Should an undergraduate student start financial planning?

Jun 15, 2019

I am a 3rd year engineering student. Do you think I should start financial planning? If yes what would it be like since I don't have a job? Is it worth having a financial advisor at this stage? Any good financial habits which I should follow? Suggestions?

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Jun 20, 2019

Its very nice to see Youngsters interested in Financial Planning. 

As of now you don't need an advisor on continuous basis, you can have a one time general consultation for 1 hour or so, if at all you are thinking of investments from your pocket money.

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