The importance of Financial knowledge and maintaining financial discipline and hygiene is critical in today’s times.
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I am an IT professional and work on technology, I have met folks & friends from my stream of work who are not very well aware of the money caveats, this happens mainly because we do not understand the nitty-gritty of the taxes, investments, and savings, we solely rely on the salary we earn and usually take financial advice from friends and colleagues for investments.
We fail to understand the importance of financial knowledge till it become very late in life and we find ourselves in situation where we end up depending on our PPF Savings and asking loan from others.
This is my story and financial learning, which I am picking from the books I am reading. I am going to share tips and tricks from the books I read, to help others who are looking for financial freedom.
Financial discipline is important, from the last 5 years I am following financial hygiene and following tips on how to save and invest and am now confident to say I somewhat have achieve financial freedom, still its a long way to go.
The list contains part 1 of the books I am already reading, next set of books soon to follow.
How To Be Your Own Finance Planner in 10 Steps (Master Your Financial Life Book 2) by Manish Chauhan (Kindle Edition)
The Richest Man in Babylon by George S Clason (Kindle Edition)
The Psychology of Moneyby Morgan Housel (Paperback)
The Victory Project: Six Steps to Peak Potential by Saurabh Mukherjea, Anupam Gupta (Hardcover) | Offered by Cloudtail India
Romancing The Balance Sheet-Second Edition by Dr Anil Lamba (Hardcover)
HDFC Bank 2.0 by Tamal Bandyopadhyay (Paperback)
Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits and Other Writings (Wiley Investment Classics) by Philip A. Fisher, Kenneth L. Fisher (Kindle Edition)