Anuj Suneja, who just passed out from IIM-Visakhapatnam, is the author of a book called “Casual Finance – A Millennial’s Guide to Personal Finance,” which will be released on Wednesday by Amazon, Flipkart and Kindle.
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Visakhapatnam. Anuj Suneja, who just passed out from IIM-Visakhapatnam, is the author of a book called “Casual Finance – A Millennial’s Guide to Personal Finance,” which will be released on Wednesday by Amazon, Flipkart and Kindle. Mr. Anuj, who passed out with a BA in Applied Psychology from University of Delhi and completed his MBA in Finance from IIM-Visakhapatnam, had written this book during his study in the city.
Speaking to a newspaper on Tuesday, he said that no one talks about money in our country’s education system, no school is teaching about how to manage money, save taxes and how to invest. “While these are all fundamental and indispensable life skills, there is no one place to learn them. So I decided to write a book that serves as a one-stop shop for all the financial needs of millennials and Gen Z, “he said.
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Writing a foreword for the book, Radhakrishnan Pillai, author of ‘Corporate Chanakya‘ and director of the International Institute for Chanakya Leadership Studies (CIILS) at the University of Mumbai, said: “This is a great book for beginners who want to understand the finance basics. It is interesting to note that the world of finance has evolved over generations, but the principles of finance remain the same. In this book, Anuj covers everything you need to know about the world of wealth creation, investing, saving, and planning for retirement. “