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A book that helps its readers re-organize their finances better, Jago Investor: Change Your Relation With Money is full of useful tips and strategies on money management and financial planning.
Summary Of The Book
Jago Investor: Change Your Relation with Money is a book that instructs readers on how to keep their personal finances in perfect order. The book aims to eliminate financial illiteracy, as the author believes that most people are very unfamiliar with the concept of money management, as schools and colleges don’t prepare students for the same. As a result, they take decisions that can boomerang and hit them back in the long run. Others get so lost in the myriad financial concepts that come with investing in insurance, mutual funds, or stocks that they simply give up.
The book emphasises on the importance of financial education, and the author writes the book from the perspective of a novice dabbling in investments, rather than a financial expert. He has also tried to steer clear of providing advice on various financial products that are available in the market. Rather, the author, Manish Chauhan, tries to bring about a change in the quality of financial thinking on the part of the reader.
In order to ensure that this is achieved, this 180-page book touches on topics as diverse as the creation of wealth, protecting one’s family against bad financial times, the importance of setting goals, and the dearly-held myths about the business of making money.
One of the highlights of the book is the focus laid on how to use information technology to organize personal finances. The author underlines the importance of managing documentation to prevent clutter and unnecessary confusion. The book has seven chapters, and these are: Burning the Jungle, Get Set Goal, Have You Protected Your Garden?, Bursting Your Myths About Money, Simplifying Your Financial Life, Change Your Relationship With Money, and 10 Things To Do To Make Your Financial Awesome.
The book tellingly makes the point that the financial world is rarely a stable one. Things change overnight, new products come in, old ones get tossed out, and the economy may dictate new financial plans. However, financial principles and strategies that help people keep their personal finances in order never really change.
About Manish Chauhan
Manish Chauhan is a blogger and founder of a financial planning website, www.jagoinvestor.com. Initially started in 2008, it is now one of the most widely read financial blogs in the country. Manish Chauhan earlier had a stint in the corporate world at Yahoo, but now is a financial coach who conducts workshops. He operates from Pune.
|Number of Pages||180 Pages|
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Jul 10, 2014
Knowledge to Cost Ratio very low
Jun 7, 2014
Oct 2, 2013
Value for money
VINOD PRASAD SHUKLA
Apr 13, 2013
An Excellent Book to Start Financial Planning With
Dec 7, 2012
Jagoinvestor..it really changes your relationship with money :)
Feb 3, 2012
Great book for beginners about personal financeAt the end of most chapters he has a quick review section he calls âFlashback Learningâ and more importantly he outlines a 2 hour action plan. The 2 hour action plan is what the book is all about. Quit reading, talking and discussing, instead take some action in regards to your personal finances.
Venkateswara Rao Sanaka
Feb 6, 2012
Deserves the name - Must have book on your personal libraryThanks to Manish for the book making it precise and wealth of information. As the name suggests it wakes up the "Investor" in you. Treat the book as work book in the first reading itself, reading it as novel won't help, even though it may ignite some thought.
Feb 1, 2012
Jago Investor- a must read for a young investorIn this book, Manish uses a simple language to explain personal financial management concepts to the common man. Using simple examples and narratives, he explains complex financial concepts and try to create awareness among public about the importance of personal financial management. In India we would have been thought a lot of things that are not useful in life , but we are not educated enough about personal finance management and we end up doing a lot of mistakes. A must read for people who are starting their career fresh out of college. If I would have read it 6-7 years back when I starte… (Expand)
Feb 12, 2012
Disappointed, more of an Intro to Financial PlanningI was quite disappointed when I put the book down after reading it. Dont get me wrong, its nice book if "You are just beginning investing and want to know the very basics". Since its Manish and after getting so much value from his blogs, I was really disappointed at the depth of this book.
Mar 9, 2012
Wish I had read it before.Why didn't someone tell me these simple principles of saving and investment before? The best part of the book is that it is written by someone who calls himself a Student of Wealth rather than a Guru. And after reading the book I believe its lot better to learn from a Student, than a Guru.
Krishna Kishore Appala
Mar 14, 2012
Start your Financial Planning , start with JagoinvestorIts an Awesome Book which will make you understand the basics of all Financial products. One who wants to start his/her financial planning , first step to do is "Go get it and READ IT".
Mar 13, 2012
Jago Investor: Change your Relation with MoneyThis book is one of the best books in personal finance. The concepts explained in the book are very clear and simple. It also develops thoughts and provokes action. No one can sit quietly after reading this book :) It actually changes our relationship with our money :)
Feb 3, 2012
WHILE YOU GO THROUGH THE BOOK YOUR RELATION WITH MONEY CHANGESReally a different way of approach suggested on personal financial matters.A must read book for the spendthrift younger generation, Indians who are in the 25-35 age group,who earn 50k p.m by 1st of every month and spend by 5th of every month through payment of credit card EMIs.Your view and attitude towards money definitely gets changed.This book will be a hand guide for the people in financial advisory services profession.
Jan 31, 2012
Great Read Must for Every PersonThis book is for Every Young Professional & Investor. Very Practical approach to Understand Financial planning. I had read so many books regarding PF but Its been Great Read. Eye Opening to Me. Thanks Manish Chauhan. Waiting for Next Version.
Mar 29, 2012
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