It’s a simple question that all investors, even those with small net worths, must ask themselves when it comes to determining the net worth of their investments.
While the median net worth for India is around Rs 2 crore ($250,000), the median for Indian corporations is around 3.6 crore ($11 million), according to data from data firm Zillow.
The median for corporate services firms is 3.3 crore ($12 million), and the median income for corporates is around 2.7 crore ($5 million).
The data is based on the data from the Indicators of Corporate Finance.
“The reason is that in India, companies have no pension scheme.
If you have a pension, you need to contribute to it.
So, you have to take into account the net assets in case you don’t have enough money to pay the pensions,” said Prabhupada Dasgupta, founder and managing director at the India-based investment advisory firm Wealth Analytics.
But this doesn’t mean that investments can’t be profitable, Dasgupta added.
“In fact, many corporates have reported significant returns from their investments, because their financial performance has improved.”
According to the data, the median of corporate services firm net worth is about Rs 3.5 crore ($10 million).
The median income of corporate service firms is around 4.5 crores ($18 million).