With more than 2,000 personal finance blogs dedicated to money and investing, how do you find your favorites? This Wealthtender directory helps you discover the best personal finance blogs for you. Whether you simply want to get smarter about money or you have a specific need, you’re likely to find what you’re looking for among the personal finance blogs featured on Wealthtender.
When it comes to choosing the personal finance blogs you read, it’s important to determine if you can trust the person or people writing for the blog. Fortunately, most personal finance blogs are owned by honest people who are passionate about helping others improve their financial well-being. But just like hiring any financial professional, even a little bit of research can often help you avoid disappointment and steer you in the right direction to blogs you can trust.
Some of the most popular personal finance blogs that started as one person sharing their own personal life experiences have grown into businesses generating thousands (or even millions) of dollars in revenue from advertisers like credit card companies, banks and online brokerage firms. And even new personal finance blogs often earn income from articles recommending financial products and services to their readers.
Reputable personal finance blogs will fully disclose if they earn money from advertisers to build trust with their readers. It’s also the law. In our opinion, there’s nothing wrong with a blog earning income from advertising, but before you decide to purchase a product or service recommended on a blog, we encourage you to consider the motivations of the author making the recommendation and their rationale for its inclusion.
While we’re speaking of transparency, you should also know that Wealthtender may earn money from personal finance blogs and financial professionals featured on our site. Learn more about how we operate with integrity to earn your trust.
Another factor worth considering when evaluating personal finance blogs is the reputation they’ve established with their readers. Just as many of us now turn to sites like Yelp or TripAdvisor to find the highest rated restaurants or hotels, we designed Wealthtender to help you find the best personal finance blogs based on feedback from their readers.
We encourage blog owners to invite their readers to write a review on their Wealthtender profile page. When readers post reviews on Wealthtender, you’ll learn why they’re a fan and what they like most to help you decide if the blog is right for you.
It’s also important to remember there are many smaller and newer personal finance blogs worth considering that don’t yet have thousands of readers. If you don’t see several ratings yet for a blog, remember they may have just recently launched, are written for a smaller audience or may have only recently joined Wealthtender.
Through their blogs, personal finance blog owners offer education, insights and guidance regarding common money matters, such as overcoming financial challenges, paying off debt, managing money effectively, saving and investing for retirement, or building wealth. Often they write, speak or teach based on their own personal experience, backed up with evidence from other sources and opinions they have formed throughout their lives and careers.
Several personal finance blogs offer articles discussing a broad range of topics while others focus on a subset or particular niche. No matter your income, stage of life or unique interests, with thousands of personal finance blogs to choose from, there are likely several reputable blogs well-suited to your needs.
We created this Wealthtender directory to help you find the personal finance blogs best for you.
This directory includes previews for each of the personal finance blogs featured on Wealthtender, including a short description and their overall star rating based on reader reviews. We display the highest and most rated blogs first and simply scroll or use the search options to view more blogs.
When you find a blog that looks interesting, click anywhere in its description to view the complete profile page for the blog on Wealthtender. You’ll find a more detailed description of the blog, popular topics they cover, reader reviews, social media accounts and more.
If you like what you see, click the link to view their website and sign up for their newsletter which is usually promoted on their homepage. This is a great way to determine if a blog is right for you (and easy to unsubscribe if you decide otherwise).
If you need additional help finding the right personal finance blogs for you or have questions for us, please email email@example.com.
There are many personal finance blogs not yet featured on Wealthtender, so if you can’t find what you’re looking for here, we’ll do our best to help find the right blogs for you by asking our network and others in the industry for their suggestions, too.
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Wealthtender is proud to be part of a growing community of personal finance professionals and educators dedicated to helping people enjoy life more with less money stress. If you own a personal finance blog and are interested in joining our network, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.