Our 10 fave Pinterest accounts for financial inspo

Posted: 26 February 2020 2:38 pm
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It often takes more than a little inspiration to make friends with your money. We made a list of our favorite Pinterest accounts to help spark, or renew, your financial enthusiasm with a wealth of boards and pins.

1. Wallet Hacks

  • Why we like it. With everything from a how-to on building a dividend stock portfolio to 10 weird things you can sell on eBay, Wallet Hacks makes for a fun financial follow.

Get ready for some great idioms, like all hat, no cattle to describe someone with a flashy car but no savings or investments. Jim Wang of Wallet Hacks shares his money-making strategies, and gives advice on increasing your credit score, pins on how to prepare for tax season and other money education pieces. And a variety of food and drink boards for good measure.


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2. Frugal Debt Free

  • Why we like it. Practicality is key when it comes to saving money, and the Money saving tips and tricks board by Frugal Debt Free oozes this.

Lydia of Frugal Debt Free provides strategies for families to save and make money. Money-saving tips go beyond just family living, too — even singles and couples can benefit from Lydia’s board.


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3. Retire by 40

  • Why we like it. Joe has a playful sense of humor and keeps Retire by 40 a good mix of solid personal finance tips, interesting explorations of financial independence and living frugally.

Learn from Joe’s journey by scoping out his boards about being a stay-at-home dad, passive income or the basics of investing. You can also follow along with his retirement goals and what it means to retire early.


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4. Clever Girl Finance

  • Why we like it. Well-organized boards make it easy to find the exact type of personal finance information you’re looking for.

Clever Girl Finance specializes in helping women take steps to build wealth. Its boards include money-saving tips, strategies for paying off student loans, getting out of debt and information about investing. Aside from original content, you’ll also find curated boards with various personal finance tips.


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5. Sarah Li Cain

  • Why we like it. Beyond The Dollar with Sarah Li Cain covers a wide range of personal finance topics with unique perspectives.

The best-of board gives you a curated look at the range of topics and views to explore. From value-based spending to anecdotes about financial mistakes and triumphs — you’ll find a lot of materials relating to the personal side of personal finance.


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6. Girl Talk with Fo

  • Why we like it. A board with thousands of tips geared toward millennials that go beyond giving up coffee.

Creator of the Dump Your Debt Challenge, Fo offers up boards with thousands of curated pins on how to save money, live frugally, pay down debt and budget better. You’ll also find a board dedicated to traveling without taking on debt.


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7. Cents and Order

  • Why we like it. A mix of curated pins and original content make for an interesting collection of personal finance strategies to inspire.

Beginners can benefit from budgeting, freebies, money-saving tips and money-management strategies, organized into separate boards for easy browsing. Plus, you’ll find loads of copycat recipes and home-organization hacks. Who doesn’t love a good Ikea hack?


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8. Lazy Man and Money

  • Why we like it. He took on an MLM company that sued him — and won.

Like many of our picks, the Lazy Man and Money links off to the blog by Brian — the Lazy Man himself. It also offers curated money-saving ideas that range from wild challenges to easy ways to build an emergency fund. You’ll also find excellent tips for reducing food costs.


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9. Money Boss Mama

  • Why we like it. A focus on the family side of personal finance makes Money Boss Mama stand out.

Tips for cutting debt, negotiating bills and budgeting without a high income are just part Dyana’s personal-finance boards. Her personal experience of crawling her way out of debt as a single mother of two helps to keep her financial perspective relatable to many. Keep your eye out for tips for working moms and personal growth inspo to feed your motivation.


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10. Growth Rapidly

  • Why we like it. Follow to get tips on the complicated homebuying process, along with resources to help you save for retirement.

Though retirement and home buying are where Growth Rapidly shines, you’ll also find nearly endless boards about making money and saving. Some of the money-saving tips can be a little less empathetic and more straightforward, but sometimes that’s just what you need.


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