Win a free comprehensive financial plan from Hemant Beniwal

by Manshu on January 16, 2011

in Opinion

Hemant Beniwal is a certified financial planner, and is currently the director of Ark Primary Advisors Pvt. Limited.

He has graciously agreed to sponsor a free comprehensive financial plan (which normally costs Rs. 12,000 – Rs. 15,000), for one lucky OneMint reader, and here’s your chance to get some professional advice on your finances.

The comprehensive financial plan covers the following aspects:

  1. Strengths and Weaknesses
  2. Assumptions
  3. Financial Statements
  4. Emergency Fund
  5. Life Insurance Planning
  6. Health Insurance Planning
  7. Retirement Planning
  8. Goals
  9. Accumulation
  10. Asset Allocation
  11. Investment Strategy
  12. Suggestions and Action Plan
  13. Disclaimer and Disclosures

So, you can see that Hemant covers a pretty broad array of topics, and this is a great chance to get a financial plan done, and get a good financial roadmap done for yourself.

Hemant blogs at The Financial Literates, so you can check out his work there.

Here’s how you can enter the contest:

How to enter this contest?

There are two ways of entering the contest:

1A) Like the Facebook page of OneMint, AND The Financial Literates
OR
1B) Subscribe to the daily email newsletter of OneMint AND weekly email newsletter of The Financial Literates

2) Leave a comment on this post or OneMint’s Facebook page letting me know that you have done so.

Doing one of the above means that you have one entry, and if you do both then you have two entries in the contest, so it makes sense to do both, and if you don’t see value in the newsletters or Facebook updates then you can always unsubscribe later.

I will close the contest at 5 PM IST on 27th January 2011. I will then create a list and select a lucky winner at random and declare the winners on 30th January 2011.

All the best and I will write another post detailing out my reasoning to keep the contest in this manner for those of you who are wondering why this format is different from what I did earlier.

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