Financial Advisor Websites With Blogs

July 27, 2009

Financial advisor websites are often little more than an online brochure explaining the qualifications and services of the financial planners that run them.  Of course these advisors are busy watching over the personal finances of their clients so it makes sense that they don’t have a lot of extra time to write articles for their website about investing, retirement, cash flow, etc.

However, there are a growing number of financial planners and advisors that are sharing their thoughts on personal finance on their websites, often in the form of a blog.  Not only does it help potential clients get to know a little more about them and their financial philosophies, it’s also useful for the rest of us since they sometimes share some valuable personal finance insights.

I’ve put together a list of the financial advisor blogs that I’ve run across over the past few years online.  When you have a few minutes check out the financial topics they’re discussing on their blogs:

You can also catch up with some of them on Twitter:

  • Carl Richards – @behaviorgap
  • Cathy Curtis – @curtisfinancial
  • Jeff Rose – @jeffrosecfp
  • Jean Keener – @JeanKeener
  • Jim Blankenship – @BlankenshipFP
  • Michael Zhuang @ @mzhuang
  • Neal Frankle @NealFrankle
  • Neil Vannoy @neilvannoy
  • Rich Feight – @RFeight
  • Rick Kahler – @RickKahler
  • Russ Thornton – @russthornton

If I’ve left anyone off the list, feel free to let me know.  You can contact me or twitter me.

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14 Responses to Financial Advisor Websites With Blogs

  • Arnie

    Thanks for the list. have been looking for blogs.

  • Steph

    Great job putting all of these websites together. Financial advising is a very important thing. Everyone should know where they are with their finances and where they will be in the years to come.

  • Sadique

    Thank you for compiling this list. Very good resource to a lot of original content on personal finance by real advisors

  • James

    Nice Post! You can also see all of their articles and more published at http://www.FiGuide.com, an online resource dedicated to educating consumers on money management best practices from the exclusive perspective of fee-only financial planners and bringing consumers closer to their advisors.

  • Ben

    Thanks everyone for the feedback!

    @Mike thanks for pointing out Neal Frankle’s blog, I added it.

    @Carl, I think Financial Tales is a great concept, teaching through stories can be much more interesting and really resonates with some people.

  • Carl

    Thanks for the mention, Ben, especially since Financial Tales is so new. If you or anyone is interested in guest authoring a Financial Tale, contact me.

  • Mike Piper

    Excellent idea for a roundup.

    I’d also add Neal Frankle, a CFP who blogs at WealthPilgrim.com. I quite enjoy his writing. :)

  • Brandon Gadoci

    Good list. I was looking for something like this a couple of days ago in putting together http://tweet.fabeetle.com. We are selecting specific advisors to feature and allow others to rate their tweets. Check it out.

  • Jeff Rose

    Nice little roundup you got here. Thanks for doing that and putting me with some good company.

  • Rich Feight

    Great job compiling such a thorough list. Not only should you save readers money, but now you’ll save them time.

  • Russ Thornton

    Thanks for the mention and the link, Ben. I enjoy your site.

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