Millennial Money RSS Feeds
Site - millennialmoney.com/blog
About Site - My name is Grant and Millennial Money is my mission and passion. It is a Personal Finance, Investing, and Entrepreneurship community. Learn How to Make More Money and Accelerate Your Financial Independence.
Site - millennialmoneyman.com/blog
About Site - Welcome to Millennial Money Man. This site is a personal finance resource for young people that covers debt-freedom, making more money, and building wealth.
Site - thecollegeinvestor.com
About Site - The College Investor helps millennials get out of student loan debt to start investing, building passive income, and wealth for the future. Today, it's the go to resource for millennials looking for information about how to get out of student loan debt and start investing in their future. Follow this blog to get tips on Millennial Personal Finance and Investing.
Site - amandaabella.com/blog
About Site - Hey there! I'm a millennial business coach who teaches online entrepreneurs how to make money their honey with online marketing. My mission is to provide the millennial generation with practical, simple, and effective resources for personal development, business growth and personal finance.
Site - jessicamoorhouse.com/blog
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
About Site - Hello! I’m Jessica and I’m a millennial personal finance expert, award-winning blogger, host of the Mo’ Money Podcast, founder of the Millennial Money Meetup and co-founder of Rich & Fit..I Blog about saving, budgeting & investing Money. When I started this blog 5 years ago, I just wanted it to be a way for me to track my personal finance journey and keep myself accountable. Follow my blog as I share tips on saving, budgeting & investing.
Site - genyplanning.com
About Site - I'm Sophia! The Gen Y Planning team believes that your 20s and 30s are one of the best times to seek financial planning help in order to build a secure financial foundation for the future.
Site - youngmoneyblog.co.uk
About Site - Iona Bain is the founder of the Young Money Blog, the first and only blog absolutely dedicated to young people’s finances. Iona appears regularly on television and radio to discuss financial issues and how they affect young people.
Site - millennial-revolution.com
About Site - 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.
Site - apathyends.com
About Site - Hello, My name is Chris but I go by "Mr AE" around here. This site is all about Taking Action and becoming one of those success stories you read about instead of letting Apathy steal your ambition. Nothing makes me happier than seeing fellow Millennials pursue Financial Independence.
Site - frugal-millennial.com
About Site - I’m Jen, and I’m passionate about helping fellow millennials to make smarter financial choices to lead healthier lives and learn to be content with less.
Site - poorerthanyou.com
About Site - Stephanie has been sharing her personal finances, observations, and real talk about money on Poorer Than You for 10 years now. Poorer Than You is a personal finance blog for college students and mainly focusing on Millennials or Generation Y. This site offers no “get rich quick” schemes, but the goal here is to put you in a better financial position.
Site - brokemillennial.com/blog
About Site - Hey! I’m Erin. I help millennials like you get your financial life together through this blog, my book, lectures, and workshops. I'm here to give you practical advice so you can navigate the pesky but important money questions on your mind.
Site - fierymillennials.com
About Site - Welcome to my blog! If you are a millennial who hates the rat race, this is the place to be!I started this to document my journey to Financial Independence. My goal is to help guide my fellow millennials along similar paths to financial freedom.
Site - my-alternate-life.com
About Site - Hi, I am Jordann. I am Atlantic Canadian millennial personal finance blogger.I started this blog to chronicle my journey out of debt, and to show that it’s possible to be financially secure, even as a millennial.
Site - mymillennialguide.com
About Site - My Millennial Guide is a finance-focused online publishing platform empowering others to take part in better financial literacy. Learn the best ways to save money, make more money, and get career advice by joining the Millennial community.
Site - themillennialbudget.com
About Site - My name is Stefan. Welcome to my personal finance blog! The millennial generation has the highest debt burden of any generation and this is why I decided to begin a blog. I hope to use this blog to educate and motivate my readers, and provide high-quality financial advice. #PersonalFinance Blogger | Dividend Investor | MBA | Tax Accountant | Caribbean Born | Millennial Advocate
About Site - Hi! We're Zack & Jen – Millennial Money bloggers and founders of FreeUp. We help millennials figure out their money meaning we help you get clear on what tools to use so you can reach your personal financial goals. Whether it's budgeting, saving, investing or earning more money, we can help you figure out personal finance.
