PTMoney – Personal Finance by Phil Taylor

November 8, 2009

This week I recommend you check out PT Money, written by Phil Taylor (PT). His blog focuses on his own experiences managing money and he has help from his super frugal wife, too!

I first ran across Phil when he was part of the FNBO Direct Pay Yourself First money challenge, here’s his video entry where you can see him rapping about money:

I like Phil’s site because he shares specific and real financial information from his own experiences, I really enjoyed reading about his family’s travels to Ireland.  One thing Phil’s site is well know for is his popular collection of 52 ways to make extra money which he’s recently expanded on in a new eBook, 52 Ways to Make Extra Money.

About PT

Phil and his wife have recently welcomed a daughter into their family.

In addition to his own blog, PT’s writing appears on a number of other financial sites around the web, including MSN Smart Money Blog and The Wall Street Journal online.  You can also learn more about Phil in this interview with My Two Dollars.

Phil’s also become quite blog savvy while running his own site and if you’re interested in getting your own blog up and running he can help you out.

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