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Saturday, February 2, 2008

ACME Financial Services (IFA)

ACME Financial Services - Independent Financial Advisors
Sub: Consultancy for Financial Planning
What Is Financial Planning? FINANCIAL PLANNING is a long life process that assists you, your business and your family in taking control of your financial future. By setting financial goals, developing strategies, and monitoring the progress on a regular basis, the probability of achieving positive results is greatly increased.
Need of a Financial Advisor
  • Everyone with substantial assets, needs sound financial advice
  • Sound financial planning, particularly in personal financing, to safeguard the wealth
  • The greater the wealth more complex the affairs, the more it needs guidance
Financial Planning covers the following areas:
1. Investment 2. Mutual Funds 3. Wealth Management 4. Building Capital 5. Children Education6. Retirement 7. Estate Planning 8. Financial Independence 9. Employee's Benefits 10. Protection
ACME Financial Services is one of the independent consulting firms dedicated in financial planning, and management consultations to individuals, companies and corporate sector. ACMEFS offers you value-added guidance on a wide variety of financial issues that improves your present and future plans also.
At ACME Financial Services, we diligently understand the situation. That's why we provide a free, no obligation and impartial financial planning consultation. We will look into your situation in its totality and advise you accordingly. We do not want to just sell clients mutual bonds or investments funds etc., we want to help in planning finances and managing wealth. To achieve the goal, we have to know what your current situation is and how everything fits together.If you are interested in financial planning, call us +92 321 2797881 without any hesitation.
Shabbeer Hussain
Chief Consultant
ACME Financial Services
Independent Financial Advisors
Ph: 021 7095238, 8695075-6, 8358269
Mobile: 0321 2797881, 0322 3557534

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