• Budgeting, living debt free, managing credit, saving for personal goals, investing, and planning for retirement each play a part in personal finance. Our blogs offer tips, tricks, and best practices offered from a variety of perspectives.

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    Bonsai is the freelancer’s best friend when it comes to getting freelance invoices paid fast and sharing in-depth resources meant to ease your life. You’ll find step by step guides not only for your freelance financials, but for all aspects of a freelance business. Loved, followed, and used by 100,000+ freelance designers, developers, writers, and consultants.
  • Day to Day Finance

    The blog Day to Day Finance provides all kinds of suggestions, tricks, and hacks related to daily finance that can solve day to day money problems. This blog makes boring difficult financial topics interesting and easy to understand. Day to Day Finance presents every possible practical solution to financial issues that are closely connected with our lives.

  • Money Under 3

    Don’t let the name fool you – Money Under 30 has a great information for all of you, no matter how old you are. From loan advice to budgeting tips and a little bit of everything in between, this blog keeps up with regular content to keep you in the know. The most popular categories include credit cards, your credit, debt payoff, investing, home buying, and car buying.

  • Bravias Financial


    Bravias Financial is an independent financial planning firm focused on retirement planning, insurance planning and investment management. On our blog you can read weekly market updates and find countless original articles and weekly videos about a variety of topics relating to the world of finance.

  • My Wealth Solutions

  • Dinks Finance


    Dual Income, No Kids launched in the spring of 2006 and is now part of District Media, LLC. With over 10 million visitors and syndication on Google News, District Media delivers high-quality personal finance news and advice. Our 58 blogs inform, empower, educate and entertain the public — free of charge, with all operating expenses financed by advertising.

  • Dames In Debt

    The Dames in Debt are two, millennial sisters working off their debt from coast to coast. Follow along for advice on how to live large on a small budget and a fresh perspective on life with debt.
  • Everybody Loves Your Money

    Everybody Loves Your Money is part of the District Media, LLC portfolio of blogs. Our objective is to deliver high-quality personal finance news and advice that informs, empowers, educates and entertains the public. We provide this information free of charge through our portfolio of personal finance websites, with all operating expenses paid through advertising.

  • Sage Intacct Blog

    Sage Intacct delivers powerful and deep functionality to transform your finance operation and unleash the true potential of your organization. On their blog, ideas, advice and news from the Sage Intacct community are geared towards CFO’s and financial leaders so the content focuses on high-level best practices to improve businesses.

  • Multimillionaire Road

    A blog including advice about saving, investing, business and financial progression. A reference guide for becoming a multi-millionaire. This is not a get quick rich guide but a get rich slowly scheme. Growing finances carefully and intelligently will be proven the best way to becoming rich.

  • My Trading Buddy

    My Trading Buddy is a free resource portal for all levels of Traders and Investor.  They boast 3 large Blogs for Trading EducationMarkets Analysis, and a Trading Journals Blog.  A fantastic free resource with literally 1000’s of articles and videos to help traders and investors succeed.

  • Clever Dude

    Cash The Checks was founded in 2006 because Edwin – the financial mind behind the blog – never wanted to get a “real job”. He refuses to wake up early, he refuses to commute to work and most importantly he refuses to ever work for someone else.

  • Cash The Checks

    The “Dude” writes about his mistakes in finances and marriage in hopes that you, the reader, can learn just a few nuggets of wisdom and maybe prevent the same mistakes.
  • Personal Finance Advice is a site that aims to bridge the gap between saving money and investing. We are here to offer solid tips that will make sense regardless of your financial situation, that can be applied to just about anyone who is willing to improve their finances.

  • Penny Stock Dream

    Dream is a free stock newsletter service that provides penny stock alerts and reports OTC Market news to the investing public. They provide frequent updates on microcap investments through their penny stock news blog and curate a selection of well-researched stock picks weekly.

