11 websites that will make you smarter about money

by: Sarah Schmalbruch

Not everyone has a financial adviser, and not everyone has the time to read a personal finance book.

Luckily, there’s the internet.

We’ve made learning about money easier for you by compiling a list of some of our go-to websites for money advice.

Happy browsing.

1. Investopedia

Why we like it: Investopedia’s dictionary is great for finding easy-to-understand, comprehensive definitions of financial terms or concepts.

It also provides tutorials on everything from income taxes to becoming a landlord. The site even features study guides for nationally administered finance exams.

Best for: Looking up the definition of a QTIP Trust and figuring out if you need one.

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