With the theme “Celebrating Financial Independence”, the special episode in the investor education and awareness series aired on August 13 and asked some crucial questions as to how one can attain financial freedom in today’s day and age. To answer these questions, Outlook Money’s Special Correspondent Vishav was joined by the veterans in the field of personal finance — K.S. Rao, Head - Investor Education and Distribution Development, Aditya Birla Sun Life AMC Limited, Amit Trivedi - Author, Speaker, Trainer, and Blogger, and Kiran Telang - author, Certified Financial Planner and founding member of The Financial Planners’ Guild, India,
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