  • Housing For Seniors


    Housing for Seniors connects seniors and their families with quality senior living options and the information necessary to make housing decisions. Our extensive directory has thousands of locations in both the United States and Canada. In addition to our directory, we provide scholarly in-depth articles on everything from gardening to transitioning into a retirement community. Additionally, our innovative question and answer section is one of the first of its kind devoted solely to senior housing issues of all kinds.

  • Saving  Advice offers a little bit of everything from financial articles, discussion forums, blogs (you can even create your own), newsletters, calculators and various other financial related tools. You may have seen us in the Washington Post, Budget Living Magazine, The Street, Reddit or even listened to us on the Radio.

  • Budgets Are Sexy

    J. Money has unconventional approach to personal finance and Budgets Are Sexy is a money blog trying to spice things up a bit. He gives regular updates on his net worth changes, along with free tools and templates you can use for your finances, while his main focus is on saving money. They rock out budget planning, retirement, credit cards, 401k, templates & becoming a millionaire.

  • Frugal Rules

    As you can suppose, this blog is about being frugal, but John, the founder of Frugal Rules also has articles on investing, beating debt and utilizing credit cards. This blog has a great variety of writers focusing on how to achieve “freedom through frugality.” They’ll show you how to tackle common setbacks when paying off debt, tax tips, budget tools, investment guides, and more.

  • Monster Piggy Bank

    Glen Stephenson’s goal to show you how he is saving money, and how you can save money too. Learn to save money better with hints and tips from Monster Piggy Bank. He shared his debt progress until 2014 when he became debt-free, and now he shows you how to do the same. You can find articles about budgeting, savings, debt and You never know what topic he’ll write about, so it’s always interesting.

  • The Frugal Toad

    Paul Vachon started Frugal Toad with a mission to provide readers with practical ways to save money and build wealth. His background in finance and teaching provides a unique perspective to topics such as budgeting, college finance, investing, retirement planning, saving money, travel, and more! Paul provides practical advice that readers can use immediately to save money and build wealth.

  • Stefanie O’Connell

    Stefanie O’Connell is a millennial money expert, speaker and author of the book, “The Broke and Beautiful Life.” She primarily focuses on Millennials, but her advice is applicable to anyone who wants to save more and earn more. Her blog is full of story-telling articles about common-sense personal finance. She’s really great at writing engaging articles about money that hold your attention with a good story.

  • Afford Anything

    If you want in-depth discussions on all kinds of finance topics (especially mortgages), then this is your blog. “You can’t afford everything, but you can afford anything,” is blogger Paula’s personal mantra. From the articles to the discussion in the comments, you will probably learn more than you ever cared to know from Paula’s blog and you will also find lot of worthwhile advice even if you’re not interested in buying real estate, from adjusting your mindset to increasing your productivity and earnings.

  • Get Rich Slowly

    Get Rich Slowly is one of the most famous blogs about finance and it has been around since early 80’s. It is named a best blog by Time magazine and most inspiring money blog by Money magazine is devoted to sensible personal finance.It includes the basic tenets of the Get Rich Slowly philosophy and the ideas that fuel every article we post.

  • Debt Roundup

    Grayson from Debt Roundup writes about dumping debt, saving money, making money, investing and practically every other personal finance topic. He started with Debt Roundup after paying off $75,000 in credit card and auto loan debt and he shows you exactly how he did it in his free guide.

  • Modest Money

    With lot of experienced contributors, Modest Money is one of the blogs you should follow. They have great old articles on general personal finance topics, but their new model is also really good and much more specific. If you’re looking for advice on a specific stock, it’s probably here. Don’t miss out on breaking investing news that could make or break your portfolio. And read Modest Money personal finance blog to control your finances.

  • Disease Called Debt

    Hayley managed to pay off $62,000 in debt in less than two years and chronicles her story at Disease Called Debt. Now that she is debt-free, she writes about how she did it, and other money topics like making money, saving, budgeting and life. Hayley features debt success stories occasionally, which are always motivating to read and does Financially Savvy Saturdays, which is a weekly roundup of the best stuff she found on many different topics.

