than you earn and Invest the difference wisely – Rob Berger”