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The 5 Best Blogs to Help You Manage Your Finances

By Vast Bank on 02.25.2020

If you love making money, you should love learning about it too. There are a ton of blogs designed to boost your financial savvy. Whether you’re interested in money management or investing, it never hurts to keep learning how to be smarter with your money. 

The Best Personal Finance Blogs to Help You Manage Your Money 

Related: The 5 Best Podcasts to Help You Manage Your Finances

1. Money After Graduation

Money After Graduation is great for young adults who may be living on their own for the first time — or even those who have been living on their own for a while, but are having trouble knowing how to prioritize their finances. The Money After Graduation blog features articles on relevant topics like budgeting when your income is unpredictable and even a basic intro to the stock market. It also has multiple articles determining the value of paying for different conveniences, such as online dating app memberships or meal delivery services. In addition to the blog content, there are further workshops and e-courses available through the site. 

2. Money Under 30

Don’t be fooled by the name. Money Under 30 is a blog that can be valuable for people of all ages. It covers topics like credit card info, debt repayment, investing, side hustles, student loan debt, and articles walking you through the process of making large purchases like a car or a house. It has articles breaking down more specific questions as well, such as a featured article going over how much you can really earn driving for Uber or Lyft. 

3. The Simple Dollar 

The Simple Dollar is a site with a focus on enabling people to make wise financial decisions through providing well researched content. The homepage currently features resources to help you find the right loan or choose a credit card as well as a direct link to the blog articles. Founder Trent Hamm says that The Simple Dollar’s aim is: “providing well researched, useful content that empowers our readers to make smart financial decisions.”

4. The Dough Roller

The Dough Roller blog has been around since 2007, so it has stood the test of time and now has a full team of writers. It covers all sorts of money topics, beyond the more general banking and credit card info, it also covers more complex topics like mortgage rates, CD rates, and investing. The Dough Roller also has a newsletter and a podcast in addition to the blog. 

5. The Frugal Rules 

The Frugal Rules blog places a strong emphasis on, you guessed it — frugality. With multiple content categories including investment, debt, frugality, and financial products, this blog focuses more on the frugality and money-saving side of things in conjunction with the value that they bring to your life. Meaning, some things may be worth paying for. The blog is currently running some content on inexpensive Christmas gift ideas, but there is lots more to be found.

It’s never too early, or late, to get smarter with your money. Try choosing one resource for the list — see what you learn. The ultimate goal is for you to live more financially informed and inspired. 

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References

  1. Crediful. Top 50 Personal Finance Blogs of 2019. (2019, October 28). Retrieved from https://www.crediful.com/top-personal-finance-blogs/ (accessed 2019, October 30). 
  2. Leamnson, Fred. 25 Best Personal Finance Blogs (Why You Should Read). (2019, May 26). Retrieved from https://moneywithapurpose.com/best-personal-finance-blogs/ (accessed 2019, October 30).

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