If your wallet is like an onion, makes you cry every time you open it...you may consider taking some financial advice. There is a plethora of blogs, websites and courses you can find on internet which can help you to put your personal finances in order.
It's apparent though that no information is useful if you do not apply it in your every day life.
I can tell from experience that there will be a huge resistance at first, you have to break it down. You see it's your habits that brought you here and your habits will keep you in the same spot if you don't take control over them.
Below you will find 9 great blogs and websites you can go to for practical advice about your personal finances. You can also check out our E-Books and Courses and pick up the one that suits you most at this given time.
Without any further delay let's dive in...
1. FinancialMentor – With this site, you’ll get access to a wealth of information to help educate you about personal finance. Once you sign up you’ll get a free book, free email course, free audio and more. Plus, there are many articles that you can read too.
Link - https://financialmentor.com/
2. The Budgetnista – Aliche teaches financial empowerment and specializes in teaching financial literacy. She has best sellers, challenges and more. This is a great way to learn more about personal finance from a great teacher.
Link - http://thebudgetnista.com/
3. Budgets are $exy – Learn about how budgeting can ensure your ability to retire and live a good lifestyle. Get free budget templates, learn about different side hustles, and so much more from this interactive website.
4. MoneySavingMom.com – Learn about being frugal, couponing, and menu planning to manage your personal finances better. Crystal Paine has authored books and offers a great place to learn about saving money and budgeting for a family.
Link - http://moneysavingmom.com/
5. Disease Called Debt – If you want to break free from debt, this is a site that will help. You can learn how to pay off debt, save money, make money, build wealth and so much more. This is a great site with excellent advice.
6. The College Investor – If you have student loan debt, you can learn how to get out of it faster and more. You can even do a credit card debt analysis, learn how to maximize your taxes, and learn all about side hustles and building wealth - even as a young person. This site is geared toward Millennials.
7. Free Money Finance – This site looks a little old-fashioned, but it has a lot of great information following the story of the founder. He talks about multiple streams of income, how to make money on side gigs and how to pay off your mortgage fast.
8. Suze Orman – Suze is a famous financial advisor and she offers so many ways that you can get better with your personal finance, from a personal financial security pack, a wills and trusts pack, and so much more.
Link - https://suzeormannow.com/
9. Everything Finance – This blog is a one-stop shop for everything about personal finance including investing, saving, shopping, earning extra money, blogging, parenting, and more. The goal of the site is to provide a lot of content to help you go back to school, learn to make it on one income, pay off debt, and more.
As you can see, there are many blogs and websites that are geared to helping others make the most of their personal finances through shared experiences.
In our next article we’ll talk about awesome apps that will help you manage your personal finance on the go. Don’t miss it.