Six Personal Finance Authors You Should Follow Right Now

Six Personal Finance Authors You Should Follow on Twitter

Why settle for reading just any author when you could read an author who will help you with you improve your finances? These writers all have books you can check out to get a better handle on your money and credit situation. Don’t have time for a book right now? Well you should follow their Twitter accounts so you can get their wisdom in bite-size chunks on the go!

Beth Kobliner – @BethKobliner

Beth Kobliner is a journalist and best-selling personal finance author. In her most recent book, Make Your Kid a Money Genius, she offers parents a step-by-step guide to teaching their children about money and personal finance concepts. Follow her today for great personal finance tweets!

Ric Edelman – @ricedelman

Ric Edelman is a best-selling author and Executive Chairman of Edelman Financial Services, LLC. In his book, The Truth About Your Future. The Money Guide You Need Now, Later and Much Later, he explores how technology will affect the way we save, invest, and plan for the future.

Jeanne Kelly – @creditscoop

Jeanne Kelly is a credit coach, speaker, and personal finance author. Her two books (The 90 Day Credit Challenge, and The Credit Makeover) seek to inform and assist readers with credit, credit scores, and credit reports. Follow her today for great credit advice!

Thomas J. Stanley, Ph. D. – @thomasjstanley

Thomas J. Stanley, Ph.D. was an advisor, researcher, and author of many books on the wealthy population in America. Follow his Twitter page, and check out his books, The Millionaire Next Door, and The Millionaire Mind.

Teresa Ghilarducci – @tghilarducci

Teresa Ghilarducci’s book, How to Retire with Enough Money, and How to Know What Enough Is, explores the ins and outs of saving enough for retirement. She explains how much you generally need in order to retire, and ways to stretch your money further and save faster.

Jonathan DeYoe – @DeYoeWealth

Jonathan DeYoe is a financial planner and author of Mindful Money. In his book he attempts to offer readers a guide to creating a specific financial plan that caters to their beliefs. Jonathan’s belief is that money is simply a tool that can be used to create the lifestyle that you want and deserve.


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