Smart ways to invest and attain early financial freedom


Dear Friends,

As you probably know, the folks at Economic Times Wealth magazine take regular inputs from me and my readers. They are currently working on a story on “Financial planning tips for the new financial year” and they want to feature four types of people (preferably couples).

If your situation matches any of these four profiles and if you want to be featured in this national newspaper, please get in touch with Mr Sanjay Singh of ET Wealth at

If you decide to participate in the story, you will have to undergo a photoshoot (he will send his office photographer if you live in any of the four metros). And you must also be willing to share certain details that he will ask for.

The four profiles that he is looking are:

1. Those who haven’t got a formal financial plan made by a financial planner but are keen to do so.

2. Those who have a financial plan and will visit their financial planner soon to review their plan.

3. Those who made their tax-saving investments in a haphazard way towards the end of this financial year and wish to be more systematic next year.

4. Those who are mired in debt and wish to develop a plan to reduce their debt burden systematically.

So take your call and act – I will share the link of the story when it appears in April.

Author Description

S. G. Raja Sekharan

S. G. Raja Sekharan is a visiting MBA faculty, a mentor to budding entreprenuers, a wealth management consultant, an author of a book on Investing in India and the author of this blog.

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