  • Money Done Right

    Money Done Right is a personal finance blog from Logan and Caroline, full-time accountants and part-time bloggers. They are from LA, and their goal is to engage with the readers about doing money right. You can find useful recommendations on earning, saving and growing in order to reach financial independence.


  • iMoney Learning Centre

    Modern millennials in the Philippines need to look no further for a trusted financial comparison website. Besides that, it is also an authoritative resource on personal finance, helping its readers make the most out of their money.

  • The Frugal Entrepreneur   

    The truth is there’s a lot of good content and resources available to small business owners these days, much of it for free or low-cost, but you really have to dig to get at it.  Frugal Entrepreneur hopes to bridge the gap between these resources and the businesses that need them so that business owners can devote those long, frustrating hours of searching towards other, more productive endeavors.

  • The Finance Genie

    The goal of the site is to provide the tools and knowledge to fully understand what is happening and how that impacts your financial wellbeing. We want to help you understand the costs associated with buying a new home, why a rewards credit card can be beneficial or explaining why a 401K can help automate your retirement.

  • MoneyHax

    The website that shows you how to exercise for money and auto-negotiate your cable bill. Find out how headphones can give you more energy. At MoneyHax, you’ll find unique ways to earn, save, and invest money!

  • Luke 1428

    Luke1428 is a faith-based personal finance blog that is all about offering hope to the discouraged and motivating people to make lasting change. Brian believes anyone can succeed as long as they develop a winning plan and stick to it with intense focus and discipline. That’s why he spends a lot of time writing about the day-to-day activities that make personal finance work like budgets, getting out of debt and investing for the future.

  • Buddha Money

    BuddhaMoney prunes the blather all too common among
    the finance and investing media while helping you find balance and be

  • Profinance Blog

    If you like talking about saving money, personal finance, early retirement, getting out of debt, improve credit score and side hustling, you will probably like this personal finance blog. The mission is to help you learn how to make, save, Invest and spend money in a way that would help you reach your financial freedom.

  • MoneyMow

    MoneyMow is a personal finance blog by Carl who blogs about financial independence and early retirement while documenting his journey towards early retirement at the age of 33. During the journey, Carl writes about everything from simple money saving tips to more philosophical subjects in a down-to-earth manner and with a practical take on how his readers can apply his ideas.

  • Ace Cloud Hosting

    Ace Cloud Hosting (ACE) is an application hosting provider. Winner of User Favorite Award by Accountex USA 2016 in application hosting category and Great User Experience Award 2018 by FinancesOnline, ACE offers its hosting services for accounting and business applications.

    Ace Cloud Hosting is an Intuit Authorized Hosting Provider for QuickBooks desktop software and provides a wide range of cloud services including managed hosting, dedicated servers, application (such as – Sage, MS Office, ProSeries, Lacerte, Drake, etc.) hosting among others.
    Ace Cloud Hosting blog offers insights on topics like accounting, construction, cloud technology, and small businesses.
  • Cloudwalk

    Cloudwalks is the most trusted and renowned third-party hosting provider with more than 6 years of experience in the industry. With a team of some top talents from the industry and the most updated technology, they provide a seamless cloud hosting service for software like QuickBooks, Sage, Drake, ProSeries, etc. Providing an economical cloud hosting solution with a fanatical support is their specialty.
  • Financial Best Life

    Financial Best Life is the personal finance destination for people who think “outside the box” when it comes to their money. Instead of simply telling you how to budget, spend, and save – they talk about your dreams; how money can be used as a tool to help you live out your “best life.” Created by Lauren Bowling (formerly of L Bee and the Money Tree), their editor has been blogging about money, life, and everything in between since April 2012.

  • The Reluctant Credit Guy

    The Reluctant Credit Guy is dedicated to helping navigate the sometimes confusing world of personal finance including mortgages, loans, credit, saving and investing.

  • Money Mini Blog

    Money and productivity. Short, sweet and simple.

