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1. Boomer & Echo | Financial Freedom At Any Age

Boomer & Echo | Financial Freedom At Any AgeLethbridge, Alberta About Blog Boomer & Echo is a Canadian personal finance blog with smart ideas on how you can achieve financial freedom at any age. Canadian personal finance bloggers discussing savings, investing, debt management, mortgages, and everything else related to money and finance. All from the unique perspective of two different generations. Follow this blog and get articles on how to achieve financial freedom at any age.
Frequency about 2 posts per week.
Since Aug 2010
Also in Personal Finance Blogs
Blog boomerandecho.com
Facebook fans 10,210. Twitter followers 11,069.

2. MoneySense | Canada's Personal Finance Website

MoneySense | Canada's Personal Finance WebsiteCanada About Blog MoneySense is Canada's best-selling investment and lifestyle magazine. Each issue contains insightful and informative columns and articles to help you make the most of your money. Follow Canada's personal finance website and get frequent updates on how to manage money.
Frequency about 3 posts per week.
Since Dec 2003
Also in Personal Finance Magazines
Blog moneysense.ca
Facebook fans 77,603. Twitter followers 72,262.

3. HowToSaveMoney.ca

HowToSaveMoney.caCanada About Blog Teaching Canadians how to save money on everything they buy and do WITHOUT cutting back. I write about ways to save smarter so you can live better - spending less guilt-free without sacrificing quality of life.
Frequency about 2 posts per week.
Blog howtosavemoney.ca
Facebook fans 5,193. Twitter followers 3,761.

4. Million Dollar Journey

Million Dollar JourneyCanada About Blog Building Wealth through Saving and Investing. A popular personal finance blog that follows the journey of a young Canadian on his goal of attaining $1M in net worth by the age of 35. The intention of this site is to help and educate those who are interested in personal finance and investing. Follow this site to get daily educational article topics include, investing, frugal tips, tax strategies and real estate.
Frequency about 4 posts per month.
Since Dec 2006
Blog milliondollarjourney.com
Facebook fans 2,420. Twitter followers 9,047.

5. Money We Have | Personal Finance

Money We Have | Personal FinanceToronto About Blog Personal Finance and Budget Travel for Canadians. Money We Have is a respected source for all things personal finance and budget travel. By providing practical money saving tips, readers are able to plan their dream vacation on any budget, and learn how to manage their day-to-day finances. Follow this blog to get all things on personal finance and money saving tips.
Frequency about 2 posts per week.
Since Feb 2014
Blog moneywehave.com/category/per..
Facebook fans 4,209. Twitter followers 5,729.

6. My Own Advisor

My Own AdvisorOttawa, Canada About Blog Saving and investing my way to a million dollar portfolio. Mark Seed is one of Canada's leading personal finance and investing bloggers. As my own DIY financial advisor, I've grown our portfolio from $100,000 to well over $500,000. Our next big goal is to own a $1 million investment portfolio for an early retirement. Follow me as I write about my saving and investing journey.
Frequency about 2 posts per week.
Since Dec 2009
Blog myownadvisor.ca
Facebook fans 843. Twitter followers 5,880.

7. Maple Money | Canadian Finance Blog By Tom Drake

Maple Money | Canadian Finance Blog By Tom DrakeCanada About Blog Originally the Canadian Finance Blog, MapleMoney is the personal finance source for ways to save money, make money, invest money and spend money wisely. A Canadian blog with tips for saving, investing and tax optimization. Topics include RRSPs, RESPs, TFSAs, mortgages, insurance, taxes, ETFs, index funds and asset allocation. Follow this blog to get tips on how to save and use money wisely.
Frequency about 4 posts per month.
Since Jun 2009
Blog maplemoney.com/make-money
Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers 53,331.

8. Millennial Revolution | Stop Working. Start Living

Millennial Revolution | Stop Working. Start LivingCanada About Blog A Personal Finance blog started by FIRECracker and Wanderer, Canada's youngest retirees. They used to live in one of the most expensive cities in Canada, but instead of drowning in debt, they rejected home ownership. What resulted was a 7-figure portfolio, which has allowed them to retire at 31 and travel the world. Their story has been featured on CBC, CNBC, BNN, Business Insider, and many more.
Frequency about 2 posts per week.
Since May 2016
Also in Retirement Blogs, Millennial Blogs, Millennial Money Blogs
Blog millennial-revolution.com
Facebook fans 4,366. Twitter followers 4,506.

9. Savvy New Canadians | Personal Finance For Canadians

Savvy New Canadians | Personal Finance For CanadiansManitoba, Canada About Blog A personal finance blog that focuses on money, savings, investing, credit, debt management, financial freedom, retirement planning, frugal living, DIY, productivity, entrepreneurship and more.
Frequency about 3 posts per week.
Blog savvynewcanadians.com
Facebook fans 1,047. Twitter followers 1,890.

