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Top 20 Financial Blogs To Follow in 2020

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Financial Samurai

Financial Samurai

The founder of Financial Samurai, Sam Dogen, officially retired when he was only 34 years old! So, needless to say, he knows a little about making, saving, and investing money – and he’s willing to share that knowledge with you on his financial blog. Topics covered include everything from how to retire early (and why you might not want to) to guidelines for buying a car and how much you should spend on it.

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Dough Roller

Dough Roller

On the Dough Roller blog you can find great tips on banking, investing, using credit wisely, managing money, and everything in between, courtesy of founder Rob Berger and the site’s team of financial experts. Their reviews of different banks, checking accounts, credit cards, and financial services are especially popular.

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Money Saving Mom

Money Saving Mom

As a wife and mother, Money Saving Mom’s site caters towards making and saving money while raising a family, but even the single or childless folks can benefit from her wealth of advice. And while everyone will enjoy the tips and deals shared by the site’s founder, Crystal Paine, blog owners will especially love her info on starting and building your own business finance blog.

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Cash Cow Couple

Cash Cow Couple

Cash Cow Couple shares the life and financial planning of a married couple, Jacob and Vanessa. These two are dedicated to minimalist living and detail how they’ve spent as little as $1,000 per month during their early years of marriage. This already makes them one of the best frugal living blogs, but the couple also shows how they’ve used their lack of spending to get out of debt, become financially free, and even take exotic vacations.

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The Penny Hoarder

The Penny Hoarder

Contrary to what its name might imply, The Penny Hoarder isn’t just about pinching little copper coins. The site actually has a ton of content on making money as well, whether it’s a side business, a second job, or just an easy way to make some extra cash.

Of course, there are still plenty of articles on saving money, whether it’s smart investment choices or frugal living. Oh, and people love the Penny Hoarder freebies and other deals.

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I Will Teach You to Be Rich

I Will Teach You to Be Rich

Also known as the “Ramit Sethi blog”, I Will Teach You to Be Rich shares a name with Sethi’s best-selling book. Here, you’ll get tons of advice and info straight from one of the most influential and well-known personal finance gurus around.

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Money Ning

Money Ning

Want to take frugal living to the next level? David Ning over at the Money Ning has got just the stuff, from living on just $34.01 a week to budget travel and vacation tips. Of course, the blog covers a lot more than cutting back on expenses, including some great info on investing and money management. Spend less and save more is the name of the game at the Money Ning.

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Budgets Are Sexy

Budgets Are Sexy

As you can probably tell by the name, Budgets Are Sexy does a great job of making personal finance fun. The founder, J. Money, has a lighthearted and engaging writing style that keeps his readers coming back for more. But don’t get us wrong, he’s still got great advice to share on all things personal finance, from developing a side hustle to retiring early, his wit and banter is just an added bonus.

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Mint Blog

Mint Blog

The mission of blog.mint is powering prosperity around the world. No matter one's financial need, mint have a solution that can help the consumer, whether self-employed, or a small business owner.

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Bob Banking Blog

Bob Banking Blog

Bob Banking Blog tailored advice, content and tools ensure safe money investment with good return. The website also provide clarity for all of life's financial decisions.

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A Wealth of Common Sense

A Wealth of Common Sense

Awealthofcommonsense provides detailed investment plans and manages portfolios for institutions and individuals to help them achieve their goals.

12

The Simple Dollar

The Simple Dollar

Founded by Trent Hamm in 2006, Thesimpledollar has been simplifying personal finance for eleven years and counting. It serves around one million visitors per month, and is ranked as a Top Ten Personal Finance Blog on Kiplinger.

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Two Cents

Two Cents

Two Cents is a Lifehacker sub-blog dedicated to personal finance. It provides financial advice regarding personal or educational loans, tax returns, volunteer work and other financial matters.

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Money Crashers

Money Crashers

MoneyCrashers strives to educate individuals in making wise choices about credit and debt, investing, education, real estate, insurance, spending and more.

15

Of Dollars And Data

Of Dollars And Data

Founded by Nick Maggiulli, the ofdollarsanddata website provides valuable insights about personal finance and investing using data analysis.

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You Need a Budget

You Need a Budget

YNAB is driven by a small, steadily growing and passionate team. The website teaches you to gain control of money matters. YNAB, with its ability to change lives, is something really special.

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The Financial Diet

The Financial Diet

Founded by Chelsea Fagan in 2014, TheFinancialDiet is a blog about personal finance and living better. With a wide community of contributors, hundreds of personal stories, and expert testimonies in everything from creating a budget to avoiding $10 office salads.

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Mr. Money Mustache

Mr. Money Mustache

Founded by Peter Adeney, Mrmoneymustache is a personal financial blog in which the author shares the secrets about how one can create a life that is better than your current one.

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Dividend Diplomats

Dividend Diplomats

The Dividend Diplomats are two best friends that are passionate about retiring early. Their blog chronicles their FI/RE journey by investing in dividend growth stocks, living frugally, & other PF hacks.

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Money Under 30

Money Under 30

A website by man who dug himself out of more than $80,000 in debt in just three years. Money Under 30 contains everything one needs to know about money, written by real people who’ve been there.