Top 10 Finance Bloggers Who Make Our Financial Decisions Easy

Top 10 Finance Bloggers Who Make Our Financial Decisions Easy

With the world inclining more towards money and investments, the most important things you will inevitably want to emphasize will be your finances, especially after a turbulent year like 2020. To help you find solutions to your finance queries, here are the top 10 finance bloggers whose blogs offer a detailed analysis of all financial dimensions.

Top 10 Finance Bloggers Of 2021

In the last decade, there has been an alteration in the mindset of the masses. We are witnessing more and more people leaving their secure and cushioned jobs and trying out things that they like. One such channel is blogging, which many people now have begun to resort to. 

Till a few years back, we had only a handful of finance bloggers. But now, there are many personal finance bloggers in India and abroad who have come up with their great knowledge to solve all our queries related to finance. 

This article deals with varied types of finance bloggers, like debt specialists, insurance specialists, investing specialists, and many more. Here is a list of personal finance blogs.

Afford Anything by Paula Pant

Paula Pant came to the U.S in 2010 when she left her cushy job and started as a freelance writer. Now she has her own website known as Afford Anything. The motto of her website is simple,

“You can afford anything... but not everything. What's it gonna be?”

Her blog explores answers to the two most important questions: How can we make smart decisions regarding our time, money, and life? And how we can bring in contact with our daily habits and behavior into the life that we value the most.

Financial Samurai by Sam Dogen

This stands in the second position among our list of business finance blogs. Financial Samurai deals deeply into real estate, investing, career strategies, retirement planning, and more so we can all achieve our financial independence soon. There is no delay in attaining what we aim to. 

Financial Samurai will allow you to swim in the pool of finance with ease. Sam Dogen has completed his MBA from UC Berkeley and even worked in the finance industry for 2 decades.

Four Pillar Freedom

Zach, at the age of 25, in the year 2019, quit his job as a data scientist. He did so because he was happy with the earnings he was getting from his website. Four Pillar Freedom is a website that employs the areas of psychology, philosophy, work ethic, and personal finance to help you learn how to live your desired life.

Zach personally used these 4 pillars while he was quitting his job, and now he happily earns a full time living by operating his own website and teaching hundreds of students how to formulate their own profitable website.

Rich & Regular by Julien and Kiersten Saunders

Over the span of 5 years, Kiersten and Julien paid off $200,000 as debt which dramatically reduced their net worth, and they learned a lifetime lesson. Presently their blog (Rich & Regular) and the video series of Money on the Table inspire its audience better in the conversation of money. They are not just influencers. They claim themselves to be digital entrepreneurs, former marketing and sales professionals, and many more.

Wallet Hacks by Jim Wang

Wallet Hacks is a blogging website that teaches you the ways to manage your money better, and that too in less time. They do not offer any services or products. All they offer is just some good advice that will help you to take care of your finances. To them, simplicity is elegant, and complexity is ugly. 

Jim has been writing about finances for more than 15 years and has also been featured in the New York Times, Marketplace Money, U.S News and World Report, Baltimore Suns, BusinessWeek, Entrepreneur, and many more.

A Wealth of Common Sense by Ben Carlson

Ben Carlson is the Director of Institutional Asset Management at Ritholtz Wealth Management. He has been taking care of institutional portfolios for his full career and has written several books that deal with investing. His books mainly focus on the management of wealth, financial market, investing, and also the psychology of investors. 

The main reason for Ben to start this website, A Wealth of Common Sense, was to explain the various complexities of finance in such a way that everyone can understand.

Get Rich Slowly by J.D. Roth

Get Rich Slowly is known to be one of the very first financial blogs that came into the blogging space. This website has thousands of articles on the ways by which you can master your finances. This website has business finance blogs for beginners to professionals who wish to attain more financial freedom.

Mr. Money Mustache by Pete Adeney

A legend in the Financial Independence, Retire Early (FIRE) space, Mr. Money Mustache‘s website is operated by a forty-something retiree who narrates about how we can all live a canny, yet intentional life of relaxation.

This blog was created to share the secrets of how to attain a financially up healing life. How can you create a life that is better than the one you are presently living.

Physician on FIRE by Leif Dahleen

Physician on FIRE is a personal website on finance that has been designed to inspire and inform both patients and physicians with detailed writing from a physician who has got financial independence and the potential to retire early. This website has a triple focus to leave the audiences educated, enlightened, and also entertained.

Of Dollars and Data by Nick Maggiulli

This website (Of Dollars and Data) was started in 2017. At this time, Nick was doing a great job in litigating financing, but his heart was always on investing and personal finance. Since then, he has successfully published more than 200,000 words online and has witnessed his works featured in:

  • The Wall Street Journal
  • CNBC
  • Money
  • The L.A. Times


With the emergence of the internet and its broad reach presently across the globe, many alternate careers evolved, and one among them is blogging. Blogging is now chosen as a mainstream career option across the globe. It is done in varied niches depending on the expertise of the author. The above article deals with the top 10 financial bloggers across the globe.

Frequently Asked Questions On Financial Bloggers

1. How much do finance bloggers make?

As a thumb rule, strategic bloggers that utilize business strategies and smart content can begin to earn a modest full-time income which is around $30,000 to $60,000 in their very first year of blogging.

2. Are finance blogs profitable?

While blogging on varied niches can be profitable, personal finance blogs can also be a goldmine. And while any transaction does not provide significant income, with good traffic from search engines, a single blog can give you five and even six figures a month.

3. How many financial bloggers are there?

There are over 17,652 Personal Finance Blogs on the Internet as of 2021.

4. What financial information can bloggers provide?

There are varied types of finance bloggers, like debt specialists, insurance specialists, investing specialists, and many more.
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Yaseer Rashid

Yaseer Rashid got a degree in Journalism and worked as a freelancer. Later he joined News Magnify as a Business and stock writer.

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