Darren Rowse over at ProBlogger.net recently hosted an article that gave a list of 30 Bloggers To Watch.
My list contains a lot of newer blogs, and blogs that have hit their stride in the past year. All of them are valuable additions to your RSS reader. Some of the bigger blogs in the personal finance niche may not appear, but that’s OK as you’ve probably already heard of them anyway!
If you want to follow these people, and over 200 others in the personal finance niche, check out my personal finance twitter list! So without further ado, here’s my list of 50 Personal Finance Bloggers To Watch in 2010.
50 Personal Finance Bloggers To Watch
This list isn’t in any particular order, I’ve just listed 50 of my most favorite personal finance blogs of the past year who I expect big things from in the coming years.
- Punch Debt In The Face: This site has been one of my favorites this year just because the author always makes me smile with his hilarious drawings, and biting take on personal finance topics. Recent post: My 401k Is Gonna Be Pissed!
- Wealth Pilgrim: Neal at Wealth Pilgrim is one of the smartest guys in the PF blogosphere, and he’s a nice guy to boot. He’s got a ton of great content, and just put out an ebook! Read his inspiring story first: My Story.
- Budgets Are Sexy: Another blogger that has taken off this past year, because of his insightful posts, helpful resources, and creative look at finances. Favorite post: Scratch Off Lottery Project.
- Good Financial Cents: Jeff is a certified financial planner and all around tough guy! He’s served our country in Iraq, and now he’s serving us all by giving us the best personal finance content! Top 135+ Personal Finance Posts.
- Oblivious Investor: If you want good information on investing, visit this site. ‘Nuff said. Post: How to Rollover Your 401k into a Roth IRA
- Money Wise Steward: The site is run by Apryl and she says, “I’m a Jesus lover and He has given me a love for helping others manage their money. Join me in living to the fullest!” She has a ton of great content that can help you to save. For example, 20+ Best Ways To Save Money: Practical Ways To Save Now.
- Financial Highway: Ray has been one of the more prolific writers in the PF world this year, with articles on several of the biggest blogs. His site rocks too: 5 Tips For Effective Goal Setting.
- Free From Broke: One of my favorite blogs, and a great guy! Post: Why Should I Keep Dumping Money Into My Old Car Or Other Old Junk?
- PT Money: Phil over at PTMoney hit his stride this year with a ton of great posts, a new design, and his awesome article that was passed around everywhere, including MSN Money: 52 Ways To Make Extra Money.
- Enemy of Debt: An inspirational read, especially if you’re trying to get out of debt: People Need An Excuse To Spend Money, And They’re Eager To Find One.
- My Next Buck: Brian’s blog has been gaining steam, especially with his latest guest series: Friday Financial Foul Ups.
- Debt Free Adventure: Matt has been everywhere this year doing posts for some of the biggest PF bloggers, and building up his own great site. Plus he’s one of the nicest guys you’ll ever meet: 3 Ways to Get Started Investing with $1,000 or Less.
- GenXFinance: Jeremy is a truly funny guy, but also is extremely smart when it comes to all things financial: Are You a Credit Card Junkie? Learn How to Kick the Habit.
- Redeeming Riches: Jason is an other great Christian personal finance blogger, and has a lot of thought provoking posts: Should You Give Money To A Homeless Person?
- Cash Money Life: Ryan has a great site, with tons of great money saving information. Don’t forget to check out his deals page. Post: The Most Important Financial Goals for 2010.
- Financial Samurai: I’ve only discovered the Samurai recently, and he’s not shy about voicing his opinions. Recent post: Be A Sloth and Don’t ROTH – Why Converting To A ROTH Is A Mistake!
- Deliver Away Debt: A blog by a guy delivering pizzas to help get rid of his debt. Recent post: Pay 401K Loan or High Interest Loan.
- Money Help For Christians: Another staff writer for this site, Craig also has his own great personal finance blog. Recent post: 8 Benefits of a Fully Funded Emergency Fund.
