IIM-V graduate writes a book on personal finance

Anuj Suneja, who has just passed out from IIM-Visakhapatnam, wrote a book called “Casual Finance – A Millennial’s Guide to Personal Finance” which will be published Wednesday by Amazon, Flipkart and Kindle.

Mr. Anuj, who passed out with a degree in Applied Psychology from Delhi University and did his MBA Finance at IIM-Visakhapatnam, wrote this book while studying in the city.

Speak with The Hindu Here on Tuesday he said that in our country’s education system nobody talks about money, no school teaches about money management, saving taxes and investing. “All of these are basic and essential life skills, but there isn’t a single place to learn them. So I decided to write a book that would serve as a one-stop shop for all of the financial needs of Millennials and Generation Z, ”he said.

Radhakrishnan Pillai, author of Corporate Chanakya and director of the Chanakya International Institute of Leadership Studies (CIILS), University of Mumbai, wrote a preface for the book and said, “It is a great book for beginners who want to understand the basics Finances. It is interesting to note that the financial world has evolved over generations, but the principles of the financial world have remained the same. In this book, Anuj covers everything you need to know about the world of wealth creation, investing, saving and retirement planning. “

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