Bemoneyaware focuses writes about money topics in simple terms such as filing income tax form, about EPF, PPF, Credit debt, loan, Investing in Mutual Funds, Stocks etc. As we are not from a financial background we write in a simple language, with pictures and images where appropriate, giving appropriate links so that you understand the topic. Thanks to our readers Our blog is among the top 10 personal finance blogs of India. We have written book for young adults or teens.
We would not allow a student to get in the driver’s seat of a car without requiring driver’s education, and yet we allow our citizens to enter the complex financial world without any financial education
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Since 26 Mar 2011, bemoneyaware is working to simplify, remove the jargon, explain the concepts related to money that ordinary Indian faces, to make them money aware as Awareness Empowers.
If you have some questions, queries, the feedback you can
- send email to:email@example.com
Our Social Media Channels
- Twitter (@bemoneyaware.com): 2907 followers
- Facebook : 1098 followers
- YouTube : 506 followers
- Pinterest: 76.2k monthly viewers
- Instagram: 60 posts, 20 followers
On 4 Jan 2020, our details are
The number of articles written: 1200+
- Alexa Traffic Rank: 64,182
- Alexa Traffic Rank in IN: 5811
- Google Page Views: 6000-15000 daily.
On Apr 2015 our details:
- Number of Articles:470+
- Alexa Traffic Rank: 44,409
- Alexa Traffic Rank in IN:4,555
On Mar 2014 our details:
- Number of Articles :340+
- Alexa Traffic Rank: 138,062
- India Flag Traffic Rank in IN: 12,045
As on Jul 2013 our details are :
- Number of Articles : 270+
- Alexa Traffic Rank: 282,843
- India Flag Traffic Rank in IN: 34,315
People behind the Blog
The blog is mostly handled by Kirti, Shoobha, Sona, Ritu, all women. We are not financial experts or even related to the financial stream.
We have been published in magazines like Femina, Outlook money. Details of the article published in Femina can be found here.
Article in OutlookMoney in 2012 is shown below:
If you don’t teach your kids how to manage money, somebody else will. Is that a risk you want to take? Teach your kids how to handle money now, and they won’t end up with money regrets later on in life. You can give them the head start you wish you’d had.
Money Awareness workshops
We also take workshops, on making Young Adults, Women, Corporates aware of money.
We have successfully conducted workshops for kids in schools of Bangalore such as NPS(HSR Layout), Primus.
If in Bangalore and interested for group of 10 kids you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
An uneducated individual armed with a credit card and access to a mortgage can be just as dangerous to themselves and their community as a person with no training who is given a car to drive.