Last week, we suggested a few economics blogs as resources. This week, we’re turning our focus to blogs that address topics related to personal finance and financial literacy.
Best New Personal Finance Blog: Listen, Money Matters!
Andrew Fiebert and Matt Giovanisci hail from New England, and they have self-proclaimed themselves a personal finance nerd and a reformed debt addict, respectively. Together, they explore money issues and share their research and learning with the purpose of helping others along the same path towards financial freedom and early retirement. They also maintain a podcast.
Best-Kept Secret Personal Finance Blog: Free From Broke
Glen Craig used to live paycheck-to-paycheck, drowning in credit card debt. He turned it around by reigning in spending, taking his job seriously, contributing to his 401(k), and moving back in with his parents to pay off debt. Today, he is a father of four who is building wealth, not debt.
Best Entrepreneurship Blog: My Wife Quit Her Job
Despite his electrical engineering degree from Stanford and her economics degree from US Davis, Steve and Jennifer Chou were in unsatisfying careers tracks until they decided to launch an online business together. They share entrepreneurial lessons on their blog and podcast.
Best Blog for Teens/College Students/Young Adults: TeensGotCents
Eva Baker was just 16 when she started her blog, after being inspired by Dave Ramsey’s interesting and fun approach to planning and budgeting finances. The site is dedicated to other teens who want to be smart financially and features categories such as ShoppingCents, CollegeCents, and a section called MomCents written by a regular contributor from an adult’s perspective. Eva asks, “Why wait to live a centsible life?”
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