Top 14 websites that will teach you to be rich

If you want to be rich you’ll need a good education. The good news is that many websites out there give you just that for free!

I listed my top 14 favorite websites that give the most valuable information on how you can become rich.

Modest Money

Modest Money is a great website created by Jeremy Biberdorf. He covers topics like blogging (how you can make money with blogging), business , career (give you tricks and technics to get a job and more), credit (review of the best solution for credit), debt (how you can get out of debt), financial advice, investing, real estate and retirement (the way you can plan your retirement).

Reach Financial Independence

Reach Financial Independence is a must if you want both to become financially independent and to travel. The blog has been created by Pauline who’s gone on a 1 year world trip, she lived in Guatemala, Spain, UK and Morocco and now she’s come back to Guatemala to live there. What I like about her website is that she regularly shares her strategy for “Reaching financial independence with savings, hard work and simple living”.

Frugal Rules

This website has been created by John who explain how to make good financial decisions. He considers that one of the secrets to be financially successful is to be frugal and live by your means. You should definitely check his website to know more!

Monster Piggy Bank

Glen do a great job with his website. If you want to learn how to save and reduce debts efficiently this website is for you. In it he shares his debt elimination strategies. If you want to learn even more about that topic, Glen even wrote a book The A-Z of saving money

Everyday Bright

Every Bright is one of the “shiniest” blog on Internet. The blogger, Jennifer Gresham, shares her vision of happiness with her motto Reinvent your career. Dare to Shine. I think that her blog helps a lot people who crave for their dream but struggle to find balance in their live at the same time.

Good financial Cents

In his blog, Jeff covers topics like productivity, how you can retire early, how you can pay off debt… His content has a lot to do with how you can reprogram your life and get the results you want. What I like about Good Financial Cents is the podcast category. You should definitely check out and it costs only $0!

My Money Design

This blog will give you all the strategies that will lead to your financial freedom. Even if you are a beginner you will easily understand how to plan your retirement, how to invest (even in stocks), how to save money and to budget but also how to develop passive income streams. The blog has also a whole category about lifestyle, pretty darn good!

Budgets are sexy

I love this one! Budgets are sexy takes a brand new approach to teach you how to budget. I used to think that budgeting was boring. This blog make you think otherwise. I particularly love the category Millionaire club where you get a to-do list to start your wealth journey.

I will teach you to be rich

Ramit Sethi has created this blog and is also a New York Time bestseller. He wrote the book I will teach you to be rich. On his website he gives out a whole kit with an idea generator tool, he also teaches in this kit how you can negotiate your salary and gives you case studies from people who made thousands of dollars with his technics!

21st Century Education

Jamie McIntyre and its team have a goal: educate people about money and how you can become financially independent. This website has a lot of resources and give you an education on: real estate investment, stock exchange investment, debt reduction…The website also give away books!

I also had a interview with Jamie McIntyre who got millionaire by his 20s you should definitely check out here.

FI Journey

FI Journey is one of those website that gives regular and valuable articles. FI Pilgrim, the founder, does a great job here by making his content understandable by everyone. He shares with his readers his journey toward financial independence. Don’t hesitate to check out his website!

The Simple Dollar

Trent Hamm gives a lot of details in his website about how to fight debts and “get the good habits while building a financially secure future and still affording a latte or two”. What particularly caught my attention is the journey of Trent http://www.thesimpledollar.com/the-road-to-financial-armageddon-1-the-earliest-mistakes/. Read it and you will be astounded and inspired by his story.

Brian Tracy

Brian Tracy is a famous speaker and successful businessman. He gives tools for your personal development, for sales and business training as well as time management. He shares his experience as a millionaire.

Lifehacker money

You should also check out Lifehacker in the category money. They have regular and interesting content as well as a bunch tricks on how you can save or make money.

Simon Cave

9 comments… add one
  • ikonz February 24, 2014, 9:46 am

    I’m a huge fan of Frugal Rules and Life hacker. Both sites are great for having tips for saving and budgeting, with global relevance.

    I also like My Money Design.

    I really hope my site will make a “Top…” list someday!

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  • ikonz February 24, 2014, 9:47 am

    Meant to say 90million.blogspot.com.au, not My Money Design

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  • Chris @ CentsToMe September 30, 2014, 7:27 pm

    Great list!

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  • Michelle January 25, 2015, 8:33 pm

    Most of these are on my daily reading list!

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  • Elise November 24, 2015, 5:13 am

    All of these websites are great! A couple of months ago I enrolled in Ramit Sethi’s Earn1K program. Between that course and following your material/advice, I feel like I’ll be on my way very soon to financial independence. Yes, I want it that bad. 🙂 Thanks again!

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    • The Becomer November 24, 2015, 12:05 pm

      Hey Elise thank you for your comment 😉

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  • Corey Hinde December 3, 2015, 10:04 am

    Ramit is the man👍🏿- props also to the lifehacker team- great content

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  • C January 3, 2016, 3:41 pm

    Hello there

    Spent hours searching for a decent list like this, thank-you very much my man!

    Quick question – Would website do you recommend that can help me (a 24year old) find a job? I love I will teach you to be rich, but not quite willing to pay the $50,000,000 price tag for one of his course haha.

    C

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  • The Becomer January 5, 2016, 11:22 am

    Hey thank you for your comment. If I were you I would just go to LinkedIn and network as much as I could.

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