Top Finance Blog

top-finance-blogWhere to Find Top Finance Blog:
Blog URL: http://www.topfinanceblog.com/
Category: Personal Finance, Money, Investing

Top Finance Blog

The Top Finance Blog is working hard to keep the topic of finance interesting.

Top Finance Blog – Why You Should Go

Covering all the latest and greatest news of the day from the world of finance, the Top Finance Blog strives to keep the blog not only informative, but interesting, too. The blog covers a range of topics related to personal money management, investment, and finance. The blog’s aim is to provide up-to-date, insightful information that regular people can use to make meaningful decisions about their personal financial management and financial goals. It covers all the topics of interest and concern, and offers an audio format as well.

Summing Up Top Finance Blog

Top Finance Blog is not just a regurgitation of today’s top headline news; it is a place of thoughtful commentary and information, designed to put you in the know so that you can be a better-informed consumer, personal financial advocate, and money manager.

Go here to check out Top Finance Blog.


Mary Ward
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A Millionaire Mommy With A Mission

Millionaire Mommy Next Door Find Millionaire Mommy Next Door:

http://millionairemommynextdoor.blogspot.com/

Category: Personal Finance, Success

Millionaire Mommy Next Door

Jen, the Millionaire Mommy, is a mom with a mission. Her mission is to give back and help others achieve the level of good-living and contentment that she and her husband, now family, have achieved. Her gift to the world is the vast amounts of practical and real financial information she has amassed on her way to becoming financially free—a millionaire the likes of which could be living right alongside of you.

Millionaire Mommy Next Door – Why You Should Go

“I want to share the story of our journey from minimum wage to financial freedom because I’m at a point where I’d like to give back. The financial industry is rarely focused on women – my intention is to offer a supportive community and a female perspective.”

Jen forged her path to financial and life wellness by educating herself and living well within her means, all the while pursuing the lifestyle that suited her and hers best. On her blog she shares just how this was done and also expands into other posts detailing how you can do it too. It’s a site filled with understandable financial information and advice in a community of support and helpfulness.

Summing Up Millionaire Mommy Next Door

Millionaire Mommy Jen offers a fresh perspective on being financially sound and free to enjoy life absent the stress of money. The blog takes its focus from aligning your spending with the lifestyle you want (whatever that lifestyle is) and away from the notion of keeping up appearances. This is an inspiring blog that offers a complement of good advice, good information, confidence, and support.

Go here to check out Millionaire Mommy Next Door.


Mary Ward
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Beyond Just Being Mom

Beyond MomWhere to Find Beyond Mom:
Blog URL: http://beyondmom.com/
Category: Parenting, Finance

Beyond Mom

Beyond Mom is the place where blogger and corporate/finance writer Jennifer Gniadecki proves that she is multitalented. As if her tagline wasn’t proof enough (“So it turns out I can write AND breed. Will wonders never cease?“) the blog lends plenty to back up her claims. Jennifer proves that being a Mom goes far beyond the child-rearing, yet is never entirely separate from it.

Beyond Mom – Why You Should Go

Beyond Mom is a blog that’s a bit about everything that touches Jenny’s life. There are posts about finance, children, children and finance, personal stories, and MommyBlog Reviews, all informative and all delivered with a touch of humor. And if her blog is not enough, loads of links will help you find anything your heart desires of similar interest. It’s a life and a blog any Mom can relate to—perhaps superficially harried (in the best of ways), but all the while meaningful and productive.

Summing Up Beyond Mom

Beyond Mom is an easy read because of Jennifer Gniadecki’s easy-going, relatable style. Mom or Dad, this is a blog with plenty to offer, and plenty of information that you’ll find useful and interesting.

Go here to check out Beyond Mom.


Mary Ward
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An Experience In Getting Rich Slowly

Get Rich SlowlyWhere to Find Get Rich Slowly:
Blog URL: http://getrichslowly.org/blog/
Category: Personal Finance, Success

Get Rich Slowly

Rather than tell you what you will learn when you visit J.D. Roth‘s award-winning Get Rich Slowly blog, let’s start with what you won’t see.

Get Rich Slowly does not offer

• Get rich quick schemes (guess we shouldn’t be surprised)
• MLM fads
• ‘Hot’ stock tips
• Pitches for products or books (save for the occasional or timely reference to something real J.D. has used)

In the place of all this that isn’t there, J.D. offers “daily information about personal finance and related topics.”