10. Money After Graduation By Bridget Eastgaard

Money After Graduation By Bridget EastgaardCalgary, Alberta, Canada About Blog Money After Graduation is a financial literacy website dedicated to helping you manage your money better. From building a budget to the economics of wealth disparity, this is your source for personal finance. Information, musings, and no-BS advice on everything finlit.
Frequency about 2 posts per week.
Since Oct 2010
Blog moneyaftergraduation.com/blog
Facebook fans 4,700. Twitter followers 15,857.

11. Canadian Personal Finance | Reddit

Canadian Personal Finance | RedditSan Francisco, CA About Blog A place to discuss anything related to Canadian Personal Finance. The topic 'personal finance' includes budgeting, goal planning, taxation, saving, investing, banking, credit cards, insurance products, life event planning, major purchase advice, unique deals and tips for frugality, employment & other income sources, global or national economic news and discussions, and a variety of similar topics. Follow this reddit to get any information on personal finance Canada.
Frequency about 168 posts per week.
Blog reddit.com/r/PersonalFinance..
Facebook fans 1,289,871. Twitter followers 633,361.

12. WealthBar Blog | Financial Advice

WealthBar Blog | Financial AdviceCanada About Blog WealthBar is private wealth management for the rest of us. Financial experts ensure that every portfolio and investment helps clients reach their financial goals. Our expert technology team designs, and creates the smoothest, easiest, and most amazing investing and personal financial planning experience possible. Follow this blog to get financial advice and news.
Frequency about 3 posts per month.
Since Jul 2013
Also in Financial Advisor Blogs, Wealth Management Blogs
Blog blog.wealthbar.com
Facebook fans 5,047. Twitter followers 4,689.

13. Canadian Budget Binder

Canadian Budget BinderOntario, Canada About Blog Canadian Budget Binder is all about a Canadian Couple On A Financial Journey Using A Budget. I'm from the UK and a permanent resident in Canada and I love my life here in Ontario. I've always been fascinated with personal finance, learning to make money and watch it grow while combating debts along the way.
Frequency about 3 posts per week.
Since Jan 2012
Also in Budget Blogs
Blog canadianbudgetbinder.com
Facebook fans 8,764. Twitter followers 6,670.

14. Half Banked

Half Banked Ottawa, Ontario About Blog My name is Desirae Odjick. Half Banked is a personal finance blog for millennials who want to manage their money and still have a life.
Frequency about 1 post per month.
Since Nov 2015
Blog halfbanked.com/blog
Facebook fans 962. Twitter followers 7,974.

15. The Outlier Model

The Outlier ModelVancouver, BC About Blog The Outlier Model is a personal finance and lifestyle blog based on the pillars of 'living life a little bit differently'. Based on the belief that success follows those who choose to do something other than the normal, posts at The Outlier Model discuss topics such as budgeting, life hacking, and smart shopping.
Frequency about 1 post per week.
Since Jan 2011
Blog outliermodel.com
Facebook fans 1,023. Twitter followers 2,285.

16. Cait Flanders

Cait FlandersSquamish, BC About Blog Cait Flanders paid off $30,000 of debt, tossed 75% of her belongings and did a two-year shopping ban. She writes about consuming less and living more. Plutus Award for Best Canadian PF Blog 2013
Frequency about 1 post per month.
Since Jun 2011
Also in Simple Living Blogs
Blog caitflanders.com
Facebook fans 7,496. Twitter followers 11,395.

17. The Wallet Diet

The Wallet DietToronto About Blog A lifestyle blog on personal finance, travel, and minimalism. My name is Christine and I'm a freelancer living in Toronto. When I graduated university in 2010, my student debt was over $35,000. I was also spending carelessly, had never created a budget, and was living paycheque to paycheque. When I started The Wallet Diet in 2014, I billed myself strictly as a personal finance blog.
Frequency about 1 post per month.
Since Oct 2014
Blog thewalletdiet.com
Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers 1,562.

18. Financial Uproar

Financial UproarAlberta, Canada About Blog Financial Uproar is a personal finance/investing blog with one stated goal: if you read and implement our strategies, you'll end up richer. Read and you will get richer.
Frequency about 3 posts per week.
Since Dec 2014
Blog financialuproar.com
Facebook fans 338. Twitter followers 1,946.

19. My Life, I Guess

My Life, I GuessOntario, Canada About Blog The personal finance/lifestyle blog of Amanda, a 33 year old from Northern Ontario ambitiously trying to live a life worth blogging about. Money, Mistakes & Making the Most of It. Keeping the Person in Personal Finance since 2013.
Frequency about 1 post per week.
Blog mylifeiguess.com
Facebook fans 79. Twitter followers 1,231.

20. Freedom Thirty Five Blog

Freedom Thirty Five BlogVancouver BC About Blog Welcome. This is a finance blog based out of Vancouver, B.C. that will feature news and commentary related to personal finance, investing, and economics. The site began in 2010 as a public diary to track one blogger's journey to become financially independent when he turns 35 years old. It has since also become a social hub of like minded readers and commentators interested in personal finance. Follow this blog to get ideas on personal finance, investing and more.
Frequency about 1 post per month.
Since Nov 2010
Blog freedomthirtyfiveblog.com
Facebook fans 1,619. Twitter followers 2,731.

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