CFP and SEBI registered investment advisor Manikaran Singal writes book
Book titled “The Art of Being Good With Money” released
Chandigarh: A book “The Art of Being Good With Money” authored by Manikaran Singal, a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and SEBI Registered Investment Advisor, was released at Chandigarh Press Club today by Mr Suresh Kumar Singal, author’s father.
The book is published by TV18 Broadcast Ltd. It is available online on Amazon.in and Flipkart and also at the Capital Book Depot in Sector 17, Chandigarh.
Manikaran Singal said, “Money is considered to be the solution of all the world’s problems. Everyone thinks about money, some obsess over it and some think of it as an unattainable goal. If you have ever pondered on financial goals and spent sleepless nights wondering if you have enough money, then this is the book for you.”
He said, “The book is about your relationship with money. It is about financial planning beyond just numbers. It tells you how to be responsible towards money and give it the respect it deserves. It guides you on how to enjoy and appreciate what you have and strive for what you want. It gives you clarity on your purpose and helps you decide on your goals that you must achieve to gain happiness in life. Your life does not need calculations, but an understanding of what is more important. If you are the one who always searches for the best solution to your money life issues, this book is for you.”
The author is a certified financial planner and a SEBI registered investment advisor. He runs a personal financial planning firm ‘Good Moneying’ (www.goodmoneying.com) in Chandigarh, catering to the clients across the globe by offering customized financial planning solutions and a handholding in their complete financial journey.
In this part-philosophical and part-practical treatise about money, Manikaran takes you through a journey. His goal is not just to teach how to manage money or build monetary assets, but also gives the readers a grounding in the principles of money - how to nurture it and how to ensure that it only remains a part of life and doesn’t take over the waking hours. (March 01, 2020)