The next sub aims to help those at lower income levels looking to make progress with their personal finances.
The mission of the sub is “financial advice, frugality tips, stories, opportunities, and general guidance for people who are struggling financially. No Judgement, just advice!”.
Sounds like a helpful space, right?
Well it is and /r/povertyfinance currently sits at 157,000 subscribers and counting. The sidebar features a collection of rules and reassurances to establish this sub as a place for support, advice and positivity. No shaming, judgement or belittling. It’s a space that seems to limit the amount of snippy comments or trolling that other personal finance subs might possess.
Topics discussed range from money saving hacks and managing debt to side hustles and growing your professional income.
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While not entirely a personal finance and money sub, /r/simpleliving is an engaging community that discusses the concepts of frugality and saving money in terms of the impact of living a simpler life.
The sub has suggested simple living books, collection of web resources and crafted list of FAQs.
If you’re looking for ways to mitigate complications, lessen stress, master your money, pursue ideas around minimalism and maximize happiness, this sub can aid in that journey. With over 141,000 subscribers, there is always engaging discussion taking place.
The description of the sub says it all, “breaking free of the work/spend/borrow cycle in order to live more fully, sustainably, and cooperatively.”.
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