Six Finance Experts You Should Follow Right Now
When it comes to getting money advice, who is your most trusted source? Is it your dad? Your best friend? That stranger that you follow on Instagram for some reason who likes to post pictures of themselves waving around fat stacks?
(If it’s that last one, we suggest you look elsewhere for advice.)
Well, no matter who you look to for financial wisdom, it never hurts to get a second opinion. That’s why we’ve compiled this list of six bonafide money experts that you can follow on Twitter today.
Michelle Singletary is the author of “The 21 Day Financial Fast” and a Personal Finance Columnist for The Washington Post. Follow her on Twitter for a plethora of awesome tweets and advice about money and how to manage it.
John Ulzheimer is a nationally recognized expert in credit reporting and identity theft. He’s been working in the credit industry for over 25 years and has held positions with FICO, Equifax, and Credit.com.
Lauren Young is the Money Editor for @Reuters. She has over 16 years of personal finance experience, covering topics ranging from taxes, real-estate and investing to retirement and saving for college.
Mr. Money Mustache is an early retiree who, according to his blog, “writes about how we can all live a frugal yet badass life of leisure.” Follow him on Twitter and check out his blog for great advice on how to cut back on bad money habits and expensive lifestyle choices.
Tara Siegel Bernard is a writer for The New York Times with years of experience writing about Personal Finance and consumer issues. If you’re looking for tweets about current financial issues, she’s a great person to follow!
Chris Hogan is a #1 National Best-Selling Author of “Retire Inspired”, the book that teaches you how to prepare for a successful retirement. If you’re striving to achieve financial success, you’ll probably want to check out his book, and follow him on Twitter!
Are there other financial experts that you like to follow? If so, we’d love to hear about them! You find us (and follow us) on Twitter at @OppLoans.
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