For career and personal finance advice, look no further than U.S. News. From articles on how to make your money work for you to advice on the best ways to tackle debt, U.S. News has it all.
Read Moneylogue, Get Rich Slowly, CNBC Money, and Tackling Our Debt for the latest in personal finance and business advice. And don’t forget to check out the Money blog. There are great tips for anyone looking to improve their personal finances.
The Financial Diet, a personal finance blog for young adults, is a good place to start. Personal finance is covered by the site, including investments, budgeting, and taxes. Money Magazine is an incredibly reputable source of personal finance articles, and the popular Mint app is another good resource. Personal finance is covered by The New York Times as well, including Money Under 30 and Tackling Our Debt. Other personal finance websites and blogs include MarketWatch, The Simple Dollar, and Bankrate.
Yahoo personal finance features both news from Yahoo staff and external sources. Personal finance author Dave Ramsey has a personal finance section on his site, and you can also find news about his FIRE strategy on Reddit – Financial Independence, a personal blog run by an early retiree. Money Talks News is another excellent resource for personal finance, with neat charts and tools. Investopedia also has a personal finance section.
Get Rich Slowly
While getting rich fast sounds like a fairy tale, it is almost impossible to achieve and a rare event. Instead, you should take a long, slow path to accumulating wealth. Here are some steps to get you started:
First, save half your income. If you have enough money to live without work, you are financially independent. Financial independence doesn’t mean you can quit your job, but it is …