Know your finance on the Net
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DO YOU want to create a budget, learn how to save money and organise your finances? If you are keen to understand the power of money and know about better ways to invest, or anything else involving your personal finances, no matter what your fiscal intelligence - check out these sites on banking, budgeting, investing, shares and more.
http://www.paisapower.com: A virtual money manager. It doesn't just bring you financial solutions; it offers valuable and relevant information to help you make the right decisions. It brings together a vast array of products and services from all leading financial institutions, for you to pick and choose from.
http://www.themint.org: The best personal finance site on the Internet. Learn everything from how to start your own business to calculate how long it is going to take you to save your first million dollars. Get the basics on budgets and know if you are a spender or a saver.
MSN's money central
http://moneycentral.msn.com/home.asp: The best site on the Net for personal finance. A long list of themed articles describes everything from `bull and bear lore' to when to buy and sell stock. Ask a question about investments or personal finance.
Or search the list of categories that provide answers to many FAQs.
http://www.moneycontrol.com: A much merrier look at personal finance with some of the most popular financial related articles on the Internet.
Lively website offers excellent guidance on investment, also includes a portfolio manager.
http://www.smartmoney.com: The website offers expert market analysis, investing strategies, personal finance advice on topics such as retirement planning, car leasing, stock picking, and more.
The site offers plenty of articles on other personal finance subjects, many of them short and to the point, and very easy to read.
http://www.money.com: Money magazine covers the worlds of investing and spending to help readers achieve the lifestyles they want.
With just enough information on subjects like retirement planning, debt management, buying/leasing cars, and other financial topics to make it appealing to those who are interested in subjects other than investing in the stock market.
www.walletwatch.com: Extensive range of financial information on all the shares you might own or thinking of buying along with the latest news.
The site has everything from IPOs to mortgages, insurance to share dealing. A massive database of articles.
http://www.personalfn.com: A colourful website from Equitymaster.com.
It has a full selection of news and features, and some useful comparison tools with which to compare financial products.
My wealth guide
http://www.mywealthguide.com: An excellent source of wealth creation and personal financial planning.
It also has some of the basics of personal finance. This website offers vast amounts of personal finance information such as making a will, investment records, expense budget and so on.
http://www.moneypickle.com: Basic advice on a wide range of money-related subjects including mutual funds, credit cards, loans and so on.
The site has some useful comparison tools with which to compare financial products.
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