How to invest in Soldivo (Mutual) Fund?

As a newbie investor, we are overwhelm of so many information spreading in the net and we don’t know which one to read and follow. Investing in Mutual Fund – Soldivo Funds made easy. Read below:

What is SOLDIVO FUNDS?

SOLDIVO Funds are investment vehicles of choice for investors who seek diversified, well-managed funds that can fuel the fulfillment of life’s dreams. For investors who are committed to disciplined execution, Soldivo Funds are basic components in an investment portfolio geared for growth.

For as low as P5,000.00 you can already open your Soldivo account(s) and increments of P1,000 thereafter.

  1. The Soldivo Bond Fund – excellent alternative to traditional savings accounts
    2. The Soldivo Strategic Growth Fund – best investment option for long-term capital growth

SOLDIVO has authorized capital stock of P500 million. Kaiser International Healthgroup Inc. set up the fund and holds 80% ownership of it, while Rampver Financials and Insurance Agency Inc. owns the remaining 20% and also act as the investment manager of the SOLDIVO Fund.

Did you know that International Marketing Group (IMG) and Rampver Financials inked partnership to both help Filipino families who wish to attain financial independence? With this partnership, IMG members get exempted for paying a sales load fee of 1% to 3.5% or higher depending on a broker’s discretion. With IMG’s zero percent (0%) sales load, members can fully invest their hard-earned money. Aside from that IMG offers lifetime free seminars on financial literacy including seminars on how to invest in Mutual Fund by Rampver.

If you want to learn more about this attend Free Financial Literacy Class / Financial Coaching in Makati. We also have in Batangas City, Calamba and other. Register here > > > http://bit.ly/RegistrationFormSeminar so we could assist you better.

For working Filipino’s abroad (OFW’s), in far provinces and the like, we offers WEBINAR. You only need to Download Zoom Cloud Meeting in your PC, Android Phones and IOS. Register here >>> http://bit.ly/WebinarInvestmentFinancialSeminar

The following procedure will guide you how to invest in SOLDIVO Funds through RAMPVER Financials.

For INITIAL INVESTMENT, Investor for Individual / Joint Account must accomplished the following:

  1. Client Information Sheet
  2. Subscription Transaction Form
  3. Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA)
  4. FAO form (For Minors), for FAO Account only
  5. Copy of Two (2) Photo Bearing Valid IDs, per investor, with three specimen signatures
  6. NSO Copy of Birth Certificate, for FAO Accounts only
  7. Proof of Payment
    • Check – must payable to the fund of choice
    • Cash – Must be made in RAMPVER Financial’s office

Note: Investors with US Indicia will not be allowed to invest in any SOLDIVO Funds

ADDITIONAL INVESTMENTS:

For Manual Booking, Do the following:

  1. Subscription Transaction Form
  2. Mode of Payment
    • Check – must payable to the fund of choice
    • Cash – Must be made in RAMPVER Financial’s office

Note: All transactions made thru this facility should undergo regular booking procedures

For Automatic Booking (BPI Express Online)

To Enroll SOLDIVO Fund(s):

  1. Go to http://www.bpiexpressonline.com/ and log into your BPI Online account.
  2. In the main menu, select the following: Payments & reloading → Bills Payment → Enroll Other Bills
  3. On the e-form, fill in your BPI account details.
  • Under the ‘Company Name’, select the Fund name:
    • Soldivo Strategic Growth Fund, Inc.
    • Soldivo Bond Fund, Inc.
  • Under ‘Reference Number’ enter your corresponding folio number (e.g. 600xxxxxxx).
  1. Click ‘Submit’.
  2. You will receive a confirmation notice of your enrolment and a copy sent to your registered email address. You may now make your additional investment online.

 

TO MAKE AN ADDITIONAL INVESTMENT:

  1. Go to http://www.bpiexpressonline.com/ and log into your BPI online account.
  2. In the main menu, select the following: Payments & Reloading Bills Payment Pay Bills Today
  3. On the e-form, under ‘Pay’, select the fund name with the corresponding folio number
  • Input the amount to be invested
  • Select which BPI Account to be used for payment
  1. Click ‘Submit’.
  2. A pop up window will appear verifying your investment details, click ‘OK’.
  3. You will receive a confirmation code of your investment thru your registered email address.

OVER-THE-COUNTER

1.Visit any BPI Branch

2.Fill-out a Deposit/Payment Slip. Fill in the following details:

  • Under ‘Account Name/Merchant’s Name’, indicate the fund’s complete name.
  • Under ‘Reference No.’, indicate your folio number (e.g. 600xxxxxxx).

Note: Investments transacted after 12:00NN cut-off period will be booked on the next banking day.

It is highly recommended that you send a copy of the bills payment to your account officer for verification.

For IMG members who have zero percent sales load fee as benefit, accomplished form and payment will be submitted to IMG Makati Office.

