Here we come again with the eighth edition of the Carnival of Indian Personal Finance Blogs. The earlier editions of the Carnival have so far received a warm response from the blogging community. Suggestions and queries from our readers are always welcome. So let us move ahead with our journey. Here are the earlier editions of the carnival.
Capital requirements of banks have been a major issue in news with the start of this fiscal. The capital adequacy ratio of banks needs to be maintained at 12-13%. TT Ram Mohan discusses the issue in his blog on the platform of Basel talks on bank capital.
Bloggers like Manish Chauhan have been aces in the personal finance blog segment. The retail investor might be financially aware about the on goings in his economy but what many do not bother to look into is the happenings in the International financial domain. Taking this perspective in mind Chauhan brings up a very interesting blog on what is going out in the international market. After all what could actually trigger the next financial crisis?
There has been much turmoil recently regarding the SEBI- IRDA turf. The fight between two regulatory bodies- one called the market watchdog and the other the Insurance regulator over ULIPS has gained quite a momentum. Deepak Shenoy presents his view on the issue and also questions the Government's decision of the two parties moving to court. Let us see what happens when SEBI hits back!
Gulzar this time takes this very sensitive issue in hand and analyzes exhaustively as to which is worse an evil- inflation or unemployment? Inflation is the buzzword today. Everybody these days seems to be talking about inflation. An economic factor- inflation has many effects tailing it. Unemployment is another evil residing in the economy. Furthermore it is associated with inflation in the economic cycle. Which is more deleterious? The story unfolds.
Filing income tax returns is a very crucial activity and also a hassle for many. It is very important for every individual to organize his finances. Vinaya HS understands its need and gives some tips on how to organize your tax returns.
Yet another tax tip comes to us from Gopal Ramanan on the need to mention your PAN in financial transactions. Ramanan explains how important is this number to all tax applicants.
Prof. Jayanth R. Varma has been an eminent blogger. His recent blog deals with IFRS to be followed by financial sector. He questions the directive set by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs on the new road map to be followed by the financial sector. A knowledgeable and intelligent insight into the story unfolds in the blog.