Hello and welcome to Moneyhandle. This is Amol here. Professionally, I’m an engineer but I have been reading about personal finance for many years. My interest sparked in the topic when I came across a book which literally changed my life.
The book is called “Money: Master the game, by Anthony Robbins.” I strongly recommend you to read it, but be patient while as it is quite a thick book with 600+ pages.
Personal finance is one of the most important aspects of our lives. Yet, few really care about it. When they begin to think about their finances, it is already too late. In today’s uncertain atmosphere, where there is no job security and various other factors can hamper our lives, the wise person is prepared to face any storm while the careless is destroyed mercilessly.
Schools teach us how to make money but not how to use it wisely.
Personal wealth management is something which everyone who has an income or expects to earn in the future should care about. Does not matter whether you are an employee or a businessperson.
People tend to leave things for the future because they think that the subject is complex. It can be intimidating at times, but you should learn to overcome the fear and start your financial planning journey so that you can lead a comfortable and tension free life.
Moneyhandle is a personal finance blog for every Indian who wishes to make his financial journey smooth. It does not matter whether you 20 or 40. Better late than never.
You can take charge of your financial health anytime you decide. Concise yet complete knowledge about the different investment options – which you will find on this blog, will empower you to take better decisions and improve your financial health.
You will find the following topics on this blog:
1. Investing options available in India.
2. How to save and grow your money.
3. What is Insurance and why it is essential.
4. Different types of Insurances.
5. How to save money while Investing.
6. Tax Saving.
7. Financial Freedom – A dream concept.
8. Stock Market Investing.
9. Mutual Funds, Index Funds, SIPs.
10. Government schemes like PPF, NPS, etc.
11. Unconventional knowledge and strategies of investing.
and much more.
The fact that you are on this blog itself signifies your desire to become better than you are now. So keep reading and growing.