The Top 50 Get Out of Debt Blogs To Watch in 2010

Top 50 Get Out Of Debt Blogs 2010
The Top 50 Get Out of Debt Blogs To Watch in 2010

Whether poring over your monthly budget is your idea of a fun Friday night, or whether the mere mention of the 'B' word sends you running for the hills, managing money is something we all have to come to grips with at some point in our lives. And, for the sake of our long-term happiness and security, the earlier we start paying attention to our own personal finances, the better. But you don't have to go it alone. Here at EvanCarmichael.com, we've compiled a list of 50 of the most popular blogs online that deal with eliminating debt, increasing savings, investing your money, and getting into a healthy financial state of being. Learn the tips and tricks you need to start living a debt-free and prosperous life in 2010! You can also view last year's list.


General Personal Finance

1) WalletPop
URL: http://www.walletpop.com/blog

WalletPop is a site devoted to all things that affect your money. Its bloggers help you save more, spend better, cut bills, manage your investments, find bargains, and much, much more.


2) Wise Bread
URL: http://wisebread.com

Wise Bread is a community of bloggers that provides daily personal finance and frugal living tips, with the goal in mind to keep us all living large on a small budget.


3) Bargaineering
URL: http://www.bargaineering.com/articles

Bargaineering is a personal finance blog that tries to put complicated personal finances into everyday terms you can understand. It's been featured in the New York Times, Business Week, and several other mainstream publications and is updated twice daily.


4) Cash Money Life
URL: http://cashmoneylife.com/

Cash Money Life is a personal finance, small business, and career journal, with daily articles about a myriad of financial, small business, and career topics, tutorials, current events, product reviews, and more.


5) Moolanomy Personal Finance
URL: http://www.moolanomy.com/

Moolanomy is about achieving financial goals, and ultimately building wealth. Check out the blog if you are looking for ideas on how to: get out of debt, save and invest for retirement, grow your money, improve your investing skills, make the most of your money.


6) The Dough Roller
URL: http://www.doughroller.net/

The Dough Roller is a blog about money. How to make it, give it, save it, and spend it in a way that moves us closer to financial independence. They discuss everything from asset allocation to zero coupon bonds, from savings yields to real estate investing, and from raising financially fit kids to raising financially fit parents.


7) Amateur Asset Allocator
URL: http://amateurassetallocator.com/

Amateur Asset Allocator is a blog about all things finance, investing, frugality, and the economy. Blogger Kyle's aim is to present personal finance, investing, and economic issues simply enough for beginners to easily understand but with enough substance so as not to bore veterans.


8) Weakonomics
URL: http://weakonomics.com/

Written by a twenty-something who works for one of the largest banks in the U.S., this blog is a hobby for author Philip. He covers his interests in personal and behavioural finance.


9) Fiscal Fizzle
URL: http://www.fiscalfizzle.com/

Fiscal Fizzle is different. It's spicy. It will show you money in new and unique ways, by primarily focusing on sound principles, simplicity, critical thinking, and new money paradigms.


10) Tough Money Love
URL: http://toughmoneylove.com/

From someone who lives what he preaches, Tough Money Love is a blog providing the hard truth about money and personal finance.


11) All Financial Matters
URL: http://allfinancialmatters.com/

Allfinancialmatters.com is a personal finance blog dedicated to discussing such topics as budgeting, asset allocation, 401K, IRA, cash flow, insurance, financial planning, portfolio management, and other areas in personal finance.


   

Getting Rich

12) Get Rich Slowly
URL: http://www.getrichslowly.org/blog

Get Rich Slowly is devoted to sensible personal finance. You will not find any get-rich-quick schemes here. Instead, you will find daily information about personal finance and related topics. Blogger J.D. Roth shares stories about debt elimination, saving money, and practical investing.


13) Free Money Finance
URL: http://www.freemoneyfinance.com/

Free Money Finance offers personal finance and money commentary, news, resources, tips, and tricks. This site is about one simple thing: growing your net worth.


14) Million Dollar Journey
URL: http://www.milliondollarjourney.com/

The Million Dollar Journey chronicles the making of a millionaire. Written by a 27 year old with strong ambitions, this is one personal finance blog that will make you want more out of your life.


