I really enjoy reading personal finance blogs and here is a list of some of my favorites. Personal finance South Africa is really picking up! Find the ones that resonate with you and don’t forget to follow them and engage as much as possible.
No one cares as much about your money as you do, so learn as much as you can to ensure that you can keep it safe and build wealth.
So if you’re wondering what blogs to read about personal finance, here they are:
Personal Finance blogs in South Africa
Stealthy Wealth : Read about an ordinary guys 15 year journey to Financial Freedom. Stealthy contains many great in-depth articles on investing and generally includes interesting calculations.
Not Financial Advice : A collection of personal finance posts worth reading. Most of them are local with a few from international sites scattered in between.
ETF Enthusiast : A blog about ETF’s and investing in South Africa. Really worth the read and you can even have a look at the authors own investment strategy and see which ETF’s he invests in.
Frugal Local : Learn about property investments, personal money matters and coffee
Do Better Business : Helping entrepreneurs and small business owners to be more successful. Essential for any business owner who feels that the business just isn’t going anywhere.
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Personal Finance blogs from around the world
Modest Money Personal Finance listing : A really huge listing of personal finance blogs which are automatically ranked by SEO, social media and general traffic data.
There are obviously many more money blogs and interesting sites to follow, too many to list. If you have a particular favorite which you think I should share, let me know.
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As always, do what you need in order to take charge of your money!