Top 7 best USA Finance Blogs

Are you looking for a friendly, easy way to learn more about personal finance? We’ve done some of the work for you, scouring the internet and gathering some of the best blogs (and a couple of sites that started off as blogs) on personal finance, all in one place. 

Whether you are wondering how others apply common financial advice to pay off debt or get rich, or you’re just nosey about other people’s financial reports, there is a blog for you. Different blogs have different personalities, so it’s worth looking at several before settling on the ones you find informative, entertaining, and helpful.

1. Making Sense of Cents

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Michelle is a Finance MBA graduate who created a blog to track paying off her student debt, which she did in only seven months. 

She has been living her best life since, traveling full time and blogging about her life on a sailboat and RV.  

Her blog is a motivation to readers to live life on their own terms. 

Plus, you’ll find some great blogging tips. 

2. Miranda Marquit

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With over 15 years of experience as a freelance writer in the finance niche, Miranda has garnered vast knowledge of personal finance, writing craft, and freelancing. 

Her blog is a valuable resource for both inspiring writers, people who define their freedom in the terms of a freelance career, or anyone interested in investing.  

However, her crème de la crème content includes this deeply personal post on ruined credit.  

3. Logical Dollar

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Like many financial bloggers, Anna Barker graduated with debt that got her interested in all things finance. She started the blog to make personal finance information accessible to a wider audience. 

The blog covers budgeting, investing, saving, and making money. 

What makes her blog stand out is that she occasionally writes posts for teens, a group that is frequently left out of money talk.   

4. Lazy Man and Money

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The blog Lazy man is an anonymous journal that has been active since 2006. Besides passive income reports, the blogger shares his experiences with investing, saving, and more. 

What makes his content unique is the consumer protection category on the blog. 

Some products may not have a scam written all over them, but they can hurt one’s finances and sometimes even health. This is where “the lazy man” comes to save the day. 

5. Well Kept Wallet

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Deacon Hayes’ story of how he started the blog will sound familiar: like many other blogs on finance, he wanted to get rid of his debt and document the journey to becoming debt-free.  

The combination of his experience with managing his own finances and his work as a financial planner make his blog a valuable and informative resource on everything personal finance. 

You’ll find out where to get free stuff on your birthday, how much money to keep in your 401k, get passive income ideas, and much more.    

6. Our Next Life

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Tanja and Mark embarked on a journey towards early retirement in 2015. They wanted to leave their stressful careers and retire by the end of 2017. 

Blogging helped them to retire early. It came with accountability, encouragement, and proof. Now their blog dispels myths about early retirement with a day-to-day account of what it is like in practice.    

Following successful early retirement, life presented them with new challenges. Find out which ones they didn’t expect and what they learned one year into early retirement.   

7. Fitnancials

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Fitnancials is a blog started by a Millennial woman who wanted to pay off her debts.

It’s been active since 2013 and it has transformed into more than just a blog: it inspires women worldwide to take control of their finances. 

Find out what you can change by following the budgeting, saving, and making money tips from the blog for a single month.  

We come from different backgrounds and sometimes may not even understand why we spend impulsively, splurge when we cannot afford it, or how to be financially responsible adults. Monetary troubles sneak into every part of our lives and affect our relationships, mental health, and often the overall quality of life. 

Our personal finances include others. Whether we want to collaborate with them, share living expenses, or need their help, personal finance gets most complex when there’s more than one person involved.  

Bloggers’ stories have patterns: most bloggers are either about getting out of debt or retiring early. I’ve been amazed over and over how fast people can get out of debt simply by creating a plan and following it religiously.

There are also a lot of successful blogs whose target audience is women of all ages, reminding us that gender disparities in finance still exist.

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