Personal Finance Books
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.
PV Subramanyam, a CA by Education and a trainer by Profession has written a wonderful book, named “Retire Rich Invest Rs 40 a day” .The book gives all the calculations in a easy to implement “tabular” format and its easy for anyone to actually implement the learning from the book without diving into the complex calculations this book in hindi language ( Retire Rich Invest Rs 40 A Day ).
Capital gains is one of the five heads of income chargeable to tax. This book shows how you can save tax on your capital gains through an analysis of both the various relevant tax provisions and all the exemptions and deductions you can avail. Ram Niwas Lakhotia is one of India”s top authorities on taxation and practices as an advocate and tax consultant, specializing in practical tax planning and the drafting of trusts and wills.
The book outlines personal financial planning process for both users and intermediary advisors. Human life is a process of continuous change. Therefore, a personal financial planner is required who helps people to deal with various personal financial issues. The book deals with all major areas such as cash flow management, education planning, retirement planning, investment planning, risk management and insurance planning, tax planning, estate planning, and business succession planning in the domain of personal finance planning.