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6 Finance blogs you should be reading

We all could use tips on how to spend our money more intelligently, and these bloggers do a good job of keeping the public informed with some great tips on getting the most out of your hard-earned dollar.

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These bloggers made our “bloggers list” by graciously volunteering their knowledge and showing us how to navigate our financial life.


Canadian Dream Free at 45

Timothy Stobbs — a.k.a. Canadian Dream — has the simple goal of retiring early and living a happy life. As the lead blogger, Timothy writes about his journey toward retirement before the age of 45. Canadian Dream offers a wealth of knowledge as well as tips we all can use to retire early.


Get Smarter About Money

Get Smarter About Money is the brainchild of Canada’s Investor Education Fund and offers information on a wide range of financial topics. The blog covers everything from how to educate your kids about credit cards to how to cope with financial stress. Dedicated to helping people make informed financial decisions, this blog is an excellent resource.


Plan Your Escape

Canadian blogger Peter Milner offers great advice on tax-free savings accounts, inflation, finances for couples and other financial topics that impact us all on Plan Your Escape.


Canadian Budget Binder

This is a blog written by a Canadian couple who managed to save $40,000 while sticking to a simple budget. Not only is Canadian Budget Binder a valuable resource for anyone interested in finance, but it also serves as inspiration.


Give Me Back My Five Bucks

Give Me Back My Five Bucks covers most financial topics. It even offers advice on relationships, how to budget for entertainment and how to handle debt and student loans. Canadian blogger Krystal Yee also posts her “spending recaps,” which document her own financial journey.


Money Saving Mom

Money Saving Mom is a great resource for coupons, deals and freebies. The blog also offers tips on how to live simply and manage your money in an effort to help us all become a little more financially savvy.

What are some of your favourite finance blogs? Let us know in the comments section below.

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