The Only 6 Personal Finance Blogs You Will Ever Need

Personal Finance blogs are all around us. What if you could only pick 6 of them to read for the rest of your life?

Why 6? Why not? geez.

This list was hard to narrow down but I’ve managed to do it. I’ve included blogs with different mindsets so you get different points of view. That allows you to open up your mind and actually think. I’ve also included some of their best posts and an easy way for you to get their updates.

Here are the only 6 personal finance blogs you will ever need:

Get Rich Slowly

J.D. Roth has been around a while in the PF blogosphere and is one of the most popular sites, and for good reason. He has great insight and has a wide variety of articles including How to make money.

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I Will Teach You To Be Rich

Ramit Sethi has the ultimate blog on increasing your income. He takes the point of view that cutting back on your spending will have less of an impact than increasing how much money you bring in.

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Consumerism Commentary

Flexo does a great job of sharing his own life experiences to expand your mind. He also has a great podcast that will expand your financial mind.

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Financial Samurai

Sam does a great job of making you have an opinion. He writes a lot of controversial posts that will make you for m an opinion and let him know.

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The Centsible Life

Kelly is a mom blogger, so her posts are family related and has a lot of deals. She offers a family view on personal finance that is second to none.

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Girl With The Red Balloon

It’s like reality TV for personal finance….and it’s a blog instead. Red has great posts about family life that will keep you hooked. Want her opinion? She’ll let you know.

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There you go, that’s all of them. I would have loved to include myself but I write my blog, not read it. But feel free to add me on at the end :)

What personal finance blog can’t you live without?

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