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Is there a US equivalent to moneysaving expert?

Old Jun 19th 2012, 1:12 am
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Just wondering! I really miss Martin Lewis and his great tips.
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Old Jun 19th 2012, 3:24 am
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There are a couple of well-publicized "personal finance gurus" out here.

The ones that come to mind are Clark Howard, Suze Orman and Dave Ramsey. Clark Howard is on CNN, Suze Orman on MSNBC (?) on Saturday Night and at least Clark and Dave have podcasts you get for free.

Personally I prefer Clark Howard's advice, Dave Ramsey can get a little repetitive and I don't watch enough Suze Orman for a fully formed opinion. However what I've seen, I mostly agree with.
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Thanks! I was hoping for a great website like moneysavingexpert.com with all the great tips in one place, vouchers etc.
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Haven't found that sort of site yet, unfortunately.
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There are lots

bankrate.com
bogleheads.org
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Isn't Motley Fool (Fool.com) something similar?

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Old Jul 2nd 2012, 1:28 pm
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Motley Fool certainly has the sort of forums that might well act as a good substitute for the moneysavingexperts forums. Some of the content requires payment but I can't remember if that includes the forums or not.
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There are lots

bankrate.com
bogleheads.org
Yep, bankrate is the one I usually gravitate towards.
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