This week for the These Dads Are Doing It Right series I put together five dad blog sites that share their financial tips to help out families. From looking to retire early to teaching their kids how money and finances work these site are worth checking out. If you have a site that you enjoy going to that gives out advice about family finances please share it on the section below.
Brian Brandow – Debt Discipline
Brian Brandow is a dad, husband, and an IT professional by trade. He has been described as being sarcastic, funny, cranky, moody, and some other four-letter words he rather not write on his site. Laughter and sarcasm rule his home. He is a pet person, too. They have two dogs. Theu are Shiba Inu’s named Mushu and Meeko. He started his site to teach his three children to handle money better than he has in the past. His goal is to continue to champion the financial literacy message to anyone who will listen. He hopes that his family’s story will inspire and motivate you to take control of your money. Check out his site at debtdiscipline.com.
Chris – The Cash Dad
Chris also known as Cash Dad is a mechanical engineer. He has his own way of thinking, but he and his wife work together when it comes to their finances. They have made mistakes, and learned from them. He hopes that through this site he can help you to improve your financial situation too. He and his wife have 3 children. They are working hard towards a debt free life and the financial freedom that brings. He and his family are almost there. They just only have their mortgage to go. For them it has been a road not without its potholes and bumps along the way. He will tell you about it in at his site over at thecashdad.com.
Eric – The High Five Dad
Eric is the voice behind the website High Five Dad. He is sharing his adventures of being a dad, budget/finance tips, and just funny dad stories. This blog will serve as a sort of journal of his experiences, commentary, and basic advice to anyone up late at night searching google for “My toddler refuses to poop, now what”. He and his wife, Michelle has agreed to be on this parenting journey with him. After she said “I do” at the alter and now she is making the best of it. And of course, the star of his site is his son, Sawyer. Check out his site at highfivedad.com.
Robert Kiyosaki – Rich Dad
Best known as the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki has challenged and changed the way tens of millions of people around the world think about money. He is an entrepreneur, educator, and investor who believes that each of us has the power to makes changes in our lives, take control of our financial future, and live the rich life we deserve. With perspectives on money and investing that often contradict conventional wisdom, Robert has earned an international reputation for straight talk, irreverence, and courage and has become a passionate and outspoken advocate for financial education. Check out his site at richdad.com.
Joe Udo – Retire By 40 Financial Tips
Joe Udo started his site Retire By 40 when he left his job to take care of his son. Before the pandemic Joe found things easier when his son is going to school full time. He has more time to spend on his blog and he can volunteer at his son’s school. They tracked their cash flow and saved all of his income from 2010 to 2012. Those 2 years gave his family a chance to see if they could really survive with just one paycheck and his online income. They also reduced their annual expenses during that time and increased their net worth. See how he did it and other financial tips at over at his site at retireby40.org.
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