Starting Your Own Business

Financial planning to start your own business

 

Entrepreneurial ambition that sets in at a certain stage of a successful career goes hand in hand with sound business planning. A lot of professionals toy with the idea of starting their own business because they feel it is better to make money running their own business than make money for someone else. Earlier a job was considered stable but in the current economic scenario where there is no job security, this argument no longer holds good. Some people prefer to set up their own business purely for the reason that they don’t like working for someone else. However the reason why most people opt for starting their own business is that they are building something for themselves and not for someone else in the long run.

The concentration is on the business idea and the issues involved in running a business. Ideas abound, connections and contacts are strong, extensive brainstorming happens- all to come at a standstill because of the deficiency of funds to see the project through to its logical end, that is, a profit making enterprise. This frustrating situation can be avoided if a little business planning is done taking into account the following:

    • Is your current financial state suitable for you to start a new business?
    • How much time do you have at hand, to make this business successful?
    • How much would you need to run your family for six months without income?


Your personal financial position being good is mandatory as the lack of funds will adversely affect your ability to sustain yourself in business initially and make it successful.

At ArthaYantra, we recommend our customers with entrepreneurial ambitions, to start preparing a fund that would meet family needs, much before they take the plunge. The fund would become a financial pillar for the entrepreneur and allow the individual to concentrate on the business .It is pertinent to note that risk management and mitigation are as important for individuals as they are for companies.

Talk to our financial advisor for further advice and action.
You can use the goal setting feature of ARTHOS to set, prioritize and plan for starting your own business. You can also even keep a track of how your investments are helping you reach your goal using the goal tracker facility under manage section.

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Our name is inspired from the famous historical book Arthashastra, written by the great Indian philosopher Kautilya (also known as Chanakya, c. 350-275 BCE) over 2,000 years ago. In Sanskrit, Artha means wealth and Yantra means an Instrument. Literally translated, ArthaYantra means an Instrument that enables the creation of wealth and all round prosperity. Read More

 

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3rd Floor, Sai Galleria,

Plot No. 742, Road No. 36,

Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, India 500 033 


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2nd Floor, Ayyappa Society,
Madhapur, Hyderabad, India 500 081.
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