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If you’re a young parent trying to make sense of the stock market in between grocery shopping and PTA meetings, you likely don’t have the time or headspace for the in-depth articles on sites like Investopedia and Bankrate. And yet, mommy-brain notwithstanding, you don’t feel comfortable plunking down your money without first reading up on your investment of choice. 

Thanks to Amanda Steinberg, you can have your investing advice and your “me time,” too.   

Amanda is a busy parent just like you – and she knows what it’s like to juggle so many balls that you’re just waiting for one of them to drop. Amanda founded her popular personal finance site, DailyWorth, to serve money-minded moms and dads. Chock-full of investing advice and beyond, the site is a wealth of information for the financially perplexed and those who are ready to bring their money management to the next level. The articles are written in an easy-to-understand style, so scrolling through them after tackling a mountain of laundry won’t throw your brain into a tailspin. 

Click on the menu button and you’ll find a long list of categories like Money, Work, Life, Family, Retirement and Tools, each with several sub-categories filled with archived articles on these subjects. Whatever it is you’re seeking in the way of financial advice, you’ll find it here! 

The site’s home page features an array of just-posted articles on money tips for families just like yours. Here’s what’s trending on DailyWorth now:

  • Buying My First House Impoverished My Family
  • What Bitcoin Reminds Us About Investing Basics
  • Do I Have to Pay Taxes on Side Gig Income?
  • What It’s Really Like to Work Full-Time and Be a Mom
  • What It’s Really Like to be a Working Father
  • 6 Important Money Strategies for Single-Income Couples

Sounds intriguing? Check out DailyWorth for the full articles. You might just get hooked – and your savings account will be glad you did! 

Your Turn: What’s your favorite source for investing advice? Tell us all about it in the comments!


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