These are in no particular order and, if there’s an affiliate relationship, we’ll disclose it up front.
Great Financial Sites to Visit
Nerd Wallet. They’ve been around for a little while, and do some nifty stuff.
Jason Steele is a personal finance writer (and does some other things, too).
Jim Wang founded a site called Bargaineering, and now runs Microblogger.
Patrice Washington heads up RealMoneyAnswers. Cool site!
Beverly Harzog has a site and a book.
Blonde on a Budget takes you through Cait’s journey of personal finance.
Cameron Huddleston is a blogger with Kiplinger’s and writes “Kip Tips”
Carrie’s Careful Cents blog is focused on creative entrepreneurs.
Ellie Kay is America’s Family Financial Expert (R). (That’s a registered trademark!)
Emma Johnson adds DATING to the mix – as WealthySingleMommy.
$5Dinners – okay, not TOTALLY financial planning – but does fit in with what we’re trying to accomplish here…
Grant Baldwin does podcasts with inspiring people who are making a living in a variety of ways.
Smart Passive Income is a site we’ve mentioned before; everyone loves Pat Flynn!
MoneyToolbox.com is the home of the Get Rich Slowly course.
Cash Car Convert – what a great concept…teaching people to pay cash for cars and free themselves from auto debt.
We first heard about Soldier of Finance a year ago…wow, neat story!
Daily Worth has been around for awhile – has more of a female-driven focus, but that’s cool.
Stacking Benjamins says that “Borrowing from a 401(k) is the 2nd worst idea of all-time.” (We agree.)
Savings Angel has been around for almost eight years. Feel free to check ’em out.
Miss Thrifty is a popular UK Blog.
Anyone who calls themselves a “debt slayer” is worth a look. The Censtible Life.
Did you really FORGET about MSN Money?
Bankrate Insurance has been around for awhile. [DISCLOSURE: We have an affiliate relationship with another Bankrate company, Card Synergy.]
See the latest on finances for 20-somethings over at YoungFinances.
If you’re into semi-extreme couponing, and general money-saving, see this blog: I am that lady.
A couple years back, Dave was part of the launch team at New Frugality – and still is a part-owner of the site.
WiseBread is another cool site that has been around a little while.
We mentioned the folks at BadCredit.org before…take a look at their site to see what’s up.
Consumerism Commentary has been at it since 2003.
A long-time player in the credit card space is CreditCards.com.
A fun site in the saving and smart spending world is Mike and Lauren.
Afford Anything can help you “Master your money, ditch the cubicle.” Cool, eh?
Doughroller.net is another site that can help you navigate through your finances…
Time to “LiveWellSpendingLess” <- great name for a blog!
Love this one, too: FrugalBeautiful.
Cool cartoons, and tips, at The Empowered Dollar.
Wired Advisor is NOT for everyone – but it’s a great concept for financial professionals to check out.
How’s this for an idea: MyWifeQuitHerJob.
ClearPoint is a not-for profit credit counseling service.
We’ve seen FinancialMentor around for quite awhile – smart guy, great tools.
Unique, country-specific perspective over at the Canadian Finance Blog.
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