  • The Divided Guy


    Unconventional Lifestyle & Dividend Growth Strategy
    A former private banker that now lives under his own terms.

  • Stumble Forward

    Stumble Forward is a blog all about help people avoid costly financial mistakes for families and small businesses. Whether you’re looking to save money, pay off debt, invest money, or start your own business Stumble Forward works to provide you the best tips to take your financial life to the next level.

  • Miss Millennia Magazine


    Miss Millennia Magazine gives big sister advice for millennial women on the rise.

  • My Own Advisor


    Mark Seed is one of Canada’s leading personal finance and investing bloggers; the owner, editor and writer behind My Own Advisor. As his own Do-It-Yourself (DIY) financial advisor, he has grown his portfolio from $100,000 to well over $500,000.  Along with his wife their next big financial goal is to own a $1 million investment portfolio for an early retirement.  Follow along with My Own Advisor for free, for insights about his investing journey, to learn from the financial experts he interviews, to participate in free giveaways on his site and much, much more!

  • Whitney Hansen was started after Whitney paid off $30,000 in student debt in 10 months and began writing and teaching other’s how to accelerate their debt payoff plan. It has since evolved to include free workshops, a podcast, and YouTube channel helping millennials with their income and expenses.

  • Money Buffalo

    Money Buffalo shows the amazing benefits of being debt-free and how it can open doors of opportunity that most people never realize exist. Josh draws from his experience of repaying $77,500 of personal debt in five years to inspire his readers to live a financial life they’ve potentially never imagined before

  • Ashe Morgan

    AsheMorgan is a specialized real estate investment and advisory group selectively seeking investment opportunities. Since its foundation 30 years ago, AsheMorgan has navigated through some of the most rewarding and difficult property market cycles – all the time guided by its original principals.

  • Wallet Squirrel

    One of the biggest excuses WHY people haven’t started investing for retirement is “I don’t have any extra money to invest with“. Even those who have saved/budgeted/pinched every penny. Wallet Squirrel aims to DESTROY that reason! They prove monthly that it’s possible to make extra money (on your free time) to start investing today and how to do it.

  • If you’re a freelancer or small business owner, ZipBooks is a great place to learn about managing finances.  From helpful tips on tax planning to data-driven insights on what makes the most well-to-do freelancers and ZipBooks Pros successful, there’s a lot to learn for the current or aspiring entrepreneur.
  • Stocktrades

    Stocktrades is a Canadian investing resource committed
    to teaching us the in’s and outs of the stock market
    and investing in general.


    Personal finance can be a topic that often overwhelms people – Think banking, insurance, saving, investing and just about anything to do with managing money. is changing the way you deal with money! Envisioned as a highly transparent marketplace, empowers consumers to make sound financial decisions by bringing together on one convenient platform all the latest details on more than 3,200 banking, insurance and education products offered by providers in the UAE and Saudi Arabia. That’s not all – Through their blog, they help simplify complicated financial topics and help the users stay up-to-date on the latest personal finance news, trends, and regulations.

  • Toptal

    The Toptal Finance Blog is a hub for in-depth studies and analysis on all facets of finance, ranging from innovative strategies on raising capital to detailed coverage of new finance trends and technologies.
  • MyPF

    Financial education is the single, most powerful driver that makes the most significant difference in our lives. Sadly, financial education is sorely lacking in our schools and homes. We need to invest in ourselves to learn, plan and take action for our financial well-being while avoiding the pitfalls of greed and deceitful gains. The true worth of financial freedom is a life focused not on money but on true freedom in time, wealth, and meaningful relationships. MyPF is an award winning personal finance website dedicated to help you simplify and grow your personal finances.

  • ConnectCPA

    ConnectCPA is a one-stop-shop to set up systems, provide financial guidance, streamline processes and complete compliance work. Our mission is to delight our customers and improve their operations by providing them with visibility over financial performance, saving them time so they can focus on running their business, leveraging technology to help business owners make better and faster business decisions and by providing unique insights to help improve profitability.

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