How I Rebuilt My Finances After a Personal Tragedy

In April 2023, 31-year-old Abhineeth shared his plans for achieving financial independence and buying/constructing a decent house for his family. In his second audit, he shares how he rebuilt his finances after a personal tragedy. About this series:¬†I am grateful to readers for sharing intimate details about their financial lives for the benefit of readers….

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Never Too Late to start: How I became financially savvy at 40

We recently asked Facebook Group Asan Ideas for Wealth members to share their investment journey for our reader story section. Many members were kind enough to send their stories¬† – some already published and some in the pipeline. We received an interesting comment in response and requested the author – Shyamli, to send us an…

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Saving, Investing, and Running Marathons: My 25-year Journey to Financial Independence

In this edition of the reader story¬† we meet a geophysicist who shares his 25-year journey to financial independence that started with recurring deposits. About this series:¬†I am grateful to readers for sharing intimate details about their financial lives for the benefit of readers. Some of the previous editions are linked at the bottom of…

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My MF portfolio is worth six crores in spite of multiple mistakes

In this edition of the reader story, a reader who prefers anonymity explains why, despite making most mistakes in the book, his mutual fund portfolio is worth about six crores today. About this series:¬†I am grateful to readers for sharing intimate details about their financial lives for the benefit of readers. Some of the previous…

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My investment journey: mistakes, 10 years of MF investing and recovery

In this edition of the reader story, Alok shares his money mistakes and recovery while completing ten years of mutual fund investing. About this series:¬†I am grateful to readers for sharing intimate details about their financial lives for the benefit of readers. Some of the previous editions are linked at the bottom of this article….

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My retirement plan to handle the harsh realities of the IT industry

In this edition of the reader story, we meet a 28-year-old who has created an elaborate retirement strategy to navigate the stormy waters of the IT industry. About this series:¬†I am grateful to readers for sharing intimate details about their financial lives for the benefit of readers. Some of the previous editions are linked at…

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From Engineer to Librarian after Financial Independence and Early Retirement (FIRE)

In this edition of the reader story, we meet Sriram discussing his journey from working as an electronic engineer to running a non-profit library after early retirement. About this series:¬†I am grateful to readers for sharing intimate details about their financial lives for the benefit of readers. Some of the previous editions are linked at…

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