April 29, 2014

Favorite Financial Education Bloggers

As part of our recent redesign of the Pathway to Financial Success website, we are proud to feature some of our favorite blogs about personal finance and financial education. These bloggers are authors, journalists, parents, teachers, money management experts and entrepreneurs. Some offer advice on saving, investing, paying off debt and selecting the best credit card while others share tips on educating children about money and establishing good financial habits, but they all share a common goal with Pathway to Financial Success – to empower others with information and knowledge that will help them have brighter financial futures.

Please note that Pathway is not affiliated with any of these blogs.

Affordable Schools Online
Authors: Frugal Dad (Jason) and Frugal Scholar (Trent)

About This Blog: AffordableSchoolsOnline.com debuted on the Web in 2007 as FrugalDad.com and is now a voice on the issues of higher education and how to pay for it.

Council for Economic Education
Author: Multiple authors

About This Blog: The Council for Economic Education (CEE) is the leading organization in the United States that focuses on the economic and financial education of students from kindergarten through high school.

Credit.com Blog
Authors: There are several authors for the blog

About This Blog: A team of experts provides personal finance advice and insights, including insights about budgeting and money management tips and ideas.

Dan Kadlec – TIME Blog
Author: Dan Kadlec

About This Blog: Dan writes about baby boomers, personal finance, the economy and financial education.

Dave Ramsey
Author: Dave Ramsey

About This Blog: Dave Ramsey is a personal money-management expert, author and national radio personality. He teaches others how to be responsible with their money.

The Simple Dollar
Author: Trent Hamm

About This Blog: The Simple Dollar is a site that offers simple ways to manage finances and save a little money.

Author: Multiple authors

About This Blog: WeAreTeachers offers inspiration for lessons and professional development resources for educators.

Your Guide to: Financial Literacy
Authors: Patricia Garfield and Alyson Amy Edge

About This Blog: The authors’ mission is to help teenagers and parents understand the basics of spending, earning, saving, giving and investing money. They aim to be an easy-to-understand resource for families to evaluate the goals and costs of higher education.

The Zela Wela Kids Blog – The Financial Life Skills Blog for Families
Author: Nancy Phillips

About This Blog: Nancy’s goal is to help improve the financial and life success skills of youth globally. Goal: To help 15 million families teach their children financial life skills by 2017.

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