FinanceFeedback is an independent finance and investment blog, providing personal finance and investment advice. We believe in educating our readers, so we publish the best articles on a variety of topics, with a focus on current affairs.
Our goal is to help you make better financial decisions: whether you are looking for a new career or trying to decide which financial product would be right for you.
Our personal finance blog also provides personal loans, mortgages and credit cards as well as advice on how to handle your finances before, during and after retirement.
We were launched as FinanceFeedback.com in 2022 by Finance Specialist who wanted to create a community around finance.
Our mission has shifted focus to shine light on finance and investment topics. We are now more focused on serving professional investors, collecting financial data and interpreting it in an unbiased manner that is free of company sponsored opinions.
The blog is dedicated to the world of finance, financial advice, investments, job, career, mortgage, loan, pension and taxes.
Through our articles we try to cover topics such as personal finances; training for extra money; investing; property investment in Europe; mortgages and loans; health insurance; pensions and retirement planning etc.
Another goal is to provide our readers with the best possible insights about these topics so that you can make better decisions on what might be the right decision for you!
Our team is made up of professional, experienced journalists who are committed to providing quality articles on a broad range of topics from dividend investing to how much tax you’ll pay if your annual salary is $50,000.
We work directly with editors and staff members of some of the biggest publications in the industry. We also have partnerships with banks and organizations.
FinanceFeedback combines credible resources into one place. There’s a lot of misinformation out there when it comes to finance so its important that people are educated as much as possible before they decide what they should do next.