Ranjan Varma

Money Management Book

How to grow your money tree

An investment in knowledge gives the best returns. Learn how to setup your personal financial system. Understand the financial jargons and how to use the available tools and resources to create a financial plan. The book will help you become a deserving parent who takes care for your children’s future. This will also help in achieving financial freedom as early as possible. The book will get you started on how to take the right financial decisions in your life. The book will help you understand the math & psychology behind money management. You will now buy only the right financial products that you need and understand. Each chapter of the book will enlighten you with critical money concepts (Light), useful tools to manage your money (Camera) and then take real (Action) steps.
  • Ganesh Iyer

    http://ranjanvarma.com/2013/01/book-review-by-ganesh-iyer/

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    Clarifies Personal Finance Concepts

    I have gone through your book and I must say you have done a great job of clarifying personal finance concepts.

    I would think of myself as intermediate to advanced when it comes to managing my money having read multiple blogs and books for a few years. E.g. I manage my finances using moneydance and perfios. So a lot of it while being very sound advice was stuff I was familiar with. My expectation from the book was to be able to do financial planning on my own. And I think that expectation was met.

    I think some of the things I really liked:

    Most of the essential concepts are laid out in a very simple manner thus demystifying personal finance.

    I liked the actions section where you consolidate all actionable learning.

    The use of stories make it an easy read. I was able to finish the book in a few hours!

    There are many things that I practice but this book Provided an integrated view to do financial planning on a DIY basis!

    Some suggestions for improvement :

    I bought the kindle version. Some of the tables and exhibits weren’t visible correctly.

    You could stress upon and market the DIY software. I am not sure if you offer it for free to everyone but I found it a very valuable addition to doing financial planning on my own.

    Ganesh Iyer

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Ranjan Varma

http://rupeemanager.com


Ranjan Varma has over 20 years of work experience in the financial services industry. Ranjan has worked with LIC & LIC Housing Finance in various positions like Branch Manager, Manager Sales, Area Manager, Deputy Regional Manager, etc. Ranjan has experience working in areas like Sales, Marketing, Investments & HR. Ranjan Varma has been interacting on his blog @ http://ranjanvarma.com since 2007, with posts on how to manage money. Ranjan Varma edits a personal finance website and has built products & tools for financial management @ http://rupeemanager.com. Ranjan also delivers training on personal finance. Ranjan has spoken at various seminars/workshops at Corporates and many Educational Institutions. Ranjan believes in Vipassana, a way of self-transformation through self-observation (to see things as they really are). Ranjan also aspires to create new businesses & projects from time to time.

Money Management Book

How to grow your money tree

An investment in knowledge gives the best returns. Learn how to setup your personal financial system. Understand the financial jargons and how to use the available tools and resources to create a financial plan. The book will help you become a deserving parent who takes care for your children’s future. This will also help in achieving financial freedom as early as possible. The book will get you started on how to take the right financial decisions in your life. The book will help you understand the math & psychology behind money management. You will now buy only the right financial products that you need and understand. Each chapter of the book will enlighten you with critical money concepts (Light), useful tools to manage your money (Camera) and then take real (Action) steps.
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