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Is Your Money Acting Funny?

imageDo you have a financial hangover from the  holidays? Are you trying to figure out which bills will get paid and which bills will have to wait until next month?   Are you hoping your tax refund will be enough to pay off any extravagant purchases you made for your family or for yourself? If so, you are not alone.  According to Forbes, Americans were estimated to spend $630.5 billion this past holiday season, 3.7% more than last year. Unfortunately, a huge portion of those purchases will be made on plastic and causing some of us to carry even more debt.

To help all of us out (Yes, I’m including myself), I’ve put together a list of websites and blogs that provide advice and resources for personal finances. I’m not endorsing anyone and I’m not getting paid for providing links to these websites or blogs. I hope you find some information that will help you make better financial decisions or help you create plan that gets you closer to your financial goals.

Get Rich Slowly – Named a top blog by both Time and Money magazines, this blog is based on the philosophy that building lasting wealth takes time.

Wise Bread – The tagline of the blog says it all, “Living Large on a Small Budget”. The blog cover a broad range of topics.

Money Crashers – They offer logical and sensible advice for all ages and stages in life including investing and small business.

Michelle Singletary – She is a nationally syndicated columnist for The Washington Post and her column “The Color of Money” is carried in over 100 newspapers providing a laymen’s insight into personal finance.

Kiplinger – In addition to providing personal finance tips, they also provide business forecasts. There is a variety of content from slides to news columns to videos.

Banking Sense – Provides valuable information without using overly technical jargon. It promote a sense of community by encouraging readers to interact and comment so they can learn from each other.

Cash Money Life – Featured on websites such as The Wall Street JournalThe New York Times  and MSN Money this website is a reliable source of advice on personal finance and small business.

If your favorite financial blog or website isn’t listed, please leave the link below in the comments 🙂

With love,

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