Why? So that readers can find their way through the maze of debt to wealth as J.D. himself has done.

Get Rich Slowly – Why You Should Go

First off, it’s an award-winning blog as I mentioned; but not just one of those graphics trophies that circle the blogosphere, real designation by Money magazine as the “Most Inspiring Money Blog.” That’s something worth bragging about.
Beyond the bragging, though, there is a real blog full of real useful, educational posts dealing with everything related to “sensible personal finance.” And this isn’t theory—it’s tips, tricks, insight, and information that J.D. learned on his way out of $35,000 of debt: “I share stories about debt elimination, saving money, and practical investing. I also post occasional reviews of books, magazines, and software. And, of course, I scour the web for the latest personal finance tools and articles.”
The blog grew out of J.D.’s attempts at remedying his money problems, wherein he learned a crucial fact—there are no fast fixes to big money problems, but there are gradual ones, and “almost anyone can get rich slowly.”

Summing Up Get Rich Slowly

J.D. is quick to tell you that he is not a finance professional. He is a regular guy with regular money problems, looking for a better way, which he found. Since 2006 he has been generous enough to share what he’s learned with those in need, and thus we have this top-notch resource. Read J.D. Roth’s blog for financial inspiration and insight, and proof if you need it, that financial freedom is a real possibility.

Go here to check out Get Rich Slowly.


Mary Ward
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Wealth & Wisdom For The Other 20%

Wealth and WisdomWhere to Find Wealth & Wisdom:
Blog URL: http://blog.wealth-and-wisdom.com/
Category: Personal Development, Wealth

Wealth & Wisdom

Wealth and wisdom go hand in hand; that is the foundation of B Smith’s Wealth & Wisdom blog. Those terms as applied to this blog mean a variety of things—wealth and wisdom are not only financial; they are also personal, emotional, professional, and much more. This is a blog that is aimed at helping you become a personal success in all parts of your life, a truly holistic approach to success and happiness, focused largely on entrepreneurship, but so applicable across the board.

Wealth & Wisdom – Why You Should Go

B. Smith embraces Vilfredo Pareto’s 80/20 principal (whereby 80% of wealth is controlled by 20% of the population) to give readers both focus and perspective; but where others will focus on life in the 80th percentile, Smith encourages you towards bigger success—the real advice that helps you succeed as one of the wealthy, the top 20% of people that produce results. His take is inherently more action-focused, providing the useful advice that it takes to be better than average.

Summing Up Wealth & Wisdom

B. Smith has a firm understanding of what real success is, and recognizes that it goes far beyond financial achievement. His posts and the information provided on his site are thus geared to tackle success through every imaginable avenue, including communication, life balance, finance, wealth, and life lessons. It’s an in-depth look at what it really takes to be a life success, and a valuable resource for anyone who is really serious about living better than the vast majority of the world.

Go here to check out Wealth & Wisdom.


Mary Ward
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Save More, Live Better, Thrifty Mommy

Thrifty MommyWhere to Find Thrifty Mommy:
Blog URL: http://www.thriftymommy.com/
Category: Personal Finance, Budget

Thrifty Mommy

What could you do if you could free up some of your hard-earned cash? Invest? Plan for a bigger and better financial future? Do more of what you want while living contently with less? Travel? Pursue a higher education?

Of course there are innumerable things that we could do with more money. We could pay down debt or just live with less financial stress. The possibilities are truly endless. But in an economy such as that which many of us are living in, coming by a higher income is pretty tough these days. So the possibility of increasing the quality of life can look bleak.

Now enter Thrifty Mommy. Here is a blog, written and edited by two frugal gals, Kelly Saunders and Karen W, whose purpose is to help you live better without breaking the bank. Because as many of already know, there is a lot of waste and clutter going on, and the good deals are out there for those who know how to find them.

Thrifty Mommy – Why You Should Go

The problem is many of us don’t know where to find them. And we lack the patience to even look. For the best thrifty livers this kind of budgetary boost is a whole lifestyle; and it’s not all about saving money, it’s also about living better with less financial stress, and less ‘stuff’ cluttering up our lives. And of course it’s also about buying better and spending less.

Both Kelly and Karen will readily admit to this—the one enjoys her thrifty living because it gives her a thrill to beat the big-guys at their own economic game; the other thrives on being thrifty to support her most favored habits like eating out. Whatever their personal motivation is, these two thrifty Moms offer up lots of great ideas for getting the quality (and just the right amount of quantity) in your life that you want, while saving money for bigger and better things (at a discount, of course). They make the pain that many of us associate with frugality a pleasure and a challenge to embrace, paving the way for more.

