• http://marriedwithdebt.com/ John @MarriedWithDebt

    Never heard of Khan Academy but it looks worth checking out. Thanks for sharing.

    • Tuhin

      With respect……u r not up to date.

  • http://www.objectivewealth.co.uk/ Drew

    Excellent general reference tools for personal finance. The fact they’re free to access is great for increasing financial literacy for anyone with access to the internet.

  • debtandburied

    The Motley Fool should be on this list. It’s more geared to investing, but very useful for all personal finance.

    • https://sites.google.com/site/davidagomezwriter/ David Gomez

      I’ve never used the Motley Fool. I’ll have to check it out. That’s what’s so awesome about the Internet, there are tons of good resources that some people who are in the know haven’t even heard of. I love it.

  • http://www.budgetforwealth.com/ Long Pham

    I’ve been hearing more and more about Khan Academy lately. I’ll have to take a look soon.

    I think the greatest thing about the internet is the wealth of information that is available, essentially for free. Although people have to do a lot of filtering sometimes, it’s great that resources emerge that become authority figures.

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