Earlier editions of the Carnival of Indian Personal Finance Blogs covered posts from some rookies as well as some champions from the personal finance blogging scene in India. As more and more people use this relatively new medium of expression, we expect this list to grow pretty fast. This fourth edition of the Carnival of Indian Personal Finance Blogs has some new entrants. Have a look.
How do you feel when you’re asked to pay for a service you haven’t used? This is happening with some people in Kashmir where they received their credit bills even without getting the credit card as noted by Varun on his India credit card blog.
Whether you looking to buy a new home or old one, it all depends upon individual need, paying capacity and the condition of house. Renu Yadav from Get Loans Easily, Anywhere, Anytime presents how to get a home within your budget,
Want to save some money for yourself? Tushar Mathur from Everything Finance has listed some easy steps for saving money.
Do you know which is the Best Cash back credit card in India? Tarun Upadhyay from Musings of an Iconoclast has done his research and concludes that Cash back credit card from ABN AMRO is the one that best suits into his scheme of things so far.
Due to rupee appreciation, millions of workers were forced to leave their job especially in the export sector such as textiles, leather goods and gems & jewelers. Professor T T Ram Mohan has raised his concern over the problems rupee appreciation has created for millions of workers here in India on his "The Big Picture" blog.
Permanent account number(PAN) is a must for everyone and if you are looking to apply for one, Rohan Aneja has mentioned some steps one can follow to get a permanent account number on his Grow Money India blog.
A Man From India has listed Top Microfinance companies in India that are able to get a place in the first ever Top 50 Microfinance companies list offered by US Business Magazine.
As usual keep on writing and a very happy new year 2008 to all our readers.