Whether you’re single, married or divorced, a full-time mom, working professional or balancing both family and career, we have unique needs as women, including when it comes to managing our money.
Fortunately, there are hundreds of finance blogs written by women and for women that focus on a diverse range of topics to help us become smarter with our money.
This guide features many of the best finance blogs for women so you can decide which blogs are just right for you.
To help you spend less time searching for the best finance blogs for women, Wealthtender prepared this guide so you can more easily find the best blogs for your unique needs.
A growing number of finance blogs for women have a profile page on Wealthtender created by their owners to help you decide if their site is right for you.
Click on a blog preview card below to open its complete profile page on Wealthtender. You’ll find a more detailed description provided by the woman who owns the blog, including when the site launched, specific topics the site covers, 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 subscriber newsletter. This is a great way to decide if their blog is right for you (and easy to unsubscribe if you feel otherwise).
Wealthtender asked several women who own finance blogs to share in their own words why it’s smart for us to become educated and proactive with money matters. Here are a few of our favorites:
“Women have distinct financial hurdles to overcome. It is a long road for women with more trade-offs than men to achieve financial independence. To narrow gender inequalities, women can empower themselves by asserting control over their finances. As a Mom, I share my experience in finance with Alex, my teenage daughter. Like women in general, Alex should have her own financial accounts, make financial decisions, and support herself financially. Women can become financially independent, self-reliant, and confident in all aspects of financial management.”
– Linda Meltzer
“While gender doesn’t inherently prevent us from leading fully realized lives, the obstacles we’ve built up around gender certainly do, and one big obstacle is financial dependence. The truth is that we can never achieve gender equality without the financial literacy to support access and autonomy. That’s where #FinancialFeminism comes in.”
– Tis Leigh
“As a Mom, I have a pretty good idea of what kind of money issues keep us moms up at night. We’re worried! We’re moms, it’s what we do! Mom’s worry about not being able to take care of their family, they worry about scarcity (that’s why we coupon to have fully stocked (sometimes overflowing) pantry! Being able to talk to Moms about their big worries is key to making women & moms feel comfortable, included and heard! They will continue to come and learn with you about money if you hear your audience, validate their fears, and guide them on how to overcome what they are afraid of, because you have been there, done that!”
“Divorce/ breakups happens. It sucks. Unfortunately, being left in the dark about money in a relationship has put too many women in the poor house because they didn’t bother learning how to pay bills, how to budget, or how to manage and multiply their money. Being a single mom is stressful and not for the faint of heart but many women end up divorced and solely responsible for the financial obligations because their ex-partner refuses to pay child support. Financial stress is managed better with financial education and single moms are actually thriving because they made it a priority.”
– Samantha Gregory
One factor worth considering when evaluating finance blogs for women is the reputation they’ve established with their readers. Just as sites like Yelp and TripAdvisor help people find the highest rated restaurants and hotels, Wealthtender can help you learn more about the best blogs for women based on feedback from their readers.
Wealthtender encourages blog owners to invite their readers to leave a review on their 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.
If you don’t see ratings for a blog, remember they may have just recently launched, prefer not to ask readers for reviews, are written for a smaller audience, or only recently joined Wealthtender.
Just below, you’ll find a list of five-star finance blogs for women based on feedback from their readers.
To qualify for the Five-Star award, a blog must have at least four five-star ratings from its readers on Wealthtender and maintain an overall rating of 4.5 stars or higher.
Five-Star Women’s Finance Blogs:
Check back soon! We’ll update this list regularly as blogs qualify for the award.
Top Women’s Finance Blogs include all blogs featured in this guide which were selected by Wealthtender for inclusion based upon the relevance and quality of content available to their readers.
Wealthtender is proud to recognize and celebrate the highly rated and top women’s finance blogs featured in this guide.
Please note that Wealthtender may earn money or receive other benefits from blogs featured on our site and within this guide. Five-star awards are earned based on reader reviews, not compensation to Wealthtender. Learn more about how we operate with integrity to earn your trust by reading our full disclosure policy at wealthtender.com/integrity/.
Need additional help finding the right women’s finance blog for you?
Send an email to email@example.com to let us know what you’re looking for and we’ll get to work! You can also search the Wealthtender Personal Finance Blog Directory to find the best blogs for your individual needs.
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Wealthtender may earn money or receive other benefits from personal finance blogs featured on our site and within this guide. Learn more about how we operate with integrity to earn your trust by reading our full disclosure policy at https://wealthtender.com/integrity/.