Announcing the Winner Of the April Book Giveaway

by Vinaya HS on April 27, 2012

in Finance

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There were several wonderful responses to the April book giveaway. It’s really heartening to see each one of you recognize the mistakes you’ve made in your personal finance journey and then take corrective actions to set them right. It’s even more heartening to see you share your experiences so that other readers can benefit too. Hence, a BIG thanks from my side to each one of you.

This time around, the computer picked Tushar Jain to be the winner of the April book giveaway of The 4-Hour Work Week: Escape the 9–5, Live Anywhere and Join the New Rich. Congratulations Tushar! I will write to you separately for your mailing address.

Stay tuned for the May book giveaway…




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Tushar April 30, 2012 at 10:45 AM

Hi Vinay
Elated to know that I have won the April Book Giveaway.

Have been a regular reader of your blog for the past 6 months, and this was the first time I had posted something here. Needless to say, I had learnt a lot from your blog and have developed a keen interest in the area of personal finance. Have also read EREbased on the recommendation on your blog and let me say that, it was an eye openor in some aspects. It changed my thinking a lot.

Will be looking forward to hearing from you.

Vinaya HS May 1, 2012 at 2:01 PM

@Tushar –

Thank you. :-)

I’ll look forward to seeing a lot more comments from you. Your experiences/thoughts will certainly be a value-add to other readers.

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