With so much financial information out there, and so many experts publishing money advice around the web, it can be hard to know where you should turn. And while we know you’ll love our upcoming MoneyStrands app and you’ll make it a go-to resource, there are awesome blogs sharing excellent tips – and we don’t want you to miss them! Here are 5 of our favorite personal finance bloggers that are worth checking out:
1. Mr. Money Mustache
This is probably one of the most genuine personal finance management bloggers. His name is Pete and he’s from Canada, but he prefers to describe himself as “a thirtysomething retiree who now writes bout how we can all live a frugal yet Badass life of leisure”. Not all his posts are easily digestible (especially if you’re a new follower), but Mr. Money Mustache shares gems of finance and lifestyle –in an entertaining way!
2. Creative Money
Mindy Crary is the brain and energy behind Creative Money. She is a “Money awesomizer, CFP®, and a resource for small biz owners who want to get clear about their money”. Having the diverse combination of finance and coaching experience, she writes about money success with a creative twist. Remember the “Declare your chief initiative to achieve financial freedom” post? She wrote that masterpiece.
3. Miranda Marquit
If you’re looking for a fresh and smart voice on daily finances, you’ll like Miranda Marquit. She’s a top financial journalist and money expert specializing in long-term financial planning, first-time investing, running a home business, and everything in between. Miranda blogs at Planting Money Seeds, but her work can also be found on many financial websites, including US News, Yahoo Finance, and Huffington Post.
4. 500 hats
Time is money. And nobody understands that better than entrepreneurs and business owners. Dave McClure is the blogger behind 500 Hats, a prominent site that provides an inside view into the world of venture capitalism and angel investing. If you want to keep up with the latest tips on money in entrepreneurship, you need to know this blog.
If there’s an adjective to define CarefulCents, it’s motivational. Carrie Smith is an example of a woman who earns a living without compromising her beliefs. She paid off all her debt in 2012 and quit her full-time job to pursue entrepreneurship and blogging. You’ll read the good, bad, and the ugly parts of what it takes to make money on your terms.
Do you know another favorite financial blog we missed? Share it with us in the comments below!