Written by Sumeet Iyer
As part one of a Poocho study series, Ka-Ching!, aimed at understanding how Indian youth (18-30 yrs old) currently manage their money, I spoke to young Millennial and GenZ males in India. The interviews focused on understanding their money management practices, views on wealth creation in the short term and long term and who and what influenced their relationship with money. I spoke to Anurag*, a working professional from Durgapur about his money management habits. His views on money, making it and managing it, seemed to have been influenced at an early age by his father’s own views and habits.
- 26 years old
- Living alone
- Personal income: More than INR 20 lakhs