I am talking about LearnVest. I first heard about this on The Nate Show, and I recently saw a little mention in a magazine. An investigation ensued.
This is a website dedicated to uncomplicating our finances. Retirement, taxes, insurance, real estate. It's all there--and more. And it's all free. They even have a daily e-mail. (Check!)
I've only spent about thirty minutes at this point, but so far it is excellent. It's easy to see how this could have an Etsy effect (wherein you start out looking at one thing and find yourself, three hours later, with so much more in your mental inventory).
I have already read articles on getting a better cell phone rate, making your own 'green' cleaners, and brushing up on your auto insurance policy.
Confession: The site is targeted at women. Don't care. They break it down, Outkast-style. Ok. That's a bit strong, but for real, it's simple and easy to follow, without condescending to the reader. I really recommend this to everyone, but it would be especially good for younger people who are just graduating and starting to work/save money. Spoiler alert: one of my resolutions for 2011 is to learn more about investing and jump on it.