Top 100 Debt Conquering Blogs of 2019

If you’re looking for practical, comprehensive and educational debt blogs that can better your financial position and teach you all the tricks you need to master your debt payoff, you’ve come to the right place!

Here are the best 100 debt conquering blogs you should follow in 2019 if you’re serious about getting out of debt.

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Over the past few years there has been an explosion of high quality personal finance and debt blogs with a variety of specializations. We decided to see which blogs came out on top.

Whether you’re a die hard penny hoarder or planning your route to FIRE (financial independence retire early), these blogs will provide you with the tools, tips and techniques you need to get the most out of your debt payoff!

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Here’s the Top Debt Conquering Blogs:

The Penny Hoarder
Kyle Taylor
If you've done any searches for anything personal finance related, no doubt you've come across The Penny Hoarder. The Penny Hoarder is one of the largest personal finance websites in the United States and globally, averaging more than 16 million monthly readers. Inc. Magazine awarded The Penny Hoarder in 2017 the prestigious No. 1 spot for the fastest-growing private media company for the second consecutive year, and 25th fastest-growing private company on their Inc. 5000 list. Kyle Taylor, founder and CEO started the site in 2010 and it has been profitable since proving that commitment to quality content does pay off. As a result of its success, The Penny Hoarder has featured by media outlets such as Fox News, CNBC, Oprah, Yahoo and Forbes. The site often features debt pay off stories that are motivating and sure to inspire you
Mint
Aaron Patzer
Mint is a digital personal finance service founded in 2006 and provides a platform to track your finances by connecting to your accounts.

MintLife, was started shortly after as a personal finance blog that would act as a significant money management resource for young consumers.

Mint grew quickly enough to sell to Intuit for $170 million after three years in business.

The blog covers a variety of topics and from a debt perspective, has a strong emphasis on credit awareness.

One of the featured writers, Zina Kumok was recently featured on a podcast episode on Chain of Wealth
NerdWallet
Tim Chen
NerdWallet was founded in 2009 and is a must use resource when trying to make a decisions by comparing various products available from various banks and insurance companies.

2016, NerdWallet had a valuation of $550 million and projected revenue of about $100 million.

The site is targeted towards millennials and its comparison tools provide information on credit card selection, college loans, banking, mortgage loans, stock trading and insurance policies.

The site boasts being exceptionally user-friendly and makes searching for financial products a breeze

Congratulations to all winners!

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