Web Sites and Blogs

Web sites and Blogs designed to help you manage your finances and provide you with money saving tips

  • The Consumerist – A collection of blogs to bring you up to date on the latest scams, ripoffs, and hot deals.
  • Financial Literacy for Kids – Kids will learn how they can make and spend money, and maybe how this knowledge will help their adult lives be a bit easier. Includes links to many kid-friendly money sites with games and tutorials.
  • Frugal Dad – Insights on money, career, and coupons
  • Generation X Finance
    Web site dedicated to educating the twenty-to-thirty-year-old set on the economy, insurance, credit, real estate, and related topics.
  • Get Rich Slowly
    J.D. Roth is no financial expert; just an average Joe trying to be smart about money, and writing about it in his financial blog. Updated daily with candid commentary, financial news, personal finance book reviews, and even cheap and easy food recipes, Get Rich Slowly is a pleasure to read.
  • Mighty Bargain Hunter
    A daily updated blog where you’ll find plenty of bargains, news, and tips in categories such as gas and oil, retirement, and debt reduction.
  • Morningstar
    A personal finance Web site with a wealth of information including refinancing, small business, and stock options.
  • The Simple Dollar
    A blog for those of us who need both cents and sense: people fighting debt and bad spending habits while building a financially secure future and still affording a latte or two.
  • WalletPop
    This personal finance site offers 25 categories of information, from banking and debt to food and recalls. Check out the daily blog, written by a team of financial experts. To save money on the items you really need, the Deals section is perfect for finding daily deals and freebies.
  • Young Money
    Written primarily by student journalists, this is a publication for college students and young adults ages 18 to 25, with heaps of articles, ranging in topics from credit and debt to financial aid and entrepreneurship.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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