Here are three links to people/places that are involved in personal finance from a professional perspective:
-- Color of Money (Michelle Singletary, Washington Post) About two years ago, I subscribed to receive about 10 categories of e-mail updates from the Washington Post. It didn't take long for me to get aggravated at the abundance of e-mails. Now all I receive from the Post is "Breaking News" and "Color of Money" from Mrs. Singletary.
-- Kiplinger.com One of the standard personal finance resources. Also publish Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine. A lot of their information is investment-driven (because that's what a lot of people want to read about), but they do probably have helpful information for whatever you're looking for. It just might take you a minute to find it.
-- Motley Fool This resource leans toward investment (especially the Stock Market) information most heavily on the front page, etc. It does have a long list of links on the left for personal finance interests though. It has the most comprehensive list of calculators that I've run across. You might not use the Fool as often as other sites, but it's worth keeping handy.
Color of Money