Smart ways to invest and attain early financial freedom

  Worth seeing this Oprah interview with Robert Kawasaki on "How to become rich"

In 1998-99, I came across this book “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki –
I have requests from my ex students who are either married or getting married shortly - the request is to share some best practices of money management post marriage. So here is my list - I am assuming that the couple is living alone.   Best practices in Financial planning If you both are working, then it is logical to have two independent bank accounts for salary and tax purposes. But once the money comes into your salary account – transfer the whole amount into a joint account that can be operated by both of you. Do not keep track of my money vs your money.




In my free time, I scan a lot of content on the internet and that is my way of educating my own self - in 2014, through my blog, I intend to share some of the stuff that, I think, is worth sharing.  So here is the first one that I think you will find useful This is a lovely template to help you define your  2104 goals  - what is great about this template is that it is very actionable  - Take a print o
Year end is a good time to introspect and plan.  At this time of the year, most of us make New Year resolutions.  I am sure one of your New Year resolutions would be to do well financially in the coming year. So here are some thoughts on “How to become a smarter investor in 2014”. Visualise Financial freedom - We all agree that a