Do you have a team of employees interested in discussing personal financial matters ranging from investments to taxation? To book your first MoneyTalk session free-of-charge at your office, contact:

MoneyTalk, is an interactive session by MoneyVedam, aimed at creating financial well-being among the corporate class. These talks are focused on helping the well-educated, affluent and most honest tax payers of our nation, make the right investment decision by equipping them with sound financial knowledge on personal money matters.

MoneyTalks @Corporate & @Investor Forums

  1. YouTube [Nanayam Vikatan Channel]
    1. Do this one thing if you like higher returns!
    2. Family Budget – Saving Tips
    3. How to generate Passive income?
    4. How to create your own Pension?
  2. Cognizant Technology Solutions [2019-20]
    1. How to attain Financial Wellness?
    2. How to secure your Financial Future?
    3. Know how to fix your Tax Leaks!
  3. Stratus Technologies [2020]
    1. How to build a movables portfolio?
    2. Is HomeLoan a tax saver or Wealth destroyer?
  4. Star Health Insurance [2020]
    1. How to tide over COVID crisis?
    2. How to do More with LESS for Small business owners?
  5. WEBINAR Nanayam + Aval Vikatan [Women’s XCLUSIVE]
    1. How to move from savings to investment? [Mar’21]
    2. How to plan your family budget? [Sep’20]

Profile of Participants

MoneyTalk is all about investing basics, so it benefits people of all ages. However, it has had the most impact on mid-to-senior level corporate executives in the age group of 35-50. These investors are financially aware but usually constrained by time to do their own research on new products. As financial sector is seeing a rapid growth in India, it helps to understand various products and make the right investments for your future.

More topics in the offing:

  1. Ready to double / treble your returns?
  2. Fixed or Floating rate home loan for me?
  3. How to choose a financial product?
  4. How to compare various financial products?
  5. How to time the entry/exit of investments?
  6. Which is better – Saving or Investing?
  7. Are you Asset Rich & Cash Poor?
  8. How to increase savings when income is constant? Part I & Part II