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5 Money Blogs You Have to Read

Are you having trouble with your finances, or do you just love finding new information on finance? It doesn’t matter if you’re just getting the hang of it, or you are old hand at this, there are numerous financial blogs to whet your appetite.

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Have you got some skin in the game? Are you looking highly technical guides or are personal stories of how bloggers manage their finances more your style? You can get varying perspectives as to how to enhance your finances.

This is a list of our top 50 individual finance blogs of 2019 to help you get your fix.

1. Money Under 30

Contrary to its name, this blog provides financial information for all ages.

You could get information on loans, budgeting tips and lots more from this blog, but more importantly you get current tips. Famous categories are credit cards, your credit, debt settlement, financing advantages, home procurement, and car procurement.

2. Get Rich Slowly

This blog doesn’t offer quick fixes, and is more achievable. You can learn how to grow your money from the ground up. Don’t be fooled by its simple layout, as this blog provides premium content.

Topics here are varying and inclusive, from practical how to’s on investing and easy money earning advice like capitalizing on your next yard sale.

3. Frugalwoods

Frugalwoods is great because it’s got that personal touch. Mr. and Mrs. Frugalwoods are a young couple who document their financial journey, after leaving Boston to reside on a multi-acre plot in rural Vermont.

They record how they grown their wealth through their frugal lifestyle.

4. Oblivious Investor

Oblivious Investor is another personal blog operated by a man looking to get out premium content. Mike Piper documents about the intricate nature of making investments for people who are just new to the game and people who don’t want to put a lot of thought into their portfolios.

He also has a book that lends more depth to personal finance themes.

5. Afford Anything

Paula Pant’s is very invested in teaching people to afford anything, even if they can’t afford everything. Here, you get to learn much about real estate and income properties, as well as personal documentation on her financial journey.

You’re not interested in real estate? You can still learn a lot from her, by changing your financial thinking to improving productivity and finances.