Cash Money Life


Want to find free money? Find the best credit card? Uncover the mystery of mortgage rates? It's all here on CashMoneyLife, a place where readers can learn to manage their money better no matter what their personal situation.

FreshBooks – Smart Accounting for Small Businesses & Freelancers
by Miranda Marquit about 2 years ago
Personal Capital Review – Free Online Financial & Portfolio Management
by Ryan Guina about 2 years ago

Free Money Finance


Here's one blogger who maintains that the American dream is alive and well - that it is indeed possible to be well off and happy without winning the lottery or robbing a bank. No voice speaks louder than experience, and that is the voice that we hear through this site. The blogger's paid off all debt, managed their finances and career carefully, and saved and invested their way to a happy, fulfilled life. You can do it, too!

Still Looking for an Email from Me?
by NA about 2 years ago
Do You Want an Email from Me?
by NA about 2 years ago

The Consumerist


Consumerist is serious about helping you make wise consumer decisions. This blog provides insightful articles about shopping, finding travel deals, navigating customer service, avoiding scams, and more. Contributors can share their stories about smart or bad consumer decisions to help other readers.

Snapchat Employee Falls For CEO Email Scam, Reveals Some Employees’ Personal Info
by Ashlee Kieler about 2 years ago
Your Trip To A Disney Park Is Probably Going To Get More Expensive With New “Demand Pricing” System
by Mary Beth Quirk about 2 years ago

Get Rich Slowly


It's truly amazing how this guy, basically a nobody in the world of finance, self-educated himself, worked his way out of debt, and then started this blog to help others. The site now boasts thousands of daily readers and an impressive number of notable mentions by other publications, including Money magazine, which has named this site "The most inspiring money blog." The average reader here is just a normal person, looking for information on managing their finances a little better. And this normal guy knows just how to help. "No get-rich-quick schemes", he warns. But he's help thousands ditch their debt, and chances are, he can help you, too.

The benefits of using credit cards wisely
by William Cowie about 2 years ago
What to do if your employer stops performance reviews
by Richard Barrington about 2 years ago

Wise Bread


Wisebread is truly wise. Most of us are average people with similar money struggles. So go here to figure out how to save money on storage solutions, pay for college without going into debt, make your own cheap cleaning supplies, and more. Live your life "Large on a small budget" as the site puts it.

Best Money Tips: Times to Ignore Traditional Financial Advice
by Amy Lu over 2 years ago
8 Surprising Ways to Pay Off Your Student Loans
by Mikey Rox over 2 years ago

My Open Wallet


Behind every financial analyst of real note lies an enviable portfolio. Or so you may believe; monetary gurus rarely reveal the personal details of their intimate financial accounts. Madame X uses the veil of anonymity to provide liberation in terms of her own financial chronicles. Visitors to her page are privy to the nuances and details of her spending habits, earnings, her budgeting, and also her financial aspirations. Never has a no-name felt so personable and openhanded.

Wallet Woes
by Madame X about 2 years ago
by Madame X over 2 years ago

20 Something Finance


This blog helps young people develop frugal habits in order to provide for their long-term future. It even gets readers in the age bracket to consider retirement needs right now.

401K Loan Overview: Should you Borrow from your 401K?
by G.E. Miller about 2 years ago
Earned Income Tax Credit Basics
by G.E. Miller about 2 years ago

2 Million Blog


This blogger set out on a journey to increase his personal wealth to 2 million. He blogs here about ways to increase your financial independence and generally improve your financial literacy and habits.

January 2016 Net Worth (-$63,181)
by 2million about 2 years ago
December 2015 Net Worth Update (-$15,351)
by 2million about 2 years ago

Money Crashers


Money Crashers has created a community of people trying to take control of their personal finances by making smart money moves and saving up for the future. The bloggers believe that self-control and common-sense are key to financial freedom.

