At the very outset, let me tell you that this book, The Money Talk, is not a superficial, candy-floss approach to financial planning. Before you finish the first couple of chapters, they will hit you pretty hard in the gut. You can be the world’s greatest scientist, doctor, or engineer, with an excellent grip on your profession, but your life will be pretty worthless if you haven’t defined your life’s purpose and planned to reach that purpose!
The intent of this book is to wake you up out of your apathy. It is to assist you in shaping new choices, new directions, and new actions. And the Indian American community certainly needs to address this—to view money as a means toward an end rather than an end in itself. They need to define their goal and plan for it, and this book helps you do that with succinct concepts and case studies to open your mind.