I was recently invited to join a group of personal finance bloggers who are in a network known as The Money Mavens.
What will change here at The Military Wallet? Nothing. Well, I will introduce you to more of their great writing, and we may exchange a few guest articles from time to time, but the content here at The Military Wallet will otherwise remain unaffected.
Who are the Money Mavens?
Here is an introduction to each of the member sites, with a link to one of their recent articles.
Canadian Finance Blog. Canadian Finance Blog is the Canadian source for personal finance. The site covers universal topics such as how to invest wisely as well as tips on how you can save money on everyday expenses and bills. As one of the leading sites based out of Canada, numerous topics that matter to Canadians are covered, including RRSP’s, TFSA’s and Canadian taxes.
Deliver Away Debt. DeliverAwayDebt is a personal finance blog with a twist. The site details the amount of money you can make by having a second job as a pizza delivery driver. The site has a ”Get Out of Debt” focus, with articles and topics created to help people destroy their debt. If you are looking for help getting out of debt, this is the place to get the kick in the pants you need to move the debt needle.
Green Panda Treehouse. I’m working in the financial industry and I am specialized in personal finance. I’m always trying to find way to make money differently than receiving my pay check every two weeks. I love to try different things and I will post true stories about them. I am currently building my own online business while working 4 days a week at my day job.
JoeTaxpayer. JoeTaxpayer is the founder of the eponymous www.JoeTaxpayer.com where he has been blogging on various financial topics for over three years. He is interested in all aspects of financial planning with a strong focus on tax issues and retirement planning. Joe is also a frequent contributor and one of the moderators of the Usenet group misc.taxes.moderated and guest blogger at the TurboTax blog.
Len Penzo dot Com. When it comes to writing about the world of personal finance, Len definitely marches to the beat of his own drummer! In a uniquely irreverent and highly-entertaining style, Len covers a broad array of money topics, with an emphasis on personal responsibility and running your household like a business – just like he has done successfully for the past 20 years.
Money Help For Christians. Money Help For Christians (MH4C) promotes a frugal, simple, debt-free, and generous lifestyle so Christians can faithfully maximize their resources by putting them at the disposal of God’s Kingdom. MH4C is committed to providing relevant resources in order to assist Christians in this effort.
Monevator is a personal blog about money: making, saving, investing, and sometimes even spending it. It’s written by a UK-based private investor and spare room entrepreneur, for people like him, wherever they are in the world. Sign-up as a regular reader, and you’ll probably become richer. You’ll probably also lose your tan.
The Censtible Life. The Centsible Life is a website about family, frugality, and living your dreams on a budget. Kelly Whalen, the author, is a mom of 4 who received a financial wake up call nearly 2 years ago, since then she and her family have been working hard to banish their debt, and live a full life on a budget. You can follow her on twitter @CentsibleLife or stop by her blog.
The Military Wallet. Obviously, you know who I am. But I would like to introduce you to some of my other writing. My other website is Cash Money Life, where you can find frequent articles on personal finance, career, small business, and money management. I am also a frequent contributor at US News & World Report, GoBankingRates.com, and other websites around the web.
The Oblivious Investor. At The Oblivious Investor, Mike writes about ways to invest successfully without having to watch the market from day to day or month to month. He covers topics like asset allocation, building low-maintenance portfolios, and making the most out of your retirement accounts.
Wealth Pilgrim. Wealth Pilgrim is about financial balance. On the one hand, Neal believes most of all of us can do better financially. Spend more mindfully, invest smarter, get better educated, make sure we maximize our earnings. On the other hand, there are some things that are beyond our control. Rather than allow those realities to diminish our joy in life, Neal feels we should learn to accept them and find joy in those limitations. Neal writes about finding this balance on his blog Wealth Pilgrim.
Thanks for the invite Money Mavens! I look forward to working with you in the coming months.
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