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From the Rat Race to Financial Freedom: A common man's journey... Paperback – Import, 1 Aug 2016
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Manoj Arora, an engineer by profession, is a gold medalist from Aligarh Muslim University. Having worked for Fortune 500 organizations across the globe, including IBM, he has also worked for leading Indian companies such as L&T and TCS. An IT professional turned author, he has to his credit multiple bestselling books on Dreams, Money and Happiness. He lives by his life's mission to elevate the world around him.
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The author promises to reveal the planner that he used on his website for free but when tried to use that it said that I am not prime/elite/gold whatever..and there is one time fee of INR 4000 for that portfolio tracker! Another wolf in ...clothing!
The book starts off by helping you understand what money means to you and explains the possibilities that exist when you are financially free. The author then takes you through the basic concepts of investing and technical terms such as Internal rate of return, CAGR, Cost averaging, etc. Next, the author explains the various investment instruments available such as VPF, NPS, Gold, stocks, etc.
Now the important part - the author guides you through wealth protection (e.g. Insurance) and wealth accumulation (e.g. pay yourself first, asset allocation, etc.) Remember capital protection is even more important than capital appreciation. Now the author takes you through an eight step process of creating and managing your financial freedom plan. There are various tools available at the author's website to help you out.
The book is written in a slightly monotonous tone but that is to be expected of a first time author handling this subject where a lot of technical information needs to be shared. The author also sometimes wears his heart on his sleeve and also quotes examples that any reader can relate to.
Definitely worth reading in detail to ensure the concepts are applied. As is often said, Knowledge without application is a burden! So read this book and best wishes to start your journey to Financial Freedom!
I was lucky to get into financial planning early in my career, but that is not the case with most of them. I know people in their forties not even having an insurance plan. This book is definitely a guide for all such people. Better late than never.
Great book. A must read.
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