Saturday, February 10, 2007

A tome on bloggers of personal finance, one of USNews' better articles Laying Bare Their Money Secrets, Bloggers Trade Strategies for Retirement. Many Are Young. A Few Even Make a Buck; All Money Talk, All the Time

I was excited to find this recent article in USNews. It's a great starting point for those looking for an interactive discussion of personal finances on the web. They list the following links as a reference: A financial planner discusses 401(k)'s, IRAs, asset allocation, and portfolio management. To hold himself accountable for spending money, a man keeps a public record of his net worth. This blogger dispenses practical advice on maximizing income, curbing expenses, and amassing wealth. Pledging to save $2 million by age 45, a 30-year-old chronicles his journey toward financial freedom. Six popular personal finance bloggers join forces in trying to improve their bottom lines. This 20-something strives to make more money, spend less, and manage his finances. A librarian muses about money matters within relationships and families. Child rearing, elder care, and retirement planning have Tuna on Rye's author "sandwiched." A baby boomer discusses ideas and plans for a financially sound retirement.

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