15) My Money Blog
URL: http://www.mymoneyblog.com/

Just like the name suggests, this site is about blogger Jonathan's money - how he makes more of it, how he tries to spend less of it, and how he invests it. He has been publicly tracking his progress towards financial freedom since 2004.


16) I Will Teach You To Be Rich
URL: http://www.iwillteachyoutoberich.com/blog/

This blog offers "money tips that don't suck". For college students, recent graduates, and everyone else, this is a personal finance blog for getting rich.


It's a Girl Thing

17) Common Sense With Money
URL: http://www.commonsensewithmoney.com/

Helping other people live better, spend less, and save more is something blogger Mercedes is very passionate about. She combines simple frugal living tips and smart shopping techniques to help moms across the country become better home economists.


18) Simple Mom
URL: http://www.simplemom.net/

Simple Mom is a blog about life hacks for home managers. They share tips and ideas for simplifying life at home, including managing your finances, all in the name of enjoying the important things in life and staying sane.


19) Fabulous Financials
URL: http://fabulousfinancials.com/

Written by a 30-something single mother of two, this blog is about her goal to achieve a $1M net worth and live the Fabulous Life.


20) Boston Gal's Open Wallet
URL: http://www.bostongals.com/

Boston Gal's Open Wallet is the ongoing chronicle of a single 30-something Bostonian who is seeking enlightenment and control of her Net Worth.


 

All About the Money

21) The Simple Dollar
URL: http://www.thesimpledollar.com

The Simple Dollar has one goal: to make your life rock. How? By spreading good, approachable personal finance and career ideas and encouraging people to talk comfortably about their money.


22) Five Cent Nickel
URL: http://fivecentnickel.com

In Five Cent Nickel, 30-something blogger "Nickel" shares his thoughts on various topics related to money and finance, and has been doing so since 2005.


23) Own the Dollar
URL: http://ownthedollar.com/

This blog is designed with the goal to help people wade through the deluge of vague, boring, typical finance information and find the truly important tidbits about personal finance such savings, investing, retirement, and other items that everyone should know.


24) Suburban Dollar
URL: http://www.suburbandollar.com/

Suburban Dollar is a personal finance blog for the average person. It strives to provide a realistic look at personal finance from the viewpoint of the average American suburban family.


Getting Out of Debt

25) Consumerism Commentary
URL: http://www.consumerismcommentary.com/

Consumerism Commentary is a blog for men and women who wish to make the most of their financial lives. Blogger Flexo created Consumerism Commentary in 2003 in order to hold himself accountable for the state and progress of his own finances. He now helps others do the same.


26) Man vs. Debt
URL: http://manvsdebt.com/

This blog is a real-time chronicle of blogger Adam Baker's journey not only to "get out of debt," but to "get into life. If you are in search of a financial guru, you are going to be disappointed. If you are searching for a genuine and transparent glimpse into the process of taking control of your financial life, you have found it.


27) Free From Broke
URL: http://www.freefrombroke.com/

Since 2007, Free From Broke has provided readers with information regarding personal finance so that they and their families can be Free From Broke!


28) No Debt Plan
URL: http://www.nodebtplan.net/

Are you in debt and you need a plan? This site has something for you. Here you will find tons of tips to make a plan and get out of debt for good.


How To Save

 

29) Budgets Are Sexy
URL: http://www.budgetsaresexy.com/

Budgets Are Sexy is a personal finance blog that won't put you to sleep! They rock out budget planning, retirement, credit cards, 401k, templates and becoming a millionaire.


30) Don't Mess With Taxes
URL: http://dontmesswithtaxes.typepad.com/

Taxes. Sure you hate them, but you are stuck with them. Either that, or you are stuck in a federal jail cell. This blog aims to make your tax tasks less, well, taxing.


 

31) Mighty Bargain Hunter
URL: http://www.mightybargainhunter.com/

Since 2005, Mighty Bargain Hunter has been talking about personal finance, saving, spending, shopping, auctions, investing, frugal living, and other money matters.


32) Being Frugal
URL: http://beingfrugal.net/

Being Frugal is a site about saving money, frugality, and smart personal finance. Let this blog show you how to live more and spend less.


