The Money Talk:

Retirement & Estate Planning for Indian Americans
Narrated by: Rajesh Jyotishi
Length: 4 hrs and 55 mins
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An Indian American's guide to savvy investment strategies.

Your family's heritage of beginning anew in a foreign country is a bold move to take pride in, and indeed a legacy you want to continue by investing wisely.

As an Indian American in the US, you may often face challenges pertaining to how to exist in "modern" society, while adhering to what may feel like "old-world," or traditional principles, and values. You yearn to exist in both worlds while remaining financially savvy, enjoying a comfortable lifestyle, protecting your family, and investing in their future.

Such beginnings were Rajesh Jyotishi's, a 25 year veteran of the financial-services industry. And now, in The Money Talk, he has compiled some of the most important lessons to accumulate, protect, and transfer your wealth, in the most efficient way, while avoiding enormous risks.

©2017 Rajesh Jyotishi (P)2017 Rajesh Jyotishi

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most humble man

I have been reading Rajesh's book and we were able to get into direct contact with him for some advice on a specific situation me and my wife are in. He is the most humble person and gives his honest opinion. The man definitely knows his stuff, doesnt try to sell you on some random stuff or judge you in anyway. This book though I havent finished it yet is exactly the same. Its honest, from a good place, and gives balanced intellegent advice. Money is just a tool btw. Thank you Rajesh.

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