Investopedia

I don’t like to admit it, but my lack of a business degree tends to make me feel easily intimidated when a conversation starts taking a turn for the financial. To solve this, Investopedia was born to provide a news blog that makes it easy to digest and really understand the financial markets. There are tons of resources like tutorials and videos that will help you keep up with the ever-changing world of money, and the news stories will keep you coming back for more.

Cliffs Notes

Ideal for high school and college students, Cliffs notes provides valuable resources like study guides and test prep for standard books and subjects you’ll have to read anyway. The site also provides resources for math and science, giving you the chance to finally master the dark arts of homework.

TED

For years, people have been benefiting from TED talks that provide free insights from the world’s smartest people. TED provides the value and learning growth of a seminar, but without the exorbitant costs and travel expenses, by providing visitors with tons of free video lectures. The app is also great for catching up on the latest talks, and you can even download some on iTunes.

Mind tools

There are countless blogs that you can enjoy for being interesting and mildly useful, but how many of them actually help you with your career? A mind tool is a blog that teaches you what they call “practical career skills” that you can apply at your job. This is a great daily read for entry-level workers who want to make a great impression and the variety of topics and advice provided make this is a fantastic bookmark for anyone wanting to excel.

Young Entrepreneur

This is the ideal forum for any entrepreneur seeking information, help, ideas or feedback. Being an active member of the forum, I know first hand that they have one of the most helpful communities out there.

Retire At 21

An incredibly successful young, online entrepreneur created this forum for all entrepreneurs. If you’re looking for general discussions on entrepreneurship or website critiques in particular, this is the place to go.

Startup Nation

Startupnation’s forum, they have a social network with over 80,000 members. Join this network and you’ll have access not only to the forum but also the marketplace and a huge amount of resources.

Small Business Forums

This forum is primarily for small business owners with questions. Every topic having to do with starting a business is covered here.

The Fastlane to Millions

This forum has an awesome that really adds to the experience. Definitely worth dropping by to learn about the best ways in making money.

The Admin Zone

The Admin Zone is a great place for online entrepreneurs to hang out. Have a problem, question or idea? Share it there and you’ll receive superb replies.

Digital Point

This massive forum covers every topic online. It’s the place to go to if you want to learn more about every aspect in the “online” world.

Business Insider

Entrepreneur.Com

Home Business

Reach Force

Small Business Forum

UK Business Forum

Start Up Nation

Micro Business

Business Habit

US Small Business Administration

Australian Business 

B Plan .COM