List of All Financial Blogging Experts
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Updated: October, 2016
Afford Anything believes in harnessing money to buy back your life. Our movement believes that life is too short to sit in a cubicle. Master your money, so you can ditch the 9-to-5 and embark on an epic adventure.
Anna blogs about getting out of debt by using the Spending Fast® method, saving money, DIY's, hope, & living awesomely with less! You can get out of debt; let she show you how!
Find budget friendly recipes, simple DIY ideas, and money saving tips to help you save in the new year.
Tonya is an independent girl searching for the good life at the beach while pursuing financial freedom in the sometimes rocky waters of the freelance world.
Budget Blonde is a personal finance blog that teaches you how to spend less and live more!
Budgeting in the Fun Stuff is a personal finance blog that covers spending, savings, and the fun stuff along the way.
by J. Money
A twenty something blogger just trying to make personal finance interesting, baby! It's all about managing that money & enjoying the hell out of it.
ChristianPF is a resource for you to get practical tips, biblical revelation, and wisdom about how to handle your money so you can have more of it!
Holly and Greg are behind Club Trifty blog. Their motto is: “Stop spending. Start living.” If you are ready to change your life, they are ready to help you get there!
Creative Savings gives you a fresh perspective on frugal living, and the kick-in-the-pants you need to start a budget from scratch.
Dear Debt is for dreamers, hustlers, debt fighters, minimalists, and frugal lovin’ adventurers.
by Rob Berger
The Dough Roller is a blog about money. How to make it, give it, save it, and spend it in a way that moves us closer to financial freedom.
This blog is an effort to show her journey from making no money and having no assets to making money but spending recklessly, to finally realizing what is important in life.
Fabulessly Frugal goal is to empower you to save money and live smarter... on less! Sign up here to get daily emails that are rich with ideas featuring Amazon Deals, frugal, financial, and parenting tips, meal planning ideas, freezer meal cooking and more!
A blog for women that want to rock their budget and thus, their life. Learning to be blissful while broke is what it's all about!
Frugal Portland is a place where you can share your opinions and advice freely on all things personal finance related.
Financial Planning and personal finance blog by Jeff Rose, Certified Financial Planner and co-founder of Alliance Investment Planning Group.
Living Well Spending Less is the chronicle of Ruth's adventure of finding the Good Life (on a budget). To her this means a life rich with faith, family, friends, & creativity.
Make Money Your Way offers simple tips to make more money, and talks about investing, real estate, freelancing, starting a side business, improving your career and making money online.
Read Michelle's blog to improve your financial life. Find out how she paid off $40K in student loans and left her day job to pursue my freelancing business.
A Canadian personal finance blog and podcast that focuses on frugal living, saving, budgeting and investing.
Check out Modest Money to follow along as Jeremy turns his financial life around and learn to appreciate living modestly.
Money After Graduation is a financial literacy blog dedicated to helping college students and new graduates pay off student debt, learn to budget, save, and invest in their future.
Money Saving Expert is dedicated to cutting your bills and focused on finding deals, saving cash and campaigning for financial justice.
MoneyMiniBlog is money and productivity blog with information-dense, quick articles on investing, spending, debt reduction, saving, productivity and time management.
MoneyNing is a personal finance blog that helps you learn about carefully saving money, investing, early retirement, mortgages, and stocks.
Michael is a publisher of the financial planning industry blog Nerd's Eye View, including news and commentary on the world of financial planning, and CFP CE credit!
If you want to learn how to make the most of your budget, live with cash, get out of debt and just how to save in general, then you should check out Tracie's blog.
Planting Money Seeds focuses on growing wealth. From ordering your finances, to basic investing, to earning money from home, learn more about using money as a means to reach your life goals.
Gretchen is a personal finance enthusiast with an active and expanding family! She is talking money on a daily basis here and appears to be completely transparent with her finances.
See Debt Run is about making the choice to end this nonsense and take control; To simplify our lives, to live within our means, and to get honest with your relationship towards money.
Squawkfox is a fun blog with a strong focus on consumer smarts. Kerry does the research and use mostly real math and scientific science to prove when something being sold is a bad deal.
Sarah will help you reduce your expenses, increase your income and keep more of your money in your pocket.
Barry L. Ritholtz is the founder of The Big Picture - a leading financial weblog, Generating several million page views per month, it covers investing & trading to macro economics, and everything else in between. Numerous traffic sites rank it as one of the most trafficked markets/economic’s blogs on the web.
Stefanie O’Connell is a financial expert, speaker and author of the recently released book, “The Broke and Beautiful Life.” The Greenwich Times calls her the “Mindy Kaling” of personal finance.
Natalie writes about personal finance and intentional living for young professional women who are just getting started in their adults lives.
The luxury of spending less. A blog about personal finance & living better by Chelsea Fagan.
Trent Hamm started The Simple Dollar in 2006 after going through a complete financial meltdown. Trent decided to throw himself head first into fixing his financial situation and getting out of debt. Today, The Simple Dollar gets around one million visitors per month and is respected as one of the best personal finance sites on the Internet.
A personal finance and lifestyle site from a 20-something's perspective. Marissa will teach you how to pay off all of your consumer debt within thirty six months.