Tailored Financial Advice for Indian Americans Looking to Succeed in a Western Culture
NEW YORK, May 4, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ According to the most recent US Census, Indian Americans are among the most affluent minority communities in the United States. This community is thriving in many areas of our economy, including the hospitality industry, health care, Internet and software services, and small businesses, as well as other professions. These opportunities inevitably require responsible financial management to ensure success now and in the future. Jyotishi seeks to provide the guidance needed to accomplish this in his new book, The Money Talk: Retirement and Estate Planning for Indian Americans (Advantage Media Group 2017).
"For my first book, The Money Talk, I wanted to write specifically for the Indian American community in the United States," says, Jyotishi. "For the last quarter century, I have had the honor and privilege of serving this community in Georgia and surrounding areas, not only for their insurance, investment, financial planning, and employee benefits needs, but also through Khabar, which is the largest print magazine in Georgia, with an estimated readership of about 90,000 readers monthly."
As an immigrant from India who helped his family establish themselves in America, and the founder of Shalin Financial Services, Jyotishi shares a unique perspective on financial planning for a community whose views on money, retirement and legacy planning often differ from the Western approach that is predominantly seen in the market.
The Money Talk offers an effective combination of personal memoir and practical knowledge thousands have benefitted from. Filled with case studies and proven approaches to the most important financial concerns, Jyotishi presents an easy-to-maneuver guide for planning and achieving your financial goals.
The Money Talk is available now at Amazon.com and other online retailers.
"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 RJ's book is to wake you up out of your apathy. It is to assist you in shaping new choices, new directions and new actions."
Mohan Kapur, Executive/Performance Coach and Speaker
About the Author
Rajesh Jyotishi joined the insurance and financial services industry in 1991 with New York Life. With the desire to offer clients the most competitive products, he started his own practice as a sole proprietor within two short years and then formed Shalin Financial Services the following year in 1994. Jyotishi's fundamental objective for the firm is to provide clients with a competitive range of insurance and investment products to best meet their needs. Over the past two decades, Shalin Financial has grown to help thousands of individuals and businesses with insurance, investment services and financial planning, all while staying firmly rooted in this foundational principle. In addition to his role at Shalin Financial, Jyotishi was also founder, President & CEO of Khabar, a popular magazine for the Asian-Indian community of Georgia with a readership of about 97,000. Rajesh also writes for the "Moneywise" section of Khabar, which has been widely received.
Jyotishi is a Registered Representative Dempsey, Lord, Smith, LLC. Member FINRA, SIPC and a registered investment advisor
For Press/Inquiries, please contact: Rajesh Jyotishi, (770) 884-8175, RJ@ShalinFinancial.com
Media Contact: Rajesh Jyotishi, Shalin Financial, (770) 884-8175, RJ@ShalinFinancial.com
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