Download the form here >>> Soldivo Funds Form

Reference: Inquirier,

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What is investing in Mutual Fund?

What is investing in Mutual Fund really?

Most of us are skeptical when we heard investing in Mutual Fund. Some will tell us that it is scam, pyramiding or networking. I cannot blame them or argue with them, maybe they have no idea about investing in Mutual Fund yet.

Are you? If not, let us learn together.

WHAT IS INVESTING?

Investing as Investopedia defined is the act of committing money or capital to an endeavor (a business, project, real estate, etc.), with the expectation of obtaining an additional income or profit. Investing requires knowledge, purpose, target amount and timeline in order for our investment to grow. Invest in knowledge first by reading valuable books, blogs, video blogs or attend seminar (free or paid). Know the purpose, it may be for retirement, educational funds etc. Let us also take consideration the target Amount and timeline in order for us to succeed and hit our goal.

In choosing investment vehicle, we need to understand whether or not the investment vehicle we chose beats inflation. For example, does the interest of our money deposited in the bank savings account beats inflation? If no, is there any alternative?

Inflation is the price increase of commodities and services over time resulting to decrease in one’s purchasing power. Inflation is a major factor to consider when we are building up our financial future. For example, 100 pesos today will be 97 pesos next year.

Did you know that you can protect your money against the effects of inflation by investing in mutual funds? Investing in mutual funds protects you money against the effect of inflation. Savings accounts in banks are good as it serves emergency funds but certainly there are not enough, for they are susceptible to inflation and can make your money value less over time.

WHAT IS MUTUAL FUND? WHY CHOOSE MUTUAL FUND AS INVESTMENT VEHICLE?

Mutual Fund is money pooled from a certain number of investors or Continue reading “What is investing in Mutual Fund?”

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Why Kaiser 3 in 1 Investment Product?

Bakit nga ba maganda magkaroon ng Kaiser 3 in 1 Investment Product ang bawat miyembro ng Pamilya lalo na yung mga bread winner.
 
Kapag hindi ka na employed at binawi na nung dati mong employer yung shorterm HMO mo, hindi ka magwoworry kung maospital ka.
Kapag hindi mo nagamit ang annual health care coverage mo hindi sya naeexpire unlike short-term health care (HMO) na no refund ang premiums magamit muman or hindi. Sa Kaiser marereceive mo ang guaranteed Long-term care bonus (cash) sa maturity.
May kasama na syang life insurance for income replacement or protection para sa family just in case may nangyari sa policy holder.
Waived na ang payment kung may nangyari sa policy holder, means wala ng babayaran ang family kahit 1 year palang nakakainvest ang policy holder, ma transfer pa ang health care coverage sa beneficiary.
Nakainvest sa mutual fund ang health fund kaya nag-eearn sya ng 10% rate of returns at may variable earning pa depende sa performance ng stock market.
Good as cash sya pagdating ng maturity, So pwede kang mag-withdraw gamit ang iyong visa card. Hanggat may fund ang account mo, patuloy lang ang pag-earn ng 10% rate of returns (compounded) annually.
Covered ka kahit beyond 60 years old ka na, as long as you live at may fund ang iyong acçount!
In case of emergency, pwede magamit as family assistance.
Maari kang magkaroon nito sa halagang P88.23 a day mas mahal pa ang 1pc chic N’ joy na may drinks & fries bes?
 
• Sinu ang pwedeng maka avail nito?
Lahat ng nasa 10-60 years old mayaman man o mahirap
basta healthy ay qualified po for this program?
• If you really love your family at ayaw mong maging burden sa kanila either you die too soon or you live too long.
 
Get Kaiser 3 in 1 ,(Longterm Healthcare, Life Insurance +
Investment) as early as you can, “mas daig ng maagap ang
masipag”
 
Para sa klaro at kumpletong detalye, pm lang sa post na ito about your inquiry. or PM me or at 09152069138 / 09081688375🙂
 
PS: Maari din makakakuha ng Kaiser Senior Care ang isang Senior Citizen na age 61-100 years old.
 
#PayYourselfFirst #GetInsured #ProtectUrFamily
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Credits to Mr. Roberto Prudente for this post!
 
Cheers to you and your Family’s Future!
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Why Invest in your Future?

Take the First Step: Invest in your Future

When we we’re young, depending on the family or environment we grow up with, proper protection like life Insurance, Health Insurance and Investment are not commonly discussed. We are unaware of its benefits – to us and especially to our family.

I was skeptical also about it because of hearsays from relatives and friends. I do have Health Care /Medical especially when I was employed here in the Philippines and abroad, but I’m not aware of its full potential. I realized it sooner when I attended Free Financial Literacy class of IMG in Makati office how you can properly build up strong Financial Foundation.

