Crowd sources all of your finance questions to a whopping 12+ million redditors. It also has an incredibly useful Wiki and sidebar.
Offers deep dives into a variety of finance topics on a regular basis. If you're honing your own finances, it's worth digging through the archives of this one.
There's no "get rich quick" nonsense on Get Rich Slowly. It's all about reasonable debt management and safe investing for the common person. It tops all the "best finance blog" lists for a reason.
It shares the strategies he and his wife used to retire before they were 35. Don't expect any magic bullets: this blog's theme is frugality.
This blog is best known for its "Stock Series," which is basically an in-depth primer for investing. But the other financial advice it offers is just as great.
Shares the journey of a young married couple's path to financial independence and escape from the 40-hour workweek.
The sites goal is to help you retire early––or just leave your full time job and set out on your own. Learn all the financial (including tax) advice you need to free yourself from your job here.
It's meant for doctors who want to rid themselves of sketchy or greedy financial advisors, but anyone who makes a high income can benefit from this website.
Teaches you how to "live large on a small budget." Instead of just one voice, you'll hear from a group of financial bloggers.
Perfect for younger people just starting out and for those who need a fresh start.