33) Ask Mr Credit Card
URL: http://www.askmrcreditcard.com/creditcardblog

Faced with the frustration of and the amount of time this blogger took to do research and find the right credit card for himself, Mr Credit Card decided to create his own website and write reviews of credit cards to help consumers make a better informed choice.


34) How I Save Money
URL: http://howisavemoney.net/

Written by a struggling college student operating on a very tight budget, this blog chronicles one person's progress towards getting rid of their debt.


35) Almost Frugal
URL: http://almostfrugal.com/

Blogger Kelly Rigotti writes Almost Frugal to share her journey towards frugality (as well as any tips she finds along the way). Why? Because living frugally is not easy as everyone undoubtedly know; help and community make it easier.


Niche Personal Finance

 

36) Gather Little By Little
URL: http://www.gatherlittlebylittle.com/

Gather Little by Little is a personal finance blog with a Christian perspective. It's about growing wealth in accordance with Proverbs 13:11 - Dishonest money dwindles away, but he who gathers money little by little makes it grow.


37) Bible Money Matters
URL: http://www.biblemoneymatters.com/

Bible Money Matters offers Christian personal finance topics including budgeting, debt elimination, saving, frugality, thrift, debt, faith based investing, and lots more.


38) Keeping the Kingdom First
URL: http://www.kingdomfirstmom.com/

Keeping the Kingdom First aims to encourage and equip others to spend their money wisely, while putting God first, and has been doing just that since March 2008.


It's a Guy Thing

 

39) Frugal Dad
URL: http://frugaldad.com

FrugalDad.com is one of the fastest growing personal finance blogs. Each day, nearly 10,000 subscribers enjoy articles on a variety of subjects from how to get out of debt to how to grow your own food, with plenty of other fun topics sprinkled in.


40) Clever Dude Personal Finance
URL: http://cleverdude.com/

Clever Dude and his bride started with $113,000 in consumer debt and in just 3 short years, it's gone! The "Dude" writes about his mistakes in finances and marriage in hopes that you can learn just a few nuggets of wisdom and maybe prevent the same mistakes.


Canadiana

 

41) Canadian Capitalist
URL: http://www.canadiancapitalist.com/

Canadian Capitalist is a Canadian personal finance blog to help people navigate their way through the alphabet soup of financial acronyms, and offering interesting personal finance topics, saving tips and investing ideas.


42) Canadian Personal Finance
URL: http://www.canajunfinances.com/

This blog offers stories, case studies, information and hints about personal finance and investing with a distinctly Canadian point of view.


The Big Picture

 

43) Brip Blap
URL: http://www.bripblap.com/

Brip Blap is a personal finance blog that takes a look at the whole picture - money, investing, life, family. It offers personal finance, wealth-building and an extra helping of snark.


44) One Mint
URL: http://www.onemint.com/

What started as the name of his computer for one Indian student has since blossomed into a blog covering the world of finance and investments, both in India and around the globe.


45) My Life ROI
URL: http://www.myliferoi.com/

My Life ROI is a blog written for those who feel they are being bombarded with messages that bear expectations that are often times unattainable or not viable. In addition to personal finance, this blog touches on everything from careers to traveling. And, the occasional comic!


46) Wealth Pilgrim
URL: http://www.wealthpilgrim.com/

Get relevant money management advice, financial stress management, addiction recovery plan, and addiction recovery resources at WealthPilgram.com.


Just Getting Started

 

47) Generation X Finance
URL: http://genxfinance.com/

Generation X Finance was created in late 2006 as a means for discussing financial issues that are important to this unique generation. The primary focus is to help people get their debt under control, establish a successful career, and begin to accumulate wealth.


48) Money Under 30
URL: http://moneyunder30.com/

Money Under 30 is a blog and online community devoted to helping twentysomethings learn about and take charge of their personal finances. The site contains over 600 free articles on topics as simple as starting your first savings account and as involved as taking advantage of helpful but confusing tax credits and deductions.


49) Michael James On Money
URL: http://michaeljamesmoney.blogspot.com/

As the title suggests, Michael James presents an amateur's clear explanations of personal finance and investing.


50) 20somethingfinance
URL: http://20somethingfinance.com/

20Somethingfinance was created for the purpose of filling a niche in helping people get their financial portfolios on track at an early age and beyond. There are plenty of essential financial lessons here for everyone, regardless of age.


 

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