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As a member of this great personal finance blogosphere, we would be remiss if we didn’t point you in the direction of a few other excellent, trustworthy resources for your review. With that in mind, we wanted to put together the following blogroll for your reference. Knowledge is power, after all. We can’t offer everything here, and there are plenty of more niche sites that might really inspire you to save, learn and invest.

This blogroll has been curated to provide resources for specific professions such as teachers and doctors. A few can get extremely technical, while others stay more basic. Still others push you to inspire yourself to not only change your budget, but change your life as well.

The way we see it, the more all of us can learn about personal finance, the better off we will be in both the short- and longer-term.

The Simple Dollar

Mr. Money Mustache

The Mad FIentist

Physician on FIRE

Teacher Investor

Financially Blonde

Rockstar Finance

reddit.com/r/personalfinance

80/20 Your Finances

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Check out the ongoing, full retirement ladder here:

Step 0: Create a budget that helps you get wealthy

Step 1: Why building an emergency fund is so important for your nest egg

Step 1.5: What type of account is best for your emergency fund?

Step 2: Contribute to your 401(k) up to the company match

Step 2.5: How should I pick the best 401(k) investments for me?