Top Personal Finance Blogs of 2012

Top personal finance blogs 2012Do you read personal finance blogs? If so, you know what a great resource they can be and how fun it is to read a variety of different blogs. That’s why we’re excited to announce that we’re partnering with Sean from OneSmartDollar.com to give out awards to the Top Personal Finance Blogs of 2012.

And the best part is that you can nominate your favorite blogs! Just go to the nomination page and tell us which blog you’d like to nominate.

In addition to prizes for those bloggers who are chosen as the best of 2012, we are also giving away a $100 cash prize to one of the readers of the winning blog to help that person pay off their debt or increase their savings!

We are really grateful that the community of personal finance bloggers has embraced ReadyForZero as a tool that can help their readers get out of debt. As we’ve found more and more of these blogs we’ve also been amazed at the depth and breadth of experiences and knowledge that is shared on a daily basis.

While personal finance bloggers encourage people to make good financial decisions and provide them with the information that will enable them to do so, we continue to build the best tool possible for getting out of debt. These two missions are obviously complimentary and we hope to continue building more relationships with personal finance blogs.

In the meantime please take a moment to nominate your favorite blog and feel free to tell us in the comments below who you think should win!

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  • http://www.debtroundup.com/ Grayson @ Debt Roundup

    Thanks for creating this resource. It should be a good contest.

    • http://www.twitter.com/bwfeldman Benjamin Feldman

      Thanks, Grayson!

  • http://www.debtconsolidationcare.com/User/NathanielCopeland Nathaniel Copeland

    Let the games begin :D Thank you for putting this up.

    • http://www.twitter.com/bwfeldman Benjamin Feldman

      Thanks, Nathaniel!