Mike Collins, at WealthyTurtle has put in a tremendous amount of effort and compiled a list of the top 100 personal-finance blogs.
Here are his 4 criteria for inclusion in his list:
Frugality. I tend to write more about increasing income than cutting expenses, but I’m always on the lookout for new ways to save money. Some blogs write almost exclusively about living the frugal lifestyle while others sprinkle it in with many other personal finance topics, such as…
Investing. Saving money is great but to me you have to get your money working for you if you really want to build wealth. I love reading about different investment ideas, especially when it comes to stocks that pay dividends. Dividend investing is part of my master plan to quit my day job and focus on passive income streams. The other key to that plan is…
Entrepreneurship. Some people are perfectly happy being an employee and earning a steady paycheck and there’s nothing wrong with that. But I was bitten by the entrepreneurship bug when I was young and I long to be my own boss. Many of the blogs below talk about freelancing, self-employment, and quitting your day job. Of course, it’s also important to maintain a…
Work-Life Balance. This is an especially important theme for me. Working hard and making money is great, but money is only a means to an end. What’s your end? Mine is my family…I want to gain financial independence so I can have the freedom to spend more time with my family and enjoy life.
Great job! See the list here: WealthyTurtle.
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