Normally I don't like to brag. Just don't think that it's polite. But, sometimes it's hard not to.
Recently someone I respect greatly included The Dollar Stretcher.com in her list of the best financial sites on the web. I've know Liz Weston for years and admired her work just as long. She's a columnist for MSN, writes her own blog and contributes frequently in other financial venues.What I like about Liz is that she gets to the point, often digs out facts everyone else seemed to overlook and she makes it all understandable to the average reader. So when she says something I tend to take notice.
Periodically she'll do something highlighting sites that she respects in an area of the financial world. This time she decided to cover all financial sites. You'll find the article here. Seeing The Dollar Stretcher on the list understandably makes me feel good. But, much as I want you to rely on our information, please read Liz' article and check out some of her recommendations. I'm confident that she'll point you to some valuable resources.
Naturally I recognize that we've had literally thousands of authors and readers contribute to The Dollar Stretcher. No one person or small group of people could have done it. We've always been blessed with many wonderful contributors. Professionals, people who shared 'my story' or their tips and all the wonderful people who contribute to the forum. But I can't help but get a little prideful when we can display a button like this: