About the r/personalfinance community
r/personalfinance is a Subreddit for Financial Independence with roughly 14.9M members. It uses a forum format for communication.
In their own words
Learn about budgeting, saving, getting out of debt, credit, investing, and retirement planning. Join our community, read the PF Wiki, and get on top of your finances!
Elite CurrenSea(1)Money management in Forex & CFD trading community. We develop, test and launch automated trading solution to trade via MetaTrader 4/5 platforms and allow retail and institutional client to invest in our methods.
Your Money and Your LifeYour Money and Your Life is NPR's online community for anyone who wants to start saving, save more, or make better informed investment decisions. To be clear, NPR is not offering individual tax or financial “advice.” For that you should always seek the assistance of professionals. Nor are we endorsing any particular investment, investment strategy, fund, broker or adviser. We’re pulling together key principles from acknowledged experts that you may want to consider while making financial decisions. And please no solicitations within this site. Basically, if you’re trying to sell people advice or financial products of any kind – this is not the group for you! Much of the content on this site is posted by group members not affiliated with NPR.
Frugal HackersThe Frugal Hackers Slack Community is an informal, supportive, and positive space to chat about Frugality, Personal Finance, Financial Independence, Early Retirement and Life Hacking. Connect with bloggers and experts on a deeper level to share and learn from each other in an informal setting.
r/financialindependenceThis is a place for people who are or want to become Financially Independent (FI), which means not having to work for money. Financial Independence is closely related to the concept of Early Retirement/Retiring Early (RE) - quitting your job/career and pursuing other activities with your time. At its core, FI/RE is about maximizing your savings rate (through less spending and/or higher income) to achieve FI and have the freedom to RE as fast as possible.
YNAB Support ForumWelcome to our community! Browse the forums, share a tip, give your feedback, ask a question, and search to find answers.