6 Personal Finance Twitter Accounts to Follow Today!
Last week, we shared 12 personal finance accounts that you should definitely start following. But wouldn’t you know it? There are so many more than just 12 great accounts out there! So here are more of the smartest, funniest, or most sensible financial Twitter personalities to fill your feed!
Twitter Bio: Margaret, a.k.a. Peggy. Personal Finance Reporter for Bloomberg News, Radio and Businessweek. All opinions expressed here are my own. Retweets not endorsements.
What We Say: Peggy Collins is one of the best reporters in the business. You want to know what’s up in the world of personal finance? Then is follow is a must.
Twitter Bio: Practical Money Saving Advice for Everyday Living – Personal Finance, Travel & Leisure, Frugal Living, DIY Tips and more…
What We Say: This former financial analyst and current middle school teacher dishes out practical and knowledgeable advice to help you live within your means.
Twitter Bio: Official twitter page of Financial Jiu Jitsu, come check out our site for practical advice for getting ahead in the real world!
What We Say: Want to take on the world? Financial Jiu Jitsu will tell you how to get the leverage you need to whoop some serious butt.
What We Say: When it comes to personal finance …. Jeff Rose Knows.
What We Say: Strategist, Author, Podcaster, TV Star. No matter how you want to get your financial advice, you can find a way to get it from Farnoosh Torabi.
What We Say: Not only is her Twitter timeline full of great advice and smart articles, but it might lead you to check out Chatzky’s HerMoney podcast. (Here’s a hint: You should definitely do that.)
Oh and of course you should follow us as at @OppLoans!
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