More financial advisors are starting to peddle their ‘expertise’ to the citizens of the world on Twittersphere...
Twitter has become an important source of information and more financial advisors starting to peddle their ‘expertise’ to the citizens of the world on Twittersphere. It gives you a front row seat for financial advice from top financial advisors and personal finance authority figures.
But with so many Twitter users out there, how do you know who’s giving quality tips. Below is a list of twitter’s top money advisers/ authority figures that you just have to follow – trust us you won’t be disappointed:
J. Money @Budgets Are Sexy
J. Money describes himself as a blogger/hustler/father, using his handle to share blog posts from his site BudgetsAreSexy.com, saving tips and helpful money related advice. J. Money makes personal finance fun, which seems to be paying off since he has about 21 000 followers.
Nimi Akinkugbe @MMWithNimi
With a career in the bank industry spanning 23 years and the current founder and CEO of Bestgames Ltd, a distributor of board games that distributes personal finance literacy - Nimi Akinkugbe knows a thing or two about personal finance. Through her website moneymatterwithmimi.com and her twitter handle, Mimi offers financial advice relevant to all Nigerians.
Jeff Rose Handle: @jjeffrose
Jeff Rose is a certified financial planner and founder of GoodFinancialCents.com. If you are looking for financial advice relevant to your current financial circumstance, then Jess’ your guy, like “Top 15 Reasons You'll Get Declined for Life Insurance” Rose shares valuable advice and even responds to questions from his followers.
Money Crashers @MoneyCrashers
Money crashers are a guide to personal fitness and is a great place to access the latest news on money planning, investing and retirement planning.
Get Rich Slowly @GetRichSlowly
Making Time magazine’s 2011 Best blogs list and with close to 40 000 followers, the guys over at Get Rich Slowly blog must know what they are doing. If you looking access to informative content and a handle that isn’t shy to tweet you back, make a turn.
While, Nerdwallet primarily speaks to an American audience, Nerdwallet is still beneficial to anyone outside the states looking for tips about Insurance, Credit cards and mortgages to insurance and banking accounts.
Wisebread is known for helping fans live large on a small budget, but besides providing useful money tip, its site and twitter handle, also offers everyday useful life skills.
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