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NDB Wealth marks Independence Day 2019


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The NDB Wealth Investment team comprising NDB Wealth Vice President Vindhya Jayasekera (extreme right) with Amaya Nagodavithane and Ravinath Weerakoon

 


Expert financial planner NDB Wealth marked Sri Lanka’s 71st Independence Day on 4 February 2019.

“To mark Sri Lanka’s 71st Independence Day, take some very good advice that has withstood the test of time from famed military strategist and author H. John Poole. His famous quote, ‘You Must Learn to Save First and Spend Afterwards’, refers to the common sense notion that carrying debt is costly, and the key to prosperity is avoiding debt. So, a sure fire way to build wealth is to prioritise savings first, and only spend what is left over,” commented NDB Wealth Vice President Vindhya Jayasekera. 

Elaborating further, Jayasekera added, “Independence Day 2019 is the perfect time to take control of your finances and secure your financial independence. NDB Wealth’s team of experts will help you put together a thorough and in-depth plan that not only meets your immediate needs but also prepares you for any further expenses that come your way, ensuring that you enjoy true financial security and independence.” 

A key part of NDB Wealth’s strategy for 2019 is educating consumers about the benefits of financial security, which you can better achieve through NDB Wealth Money Plus, an excellent alternative to traditional, low interest savings accounts. Working hard for you, and offering rates more similar to a fixed deposit, NDB Wealth Money Plus offers a current yield of 11.55% per annum as at 31 January 2019 with the added flexibility to withdraw all of the deposited funds at any time, without a penalty. 

NDB Wealth Money Plus is a great option to build a pool of savings that can be utilised to meet the specialised requirements of kids, women, retirees, and families and/or any other unique group, making it a superior alternative to traditional savings accounts. Further, it is also the ideal account for busy individuals who are too busy to keep track of their finances since income from the account is credited daily, relieving customers of that extra burden. Earnings are tax free to your hands. So, NDB Wealth Money Plus is a great investment that prepares you for any expenses, or emergencies, that may arise in the future, empowering you with real financial independence. It’s time to secure your financial future today itself by visiting www.ndbwealth.com or calling them on 0719 788 788 to speak to one of their relationship managers and set up your Money Plus account. 

Interested parties can also utilise its website to explore other investment opportunities at NDB Wealth that are available to everyone, with the added advantage of accessing NDB Wealth’s exemplary team of financial planners, which can help them plan and put in place a full strategy for financial independence including all the benefits provided by it. 


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