African American Financial Bloggers

William Huston, CCO, AIF®
by in 0Published on August 11, 2021

What Is a Financial Blog?

A financial blog is an online platform or forum that relays relevant financial information to its target audience/ consumers. Some financial blogs provide information on technical principles of the finance industry while others take a more casual approach. These ones usually are a reflection of personal opinion or the opinions of associated people. A lot of running financial blogs are usually provided free of charge on the internet to the general public.

Here are some of the top financial blogs that provide useful financial information:

African American Financial Blogs

1.The Budgetnista

African American Financial Blogger

Tiffany Aliche is the founder of the Budgetnista blog. She is also an award-winning financial education teacher. It is an online financial blog that led to the creation of a financial movement that has aided more than one million women worldwide to completely shift their mindsets about personal finance. The women who participate in the "Live Richer Movement" are called Dream catchers. They are from 100+ countries and the virtual community consists of over 650,000 women. Since the founding of the movement, the Dream Catchers have collectively paid off over $200 million dollars in debt and have saved more than $ 250 million dollars.

https://thebudgetnista.com/

2. His & Her Money

African American Financial Blogger

His & Her Money is a financial blog ran by Talaat and Tai McNeely. They use their platform to teach their audience how to navigate personal finance and also finances within a marriage or with a partner. Talaat and Tai McNeely were able to move from a point of heavy debt within their marriage and into building wealth and helping others along the way on how to do it too.

https://www.hisandhermoney.com/

3.The Frugal Feminista

African American Financial Blogger

Finance coach Kara Stevens is the mastermind behind The Frugal Feminista platform. Her mission is to help high-net-worth women who are within the 6-figure bracket get rid of debt, save their money, retire while financially secure, invest easily, and scale their wealth without having to deprive themselves too much.

https://www.thefrugalfeminista.com/

4.Paychecks And Balances

African American Financial Blogger

Paychecks & Balances is is a blog/ podcast that was created by Rich Jones. Rich who has over ten years experience in HR & Recruiting also became debt-free in 2018. Through his blog led by founder and host, Rich Jones. He started Paychecks & balances, an award-winning multimedia platform to help Gen Y+ navigate their careers, finances to achieve the financial freedom that they desire.

Rich Jones is also the founder of The Show Starter YouTube channel, which is dedicated to helping new and upcoming podcasters begin and grow their shows to reach a wider audience.

https://paychecksandbalances.com/

5.My Debt Epiphany

African American Financial Blogger

My Debt Epiphany is a blog that was started by Choncé who is a Certified Financial Education Instructor (CFEI) personal finance coach as well as a professional writer. She helps young and ambitious millennials and Gen Z college graduates who want to pursue entrepreneurship regain control over their finances to live fuller lives with fewer limitations in their lives. The blog not only teaches people how to tackle debt, but also through her website she's able to equip millennials to transform their lives and discover more of who they are by being in better financial situations.

http://mydebtepiphany.com/

6.Ask The Money Coach

African American Financial Blogger

Ask The Money Coach is a blog that focuses on managing personal finances to build personal wealth. The platform was started by Lynnette Khalfani-Cox who is a personal finance expert, speaker and author of fifteen money-management books. Through her platform, she teaches people how to improve their credit, create budgets and stick to them and also ways on how to pay off credit card debt.

https://askthemoneycoach.com/

7. Broke On Purpose

African American Financial Blogger

Melody Wright is a Financial Empowerment Coach, Certified Financial Education Instructor, Speaker, and personal finance Author behind the Broke On Purpose blog. Through the platform, she provides knowledge to people who'd like to take control of their personal finances to create a better life for themselves through financial education and literacy. She also helps people with the concept of budgeting, clearing debt and properly setting their long-term financial goals to help them build personal wealth.

https://livebrokeonpurpose.com/

8. Patrice Washington Blog

African American Financial Blogger

Patrice Washington is a personal finance expert, a number one best-selling author, a speaker as well as a coach to women who would like to do great work in the world and earn very good money while doing so. She believes that with discipline, it's very possible to live a very fulfilled life.

https://patricewashington.com/

9. Mint Worthy

African American Financial Blogger

Mint Worthy is a blog that was created by Vanessa to help women change their relationship with money and to empower them to live a life of financial freedom. She helps women regain control of their finances and also teaches them to stop downsizing their dreams and ambitions to match their bank accounts.

https://www.mintworthy.co/

10. Finances Demystified

African American Financial Blogger

Finances Demystified is a blog that was founded by award-winning personal finance expert, Dominique Broadway to educate millennials and help them achieve their personal finance goals and live the lives that they desire. In addition to the blog, there's also an online Facebook community called the Millennial Wealth Builders where information and ideas are exchanged.

https://www.financesdemystified.com/

Bay Street Capital Holdings

Bay Street Capital Holdings

Bay Street Capital Holdings is an independent investment advisory, wealth management, and financial planning firm headquartered in Palo Alto, CA. They manage portfolios with the goal of maintaining and increasing total assets and income with a high priority on managing total risk and volatility. Although many advisors may focus on maximizing returns, they place a higher priority on managing total risk and volatility.

Our founder, William Huston founded Bay Street after 13 years of supporting the United States' largest retirement plan ($650B) Thrift Savings Plan. He is recognized as Investopedia’s Top 100 Financial Advisors for 2021. In California, only two black-owned firms out of nineteen firms received this recognition. In Scottsdale Arizona, Ekenna Anya-Gafu CFP, AAMS is recognized among the Best Financial Advisors for his responsiveness, friendliness, helpfulness, and detail. Bay Street was founded to advocate for diverse and emerging fund managers and entrepreneurs. In 2021, Bay Street was selected as a finalist out of over 900 firms across the US in the category of Asset Manager for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

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