Thanks to Some Interesting Personal Finance Sites

June 2, 2008

The month of May brought the largest number of visitors to date for Money Smart Life!  Many of those visitors came from sites in the the Money Writers and Money Blog networks whom you are familiar with via my weekly mentions.

I also wanted to say thanks to 10 other personal finance sites that sent over the most visitors by recommending an article on Money Smart Life.  I’ve listed each site and a recent article you might find interesting:

US News World Report (Kimberly Palmer) – Six Ways to Save Money on Vacation

MSN Money Blog (Donna Freedman) – Why is it so Easy to Throw Things Away?

The Simple Dollar – Financial Independence as a Goal

Frugal Dad – Used Car Buying for Teenagers

My Two Dollars – 29 Free or Low Cost Ways To Save Energy & Money

Frugal for Life – Slowing Down Takes Time

Not Made of Money – Four Tips to Saving Money on Home Improvement

Money Under 30 – How I Organize My Financial Records

Moolamy – Carnival of Personal Finance – Family Edition

Frugal Law Student – Save Time & Money by Working Out

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Ben Edwards, the founder of Money Smart Life, saved up enough to buy a Nintendo back when he was 12 years old. When he used the money to buy shares of Wal-Mart stock instead, he knew he wasn’t like the other kids… His addiction to personal finance has paid off for his family and now he’s helping you to afford the life that you want. Check him out on the web at Google Plus, Twitter and Facebook.


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8 Responses to Thanks to Some Interesting Personal Finance Sites

  • Edoma

    I recently discovered a website that changed my financial life and view about budgeting. For those who do not want to give out personal identity and access to bank account but still want a functional and easy to use online budgeting for free, Out Of The Dark (OOTD) is a little gem. Budgeting and expense tracking in one stroke, ridiculously simple and easy to use, with tons of helpful online guidance, for me it’s just too good to be free as I heard others commenting on OOTD.

  • Ben

    Dana, David’s, & Frugal Dad – thanks for the referring your readers!

  • David

    Thanks for the mention!

  • Dana

    Thanks for the link love!

  • David

    Thanks so much for mentioning me!

  • Frugal Dad

    Thanks for the mention! I’m glad May was a successful month for you – here’s to an even more successful June!

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