How to Deal With an Elderly Parent’s Remarriage – Resolving Issues
by Michael Lewis almost 4 years ago
10 Cheap & Frugal Celebrities – Lessons You Can Learn About Money
by Jacqueline Curtis almost 4 years ago

Money Ning


David realizes that most individuals have two basic needs: to make more money and save more of it. He desires to help you maximize on these ideas and take them to the next level to achieve financial independence and a truly happy life.

Stop Buying Crap!


The best way to get more cash in the bank immediately is to cease the unnecessary expenditures that are only hurting you.

The Kirk Report


"One pro's view of the stock market" comes in awfully handy when trying to sift the blue chips from the phony imitations.

How To Have More Courage
by The Kirk Report almost 3 years ago
by The Kirk Report almost 3 years ago

The Simple Dollar


Trent Hamm's just yer average Joe. But he has learned to control his financial habits. And as an average guy, he knows that long financial terms can really frustrate people in a hurry. Get the down-home real money advice and tips here, including cheap and simple meals, inspirational success stories, and more.

Loan Money to Family? Sure, If It’s Uncle Sam
by Jon Gorey about 2 years ago
Under Pressure: The Optimal 50 Strategy
by Trent Hamm about 2 years ago

The Sun's Financial Diary


Here's the personal diary of someone who's dug through all the financial information out there to find tips and advice that are most helpful for the average individual. Read reviews, learn how stock trading works, learn what makes a good checking account, or get a free credit score from a safe website.

Direct Stock Purchase Plan (DSPP) Review
by Sun about 4 years ago
Free Credit Report and Credit Monitoring Services
by Sun about 4 years ago



Mint is a great blog with online tools and articles to help you get your finances in order and inform yourself about best practices with money. The blog is run by Mint, a financial management service that allows you to hold all your account information in one place online.

Does It Make Sense to Take a Personal Loan?
by Kali Hawlk about 2 years ago
A Guide: How Much to Spend on Your Valentine
by Mint.com about 2 years ago

The Centsible Life


Blogger Kelly Whalen is a personal finance expert and mother who offers readers advice on budgeting for travel, real estate, and education. Her posts include advice on money saving products and inspiration to live on less.

BIG NEWS! We’re moving!
by Kelly about 2 years ago
Save Money, Buy In Bulk
by Kelly about 2 years ago

Darwin's Finance


It's a dog-eat-dog world out there, only the financially fittest will thrive -- learn how to win here.

Financial Highway


This blog endeavors to provide resources for those wishing to attain economic freedom in their personal lives. Discusses topics such as credit card usage, debt elimination, savings and investing, and consumer protection.

Investing 101: Start Small and Be Consistent
by Miranda over 2 years ago
Do You Feel Prepared for Your Financial Future?
by Miranda over 2 years ago

The Greenest Dollar


Save money and live green at the same time with help from Heather Levin. The advice found here is simple, easy to implement, and fun.

Oblivious Investor


Investment need not be complicated. This blog covers topics that investors need to know about understanding risk, dealing with mortgages and retirement funds, the stock market, and more, all in very simplified terms. It's easy to read and well-organized.

Does Tax-Loss Harvesting Occur within Funds of Funds?
by Mike about 2 years ago
Investing Blog Roundup: “Is the Fed Running Out of Ammo?”
by Mike about 2 years ago

Lazy Man and Money


There are lots of ways that we can all learn to work smarter rather than harder to get ahead. And the Lazy man is all about getting more accomplished in less time. Learn how to put your money to work for you and make more with less work when you apply his tips.

How I Work
by Lazy Man about 2 years ago
Le-Vel Lawsuit Update
by Lazy Man about 2 years ago

Budgets are Money


Readers blush over budgets, get flushed on frugal ideas, and think romantically about thrift here. Recent posts show how even alarm clocks can ring in great savings.

The 100 Things List
by J. Money about 2 years ago
Would You Rather… Cash vs Debt Edition
by J. Money about 2 years ago