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While it’s still 10 days to the month of April, the excitement of venturing into A2Z Challenge this year is already hitting me. The blogger in me had been relatively active in the last few months but still, daily posts for a month seem no less than climbing the Everest for me. Nonetheless, when I got to know about this A2Z Challenge, I found it quite interesting and the next thing my mind said to me was “Challenge Accepted”.


And for those who are unfamiliar with the A2Z Challenge, let me help their curiousity quotient too. A2Z Challenge is a month long blogging challenge in April, wherein the participating bloggers write one post a day, excluding Sundays, making it 26 posts for the month and each successive post links the topic with successive alphabets starting with A on 1st of April.

So coming back to my story, I accepted the challenge basically for the reason that I have been blogging quite randomly on the topics that interested me and this blogfest might be a good time to give some direction to the blog. When I signed up for the challenge, I just checked out with my friends if the posts also need to have a link between each other or if they are to be linked with a particular theme. While few of my friends were sewing the posts in a common thread, I got most of the answer in negative but still to add to my challenge, I chose to have my posts revolving around a particular theme.

And no prizes for guessing it correct, I chose my posts to connect the dots in Personal Finance arena and all the visitors can definitely expect to complete a beginners’ diploma in Personal finance upon reading A2Z of Personal Finance. I had been writing about personal finance and taxes on my blog and had been receiving good reviews and comments both online as well as offline for the content. Through this series, I will also attempt to demystify technical financial jargon so that next time you read some financial or business news, you are not amused over the technical words in it. Also, I plan to steer you through few personal taxation issues which will help you plan your taxes in a much better way.

I certainly hope that the visitors will find A2Z series on Personal Finance quite useful, Check it out for A2Z of Personal Finance, be it about managing your finances, analysing your investments or saving on taxes.


So, stay tuned for A2Z of Personal Finance. And if you have any financial term or issue that pokes you sometimes, feel free to suggest for insights on the same during the A2Z series.

I am staking claim to A2ZChallenge along with Blogchatter community.

17 thoughts on “Curtain Raiser to A2Z Challenge”

    1. Hi Betty. Yes, money management is coming out to be a major challenge these days. Hoping that the challenge helps me as well as my readers too. 🙂

    1. HI Archana. Glad to know that. Stay tuned and hope the posts do help the readers. Some suggestions for the topics? as the list is still open for changes. 🙂

  1. This is fantastic!! I am really looking fwd to these posts cuz (no prizes for guessing) I’m not great at personal finances. This is really offbeat and will do well. All the best!

    1. Hi Maggie. Glad that you liked the theme. Encouraging comments are always good to motivate. 🙂

  2. Well, this is the most unexpected theme I’ve read so far! But this is the beauty of the challenge, especially themed challenge: it’s always surprising 🙂
    Have a fantastic challenge and a productive April!

    The Old Shelter – Jazz Age Jazz

    1. Hi Jazz, Glad that you liked the theme. Yeah, hope to have a fantastic April. 🙂 All the best to you too.

    1. Hi MG. Being the first month of the next financial year, hope my readers get some financial wisdom out of it. 🙂

    1. Prof. Rao, thanks for visiting my site. Personal finance has always been one of the much needed issues for the youth especially, and that made me chose this topic. Hoping that I would be able to throw some good issues through it.
      Keep visiting.

  3. Simar, I know you would be doing something from your field and I have my eyes on this particular blog and I believe this would be useful to all of us. Keep up the good work, boy!

    And yeah that’s a very good header picture on your blog 😉

    1. Hi Richa, I hope I am able to get you up from zero atleast in the field of personal finance.
      Stay tuned. 🙂

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