Three Great Personal Finance Sites You Might Not Know
Here are three personal finance / frugal living websites you might not know about, with three articles (not all recent) that I enjoyed on each.
There are of course a lot of sites out there with good stuff related to frugal living and personal finance, but these three are primarily focused in that area and are also not as widespread as, say, Dave Ramsey’s site. Check them out, and of course if you have some more please drop ‘em into the comments for everyone else.
My favorite part of Wise Bread is the DIY section, but this group of bloggers also have personal finance and career advice.
- Achieve More with Goal Sequencing
- White On! 9 Alternative Uses for Bleach
- 10 Cost-Effective Ways to Make Your Own Bookshelves
One of the authors on this site, Jeffrey Strain, is taking on a challenge to live at minimum wage in the New Year, which is going to be a fun series to watch. This site also has a fairly active forum, which is awesome.
- 10 Ways To Earn Extra Money For Christmas
- The Significance of Income Level
- How Dumping TV Allowed Me to Quit My Job, Create an Online Business and Fund My Retirement Account
There’s a bit of filtration involved in going through this site if you’re looking for more than general advice, but for general introductory concepts and just flat-out becoming more aware of personal finance issues, it’s definitely worth perusing.
- 10 Tips for Shopping at Local Farmers’ Markets
- What Is the Fiscal Cliff – How the U.S. Can Avoid It
- How to Incorporate a Business – Types, Costs & Process
and you must link back if you use it elsewhere.