Committed to Financial Literacy
I made bad decisions about money almost immediately after my first pay-check. Over the years, I put my finances in order and got on the path to become financially independent. That included a plan to retire at 40.
While, I managed to execute my plan and reach the milestones, seeing aged community members struggle financially during their silver years made me wonder what happened to the same people who led a very comfortable lifestyle. This led to a journey of further reading and learning about saving, investing and securing one's future.
I am now determined more than ever to eliminate old-age poverty by sharing my learning (MoneyHow) and enabling everyone to make better financial decisions. I hope you enjoy reading the blogs and get inspired to make your money work for you.
Vision, Mission & Values
Vision: Eliminate Old Age Poverty and Financial difficulty caused due to bad financial decisions, fraud, health issues or death of an earning spouse.
Mission: Share the simple principles of Financial Literacy to people of all ages, enabling them to make the right decisions at the right time and enjoy a comfortable lifestyle throughout their lives, especially in old age.
Values: We commit to be HONEST, TRANSPARENT, SIMPLE and TRUSTWORTHY.