- Darwin’s Finance: Solid personal finance advice, with an interesting twist. Recent post: Get Off Your Butt and Do Something Quick and Easy to Improve Your Finances!
- Maple Money: If you’re a Canadian, this is one of the better Canadian finance blogs. Recent post: What’s Yours Is Mine: Consolidating Your Debts After Marriage.
- Own The Dollar: A great new personal finance blog I’ve enjoyed reading the past few months. Recent post: How To Choose a Life Insurance Plan that Meets Your Needs and Budget.
- Christian Personal Finance: One of the inspirations for this blog, and still one of the best. Recent post: How To Make Money Blogging.
- Joe Taxpayer: Great blog for investing topics, and another helpful blogger! Recent post: Can the Market Make You Rich?
- Fiscal Fizzle: Spicy personal finance thoughts from a new daddy! Recent post: 6 Important Tasks After a New Baby’s Birth.
- Fiscal Geek: Great personal finance content, along with some creative hacking posts. Recent post: The A-Team talks about the Roth 401k vs. Traditional 401ks.
- Finance for a Freelance LIfe: Mrs. Micah is one of the most helpful bloggers out there, and she writes from the heart. Recent post: Why I Don’t Want to Retire Early.
- Studenomics: Students who are worried about finances, pay attention to this blogger! Recent post: 5 Steps to Get You Hired as an English Teacher Abroad.
- Green Panda Treehouse: Great personal finance blog for college students and recent grads. Recent post: What Comic Book Characters Taught Me About Personal Finance.
- No Debt Plan: Kevin at No Debt Plan is a great guy, and his posts are insightful. Recent post: Your Spouse: Financial Teammate or Financial Enemy?
- Being Frugal: Lynnae writes about personal finance topics from the viewpoint of a mom, and frugal queen. Recent post: 101 Ways to Cut Your Spending This Year
- Moolanomy: Pinyo was very helpful to me when I was a new blogger. His site gives top notch personal finance advice. Recent post: Do You Have To Pay Taxes On Unemployment Income?
- Four Pillars: Four Pillars is another popular Canadian finance blog, and the advice is second to none. Recent post: Threats As A Negotiation Strategy.
- ManVsDebt: It seems that world traveler Baker has been showing up on all the popular lists, and how could I not mention him again? Recent post: Tyler Durden’s Guide To Personal Finance.
- SquawkFox: Kerry, the Fox from SquawkFox.com is a fitness, personal finance and photography guru. Check out her new book too! Recent post: 10 Frugal Ways to get Fit this Winter.
- Dough Roller: The Dough Roller is the man when it comes to good personal finance and blogging advice. Recent post: 11 Smart Money Moves to Supercharge Your Finances
- Million Dollar Journey: Another Canadian blogger, the frugal trader gives solid investment and finance advice. Recent post: Early Retirement Series
- Money Crashers: Money Crashers is a good read, and they’re currently hosting a huge giveaway! Recent post: Important Tax Dates To Remember
- LenPenzo.com: Len has a different take on life, and his posts are always entertaining. Especially love the movie reviews! Recent post: The Only New Year’s Resolution That Really Matters
- My Dollar Plan: Madison has quietly grown My Dollar Plan to be one of the leading personal finance blogs. Recent post: 35 Best Personal Finance Books
- Saving To Invest: Andy’s site has become one of my first stops for information about taxes, tax deductions and stimulus info. Recent post: Health Care Bill Hits Married Couples Harder
- Suburban Dollar: Kyle writes about personal finance from the viewpoint of a normal suburban dad, and does it well. Recent post: The Art of Delayed Gratification
So there you have it. My list of the top 50 personal finance blogs to watch this year. If those aren’t enough blogs, head on over to WiseBread.com’s Top 100+ Personal Finance Blogs list. There are a ton of other great blogs there to check out!
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