As an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) myself, I was enlightened by the great information I learned from the class. Most probably, it not all, and by first-hand experience, OFW’s go home without enough savings and sometimes still have recurring debt. I have known some at the age of 60 still working overseas to support his family and extended families. What happened you may asked? Also, remembering this scenario made me think, what my life would be at the age of 60? Am I still working or enjoying the remaining days of my life?

The phenomena of OFW’s going home broke, most probably due to underlying factors:

  1. No Proper or Strong Financial Foundation of both OFW and Family.
    • Without it proper Financial foundation, both OFW and family may opt to overspending that could result of having no savings and worst case scenario, fall into debt.
  2. Change of Life style or habit
    • Admit it or not, we opt to purchase something we don’t have before when we are young like shoes, etc. Sometimes peer pressure is the common culprit and influence of mass media.
  3. Manana habit or Procrastination
    • One of the culprit also is being lazy and having to adapt the habits of “mamaya na, saka na yan pag mas Malaki na sweldo ko”. Believe me if you cannot save small amount now how could you in the future. Hope you could.

Yes! We can take charge of our future by investing in Financial Education and right discipline. It could be hard at first but with dedication and perseverance – goal is achievable. Remember that you and your family’s future is not in the hands of others, but in your hands.

Remember that to attain financial independence you must have discipline, dedication and perseverance. List down your goal and stick with it. Read Books and attend Financial Literacy Class (Free or Paid). Apply the knowledge that you learned from it. Learn how to save and invest the right way.

As for me, I could have retire earlier if I have known how to save and invest the right way earlier. But is not too late to learn. I suggest to keep on learning and attend financial literacy class at IMG and learn the following:

  1. 6 Steps to Financial Security
  2. How to Prepare for your financial future: X-Curve Concept
  3. How Money Works (The Rule of 72)
  4. Prosperity Formula
  5. How to Build Wealth – the safe and correct way
  6. Learn how to beat inflation

Strong Financial Foundation could lead into a better future for you and your family. Don’t procrastinate and start now. Congrats if you already did! You are in the right tract. Share also to your family and friends what you had learn. “Di ba sharing is good”.

Move Forward! Invest in your Future and Take Action!

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The Future – Realization and Its Challenges

The Future – Realization and Its Challenges

In the world where everything seems moving so fast, so as our age. Isn’t it? Someday we will feel all of the sudden that we cannot do the things we usually do. Our body will eventually weaken as we continue to age. Come to think of it – What lies ahead in the future? Are we prepared for the challenging times ahead or are we not? What if we live too long, who will take care of us? What if we die too young who will take care of our family once were gone? Without preparation, whether we like or not most of us will face seemingly challenging life ahead like the following:

  1. Uncertain Labor Market
    • Robotics, automation and powerful software have been developed which causes unemployment.
  2. Low Savings and High Debt
    • Without proper financial knowledge we have to work beyond 65 years of age in order to survive
  3. High Cost of Education
    • Apparently we are experiencing it every year.
  4. Increasing Cost of Living and the like

THE SOLUTION: PREPARATION IS THE KEY – TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR FUTURE

Our future is in our hand – we must take control by educating ourselves in all aspects of personal finance. It is not easy but we must. Know our priority and understand the building blocks of a solid financial foundation like the following:

  1. Increase Cash Flow
    • Proper identification of wants and needs, additional income through online selling and the like
  2. Health Care (Long Term and Short Term Care)
    • Get appropriate health care coverage to ensure proper protection in case of serious sickness or health problem.
  3. Protection/Life Insurance
    • Ensure proper protection in the event of premature death. If this happens, then you have instant money to pay off any responsibilities and liabilities left behind.
  4. Manage and Eliminate Debts
    • Pay more than minimum and reduce your debt sooner. Debt can turn into a disease and could control life and diminish happiness and limit freedom. Getting out of debt maybe one of the hardest thing to do and it takes time and effort. But you must persevere because you can never be truly free until you are debt free. Live within your means.
  5. Emergency Fund
    • Set aside at least 3-6 months’ income to help cope with emergencies and unexpected circumstances like job loss, business not going well, Home or car repairs, illness, disaster, etc.
  6. Investment
    • Save and make long-term investments for retirement and educational needs of your children. Remember to save and invest the right way.

We must consider our healthcare and protection as a priority. For example you get sick, disabled or die suddenly, your savings might not last very long. It is advisable that we get long-term healthcare and life insurance as our investments. Having equipped with strong financial education and foundation is a must to build and secure our financial future.

Proper Financial Education and discipline will take care of us and our family’s future when time arises such as if we live too long or we die too young. This will also prepare ourselves when we retire and not to be dependent on someone else’s income. Invest in our future by acquiring Financial Education, exercise discipline and apply the knowledge you learn.

As Bill Gates once said, “If you were born poor, it is not a mistake; but if you die poor, it is a mistake. Remember that financial education is not just for the wealthy – it’s for everyone.

Credits to “The Secret to Saving & Building Your Future” book.

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