About Site - Millennial Personal Finance is a blog dedicated to helping people earn, save, and grow their money. Millennial Personal Finance was created to help solve the severe lack of financial literacy in our nation. Our goal is to educate millennials on the various personal finance topics that will affect their lives for years to come.
Site - millennialmoneydiaries.com
San Francisco, CA
About Site - Hey there! My name is Jing, and welcome to the Millennial Money Diaries. This blog is meant to be a place to share my daily spending, monthly budgets, tips, and random personal finance tidbits.
Site - whitneyhansen.com/blog
About Site - Hi I am Whitney. I teach millennials how to pay off debt and gain financial independence. I give them the tools to have more fun with money. Real money advice for millennials.
Site - stockstreetblog.com
About Site - Learning how to invest can be confusing, but it doesn't have to be. Stock Street helps beginner millennial investors navigate the crazy investment world. Whether you want to learn how to invest in the stock market through individual stocks or index funds, Stock Street can help you get there! You will find articles about different topics for beginner millennial investors.
Site - yourmillennialmoney.com/blog
Los Angeles, CA
About Site - HI, I am Shannah. Welcome to Your Millennial Money. This is a place where we can solve all those silly nagging questions that you have about credit cards, debt, building wealth, saving money, starting a business, do I buy life Insurance, where should I be putting my money, etc.
New York, NY
About Site - I'm Leah. Welcome to Urban 20 Something and I'm here to help you make money outside of your 9-5 job and build wealth at a young age, and are becoming financially secure and ahead.
Site - brokegirlrehab.com
About Site - Hello friends! I’m Katasha and this little corner of the Internet is where I blog about getting out of debt, saving money and building wealth. Broke Girl Rehab, is a financial education website for upwardly-mobile, millennial black women.
Site - baystreetblog.com
About Site - Bay Street Blog is a platform for Millennial Finance – with a focus on Personal Finance, and Self Directed Investing topics. With a team of Contributing Authors from different Canadian Universities, our goal is to improve your financial literacy.
About Site - Millennial Money Advice is a blog dedicated to teaching millennials the basics of money management including investing, saving money, and earning extra income.
Site - moneysavvyravi.com/blog
About Site - Ravi Rajani has arrived to make sense of these complicated issues in an interesting and accessible way for everyone. He is ready to discuss topical issues, de-jargon concepts and provide his money saving & investing tips to millennials everywhere.
Site - launchyourfinances.com/blog
About Site - Hi, I’m Conor Richardson. I write about Personal Finance for Millennials: paying off debt, saving cash and designing your financial freedom. Thousands of people read my material to learn how to pay off debt, save more and find the financial freedom to design their life. This means eliminating credit card debt, paying off student loans, saving serious cash, funding your retirement etc.
Site - drunkenmoney.com/blog
About Site - Hi, We are Paul and John, two financial professionals and Drunken Money is our brainchild. We were tired of hearing millennials being stereotyped and talked down to by older generations regarding their finances. We wanted a place where millennials could help each other, and everyone could learn some cool stuff in the process.
About Site - Money-Smart Millennials comes to fill a need for the millennial generation. The tips and mindset exposed in the book are not those of a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), a financial planner or financial adviser. They are simply based on the experiences of a millennial who has achieved financial stability and has helped others to do the same.
Site - onemillennialworld.com
About Site - I am Lara. I live near Denver, Colorado. I am a nurse, a millennial and a personal finance champion. I started this blog because I want you to know that I am just a typical millennial, but I learned to manage my money, live below my means, pay off debts, work hard and make my money work hard for me.
Site - youngfinances.com/blog
About Site - LaTisha “Tish” Styles is a nationally recognised millennial personal finance expert, author, and TV personality. LaTisha helps corporations, investment advisers, and financial service firms reach a millennial audience leveraging blogs, social media, and video content to build a buzz.
Site - cognizantmillennial.com
About Site - My name is Brittany. I love personal finance and business which is why I saw it fitting to share my experiences with my fellow millennials. I’m not an expert. I am a mother who is constantly thinking about my financial future as well as my daughters.