‘Financial planning is not just for the billionaires’3 min read . Updated: 30 Jan 2019, 12:19 AM IST
- Karthik Kumar and Harshada Patil feel confident of realising their dreams
- The financial planner made them take a risk tolerance test, and their risk appetite seemed to be on the higher side
Karthik Kumar, manager at a retail firm, started saving when he was just about 22 years old and into his first job back in 2010. He gives the credit for that to his father, who is a tax advocate and also deals with mutual fund investments. “I started saving and investing early, and that too in mutual funds through SIPs, when none of my friends were doing so. That was possible because my father was there to guide me," he says.
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