The Internet hosts a seemingly countless number of personal-finance blogs. Some chronicle the day-to-day struggles of individuals trying to make it big. Others are operated by some of the financial world's largest corporations.
Here's a sampling of current noteworthy postings:
Not entirely smart with money? Tracy Coenan offers a simplified budgeting plan that will make you change your spending habits at
Don't want to get charged? Mary Pilon of
shows students how to prepare for checking-account changes after graduation.
Mystery shopping and more can earn you an extra $100 a month at
Millionaire Money Habits
provides 10 ways to talk to your teenager about personal finance.
Gen-Xers can learn how to make money off of rising gas prices from Jeremy at
shows the way to get a $100 bonus just for opening a checking account with Chase, part of
(JPM - Get Report)
Plan out 2008 by setting realistic goals as detailed by Erik Folgate at
There are a lot of lessons to be learned about the credit-card world at
Blueprint for Financial Prosperity
. The insight is gleaned from the confessions of a Chase representative.
is asking everyone else to pay off his student loans -- and it's working!
gives a month by month, city by city travel guide of where to go and when, at the lowest prices.
Find the 15 credit cards with the best rewards programs at