Summing Up Thrifty Mommy

As you can see there many motivations that compel people to a thrifty lifestyle. Some come out of necessity and some come out of pure defiance for high prices and over-costed living. Here are two girls that can help in any case. Visit Thrifty Mommy and find out how to finance your lifestyle and fun!

Go here to check out Thrifty Mommy.


Mary Ward
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Can You Master Your Card?

Master your cardWhere to Find Master Your Card:
Blog URL: http://masteryourcard.com/blog/
Category: Personal Finance

Master Your Card

Credit Cards are a major source of frustration for a large percentage of the world’s population. If you know the facts, though, and know how to manage your card, your income, and your debt, a credit card does not have to be an additional source of financial stress and strain.

This is the premise upon which Master Your Card is being built. This young blog, a collaborative effort of four writers – Jonathon, Mike, Melanie, and Rob – all with a range of personal and professional finance experience, aims to help people master their financial lives by understanding credit, debt, the banking and finance industry, and also by giving real ways to utilize credit cards and pay down debt.

Master Your Card – Why You Should Go

As the name indicates, there is a lot to learn here about credit cards and debt management. But there is a lot to learn about personal finance and money management, too. Included in the categories are topics like:

  • Budgeting
  • Credit Cards
  • Credit Rating
  • Debt
  • Frugal Living
  • Myths
  • Personal Finance
  • Psychology

It’s not all work and no play, though; there are funny stories and miscellaneous pieces of interesting information included as well.

The bloggers here work in areas of finance and banking, and also work themselves day to day to improve their own financial pictures. These are real people with real budgets who are trying to do the same as everyone else and get a handle on credit card debt and money management. In addition, they offer interesting perspectives on the different banking establishments and industries, and offer insight few are privy to who do not work in these fields.

Summing Up Master Your Card

The contributors to Master Your Card do not necessarily view credit use as evil. They just understand it to be something that can’t be done with blinders on; they recognize that a credit card can be a useful financial management tool if you understand what you are getting into, so they’ve made it their goal to bring their readers real information and useful advice, blending both daily habits and tips for living within a budget with insider information aimed at clarifying the credit industry and the tactics it employs.

This is a site that you can read daily to gain better financial management and control bit by bit. The information is real and even better it’s understandable. At just four months young Master Your Card promises to be a very reliable and user-friendly way to learn about personal finance and credit management.

Go here to check out Master Your Card.


Mary Ward
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Our Community Power

Our community powerWhere to Find Our Community Power:
Blog URL: http://www.ourcommunitypower.org/blog/
Category: Personal Finance, Credit & Debt Management

Our Community Power

Our Community Power is another community blogging experience, only this blog is more topically focused. Our Community Power (as per the ‘About’ page) is “…a group of friends who want to explore, discover, share and laugh” as they broach the very serious topics of credit and debt management, mortgages, insurance, and more. Together, these friends have compiled some very good, very practical and real-world advice for people interested in improving personal financial control and learning more about financial/identity security in a fast-paced modern environment.

Our Community Power – Why You Should Go

As we’ve said here before, many people struggle with issues of personal finance and debt management. With so many financial products and issues, navigating the waters of personal finance can be extremely confusing and complex, particularly if financial matters are not your strong suit.

Our Community Power works to make financial matters more understandable. Bloggers write on a variety of topics, all very relevant to the average person. The blog covers a wide variety of personal finance topics, including

• Credit
• Debt
• Mortgage
• Personal Finance
• Insurance

Topics are approached from a practical viewpoint, offered by people with either experience or a strong understanding of the matters at hand. Insight is offered as to the responsible use of credit and debt, as well as personal accountability, security, and appropriateness of certain programs under individual circumstances.

One of the best features of Our Community Power is its clean arrangement. Although topics vary among the categories depending on the day and the post, the blog administrators have taken the time to neatly organize old and new post into logical, searchable categories; this navigation can be found on the ‘Arranged Blog Posts’ page so that you can quickly find the topics of most interest to you.

Summing Up Our Community Power

In a complex and changing financial world, every person needs resources to help keep them on and/or ahead of the curve. Our Community Power is such a resource; it’s an excellent blog to follow as you work to improve your personal financial situation and also as you work to continue to maximize financial advantages for you.

Go and check out Our Community Power for yourself.


Sean Rasmussen
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