Do you need to dive a little deeper into the subject of money than we’ve done in this series? Hey, I understand completely.
These are some of the resources I like, and I think you’ll find them helpful, too.
The Simple Dollar – Trent Hamm writes about personal finance from the perspective of someone who has hit rock bottom and recovered. We’ve already talked about his One Page Financial Education on the blog. You can follow him on Twitter at @trenttsd.
- I Will Teach You to be Rich – Ramit Sethi has written a book by the same name, and he has bigger ideas about saving money than knocking down your daily latte habit. The first time I read his blog I was able to negotiate a big savings on my cell phone bill. You can follow him on Twitter at @ramit.
- Get Rich Slowly by JD Roth is a good primer for all things personal finance. Whether you want to find out about reducing your debt, opening a Roth IRA, or finding the right kind of life insurance, this blog will give you the basic information you need to get started, or at least to know what questions to ask when you need to talk to a professional. You can follow him on Twitter at @jdroth.