I have compiled a list of personal finance blogs in India except my own personal finance startup CashOverflow. You can decide how you want to rank CashOverflow, I share travel & money hacks, tips to save & invest money, selecting the best credit cards in India, and help my readers to earn money online in India.
Some of my readers suggested tips to add more value, so I keep updating the list every few months.
I divided the list into five categories now.
- Top Personal Finance Blogs that I follow and learn from.
- Financial Blogs managed by one or two authors (you read from their personal voice)
- Financial Blogs managed by multiple authors
- Financial Blogs by service companies
- Financial Blogs by product companies
You can choose your own favorite blogs and let me know in the comments.
Top 11 Personal Finance Blogs of 2018
Through Jago Investor Manish Chauhan is trying to ‘demystify’ the Financial Planing ethics. He deals with all the fields related to financial planing and why one needs a financial planer.
Safal Niveshak is the brain child of Vishal Khandelwal. The blog consists of stories of successful investor around the world. It also conducts interviews with investors in India. Safal Niveshak also offers e-books and courses related to investing.
3. Basu Nivesh
BasuNivesh is an initiative started with the aim of educating each individual in dealing their financial life, making aware about mis-selling which may come into your life at any time through any means. Basavraj Tonagatti says ‘Ignorance is route cause for all such bad practices.’
4. Apna Plan
Amit is a MBA guy with lot more certification from NSE. His blog Apna Plan gives every information related to best investment options, Mutual Funds, health Insurance, Stocks, FDs & RDs, Loans, Taxes, Retirement Planing, Smart Shopping and Calculators.
5. Money Excel
Raviraj started Money Excel with a view that ‘even urban Indian consumers are less aware about financial products and importance of financial planning’. Money Excel, excels in personal finance, investment, financial planning, insurance, real estate, stock market and other financial products.
ReLakhs is authored by Shrikanth, a Certified Financial Planer. It covers wide array of personal finance topics like insurance, home loans, banking services, mutual funds, tax planning, stock markets,commodities (gold) etc.
7. One Mint
OneMint started out as “Mint” as a name of a computer in the network of computers, owned by a college student Manshu. Later Manshu converted Mint computer into OneMint blog. He writes about personal finance, technology and economics.
Author, Hemant Beniwal is a Certified Financial Planner. TFL offers services in Comprehensive Financial Planning.
Started by Karan Batra in 2009, Chartered Club aims to simplify the complex tax laws in India and make everyone aware of the tax laws and help them manage their taxes better. His blog helps in saving income tax, calculating income tax, filing income tax returns, and online payment of income tax.
P V Subramanyam is a Chartered Accountant. He has trained people in mutual funds, life insurance companies, private sector banks, brokerage houses, and many big companies across India. His blog SubraMoney conducts financial planning workshops within corporate, helping employees save better, invest better, equipping smart people with the tools to get richer.
11. Get Money Rich
Get Money rich contains Loan Calculator, dedicated column for Best Funds, Share Tips, Investment Ideas and articles based on self experience and research.
10 More Personal Finance Blogs in India
I curated the list by spending a lot of time on research. The list is not in any ranking order. I try to provide as accurate information as possible from publicly available information or contacting the founders.
12. Credit Frog
I started an exclusive portal for credit card discussions and reviews. You can check and give me feedback regarding CreditFrog.
13. Fundoo Professor
Very discrete in detailing the Financial analysis and sharing the personal as well as financial news Fundoo Professor is teaching about Abstract Ideas in Finance. You can find Behavioral Economics, Security and Business Analysis and related Case Studies on this blog operated through wordpress.
You may get advice on issues related to income tax for individuals, Mutual Funds, Insurance (Life & General), Estate planning, Investing, Loans and Financial Education.
15. Vipin Khandelwal
Vipin is involved in enabling individuals to lead empowered lives by providing learning and actionable ideas on financial planning, investments and mutual funds. He is an entrepreneur, learner and loves to read and travel. He is also registered with SEBI as an Investment Adviser.
16. Mani Karthik
Mani started his blog out of his hobby and now helping thousands of people through his personal finance knowledge.
17. Money Life
The Moneylife is fortnightly personal finance magazine, a vibrant business and news website. As a non-profit registered trust, Moneylife Foundation promote financial literacy and consumer & investor initiatives.
18. Capital Mind
Capital Mind crunches data and brings you financial insights on markets, economics and stocks market investment. They demystify concepts like repo-rates and balance of payments, and dig deeper into concepts like futures and options. There’s also an annual budget analysis, and a regular RBI policy deep-dive, and is meant for the active investor.
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19. Tax Guru
If you need any help regarding taxation in India, then Tax Guru is the best finance blog available. They publish many posts on daily basis. Most of the contributors are CA, experts from financial firms and finance bloggers.
20. Money Control
Money control is like financial media company where you can read news and they sell subscription based services. They also have an area dedicated to personal finance where experts from all over the India share their advice.
Helps investors in equity research and investment in stock markets.
Let me know your favorite personal finance blog in India that is missing from the list.