Today is Valentine's Day. This is the day of love. Yes...February 14th is the day you tell your loved one, how much you love him/her. Wonder why Valentine's Day is celebrated as the day of love? The answer St. Valentine who died around 270 A.D.
The Emperor Claudius II had banned marriages, saying, single men made better soldiers. St. Valentine was a priest who helped Christian couples marry in secret....Believing this rule was unfair. When the Emperor found out, he was thrown in jail and sentenced to death.
You might be tempted to gift your loved one...flowers, chocolates, a freshly baked cake, good clothes, a candlelight dinner, the list is endless....
Why not gift something more permanent to your beloved, on this Valentine's Day. Want to know more on investment planning? We at IndianMoney.com will make it easy for you. Just give us a missed call on 022 6181 6111 to explore our unique Free Advisory Service. IndianMoney.com is not a seller of any financial products. We only provide FREE financial advice / education to ensure that you are not mis-guided while buying any kind of financial products.
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Tempted to make this Valentine's Day different? These are 4 money gifts for your Valentine, which can make him/her remember you, forever.
1. Gift shares to your beloved
A gift of chocolates, flowers, a fresh cake you have baked, all of these are great gifts for your beloved on this Valentine's Day. But...Why not something more permanent?
Gifting your Valentine, Shares, is a really great idea. Does your beloved love ice creams? Then why not shares of a great ice cream Company?
Your beloved will learn the art of investing. Your beloved will enjoy taking part in the growth of that Company, whose products she enjoys using.
Caring for loved ones is a duty you cannot neglect. Why not gift your beloved a secure future? Why not a term life insurance plan? Avail a term life insurance plan and make your beloved the nominee. Even if you are not around, the term life insurance plan, cares for your loved one.
On an untimely demise within the term of this plan, nominees get money to enjoy a decent life. The emotional loss can never be replaced with money, but, at least your loved one enjoys a quality life.
Why not gift your beloved an SIP in a mutual fund this Valentine's Day? Systematic Investment Plan popularly called SIP, allows you to invest small sums of money regularly, say once each day, month or fortnight in a mutual fund.
Teach your beloved the benefits of investing in mutual funds via SIPs. You can invest an amount as small as Rs 500 a month. Continue with SIPs for at least 5-6 years. This is a gift of a lifetime.
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4. Gift something in charity this Valentine's Day
Why not go with your beloved to an orphanage and donate in charity? You could sponsor a child's yearly expenses. There's a pleasure in giving and you enjoy mental satisfaction. Pleasure in giving > Pleasure in receiving.
This is besides the point, but you also enjoy tax exemptions under Section 80G, if you contribute to certain charitable causes. Be Wise, Get Rich.
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