BQPortfolio speaks to citizens from across India about their financial goals and helps them access expert advice on how to achieve them.
Start small, start somewhere—young entrepreneurs now dream to set up the next startup unicorn. There is immense potential, but one step at a time. What’s standing in their way isn’t ability or desire, but capital.
Bengaluru resident Hardev Singh Rajpoot understands this and wants to chalk out a plan accordingly. He’s set himself a goal of saving Rs 2 crore by 2033. He will be 43 by then and financially independent as well. Rajpoot expects to bootstrap his startup only then.
The young IT professional is doing quite well for himself, too, and is altruistic. He also has a dedicated investment plan to educate children in rural India. On BloombergQuint’s special show, Portfolio, Kartik Jhaveri, director at Transcend Consulting, helps Rajpoot plan his savings and investments.