Blogs are an effective medium to give expressions to thoughts and are increasingly becoming popular these days. RupeeTimes keeps an eye on the works of some of the most eminent bloggers in the personal finance domain. Carnival of Indian Personal Finance Blogs aims at giving a concise and consolidated idea on these blogs. This is the tenth edition of the carnival. Suggestions and feedback from readers are always welcome on RupeeTimes. Here are the earlier editions of the carnival.
Ranjan Varma is an eminent blogger in the personal finance domain. His recent blog brings up consolidated yet informative updates in the field of personal finance. What is the new ULIP like, Stock investment journey and others make for a good read.
Auto debit facility on credit cards is something many banks are offering these days. The facility may seem lucrative to many but has a set of major pitfalls. Deepak Shenoy puts up an interesting post on the issue in his blog. Let us find out why not to auto Debit on Credit Cards.
Bloggers like Manish Chauhan have been aces in the personal finance segment. This time he comes with a post on the interest rate hike in EPF scheme, thus presenting a detailed insight into Employees Provident Funds, their benefits and also the catches that lie in the scheme. In all it is an informative read especially for the salaried class.
Buying a house is a dream for everyone. First time buyers often find themselves stuck in a million things in their path of arriving at a final decision. Tushar Mathur's post brings three interesting and useful tips for these first timers.