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These 5 Finance e-Newsletters Practically Deliver Money to Your Inbox

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Giving your email address out is like giving away your credit card information: If you enter it willy-nilly, you’ll surely regret it.

Maybe it’s not that serious. But 8,000 unread messages can be as stressful as a stolen card.

That’s why you want to make sure the emails you get are really worth your time. Your e-newsletters should be to the point, full of good information and — most of all — fun to read.

That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the best business and personal finance newsletters to cut the inbox clutter and keep you in the know.

These Are the Best Business and Financial Newsletters

You don’t need all of these, but subscribing to one or two can seriously improve your relationship with money, your job performance and how smart you look on first dates.

Morning Brew

If you want to be privy to what’s going on in business but don’t have the time — or attention span — for every breaking update, you’ll love Morning Brew.

The daily newsletter gives a witty and digestible stock market recap, major business news and interesting lifestyle fodder. But any newsletter can do that. What sets Morning Brew apart is that it reads like an email from a close friend.

The quippy headlines and fun tone will keep you scrolling all the way to the bottom — which you should do, because that’s where the hilarious “Breakroom” section is.  

Rockstar Finance Daily Digest

There are too many personal finance blogs to follow all of them, but they offer a ton of thought-provoking and relatable value. That’s where Rockstar Finance comes in.

Every weekday, you’ll get three hand-picked articles in your inbox that run the gamut of personal finance topics.

Rockstar Finance also has a directory of over 1,700 blogs that cover everything from debt payoff journeys to real estate investing, frugality, financial independence journeys and more. You can sort them by target audience to find your new favorite blogger.

DailyWorth

Amanda Steinberg, creator and CEO of DailyWorth, enters your inbox every day with relatable, non-jargony explainers about everything business, life and personal finance.

With popular articles like “Are You & Your Sweetheart Financially Compatible?” and “How to Write a Professional Work Email,” this newsletter aims to help women get ahead in all areas of their financial lives.

I also love her MoneyType assessment. It reveals your money personality — with scary accuracy — and identifies areas where you can improve your money mindset.

Clark Howard

Clark Howard is a consumer advocate and money expert with a wealth of knowledge. You can find him at Clark.com; his deals website, ClarkDeals.com — we check it to find great restaurant deals — or on his podcast, “The Clark Howard Show.”

His daily newsletter includes information on scams, product reviews and savings tips. There’s so much good stuff in there, you’ll enjoy seeing it in your inbox.

The Penny Hoarder Daily

OK, maybe we’re a little biased, but we love The Penny Hoarder newsletters. That’s right, I said newsletters — plural.

When you sign up for The Penny Hoarder Daily, you’ll get an email Monday through Friday with the best and latest deals, work-from-home jobs and even a word of the day — something you can impress the boss with at this year’s Catalina Wine Mixer. You’ll also get To Sum It Up, a collection of our most popular content from the week, every Saturday.

But wait… there’s more!

In the footer of every email, you can click on “Update Your Mailing Preferences” to subscribe to our weekly niche newsletters, including Food, Jobs and occasional Breaking Deal Alerts. You can also unsubscribe from any of them if five Penny Hoarder newsletters is too much for you — but they’re pretty funny, so we don’t see a reason not to get them all.

Jen Smith is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She gives money saving and debt payoff tips on Instagram at @savingwithspunk. She hates a cluttered inbox but always makes room for The Penny Hoarder’s weekly food newsletter.

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