A good Twitter feed is about more than hashtags and brevity. It’s about distributing quality information to your followers over a consistent period.
That’s where these Twitter feeds shine – by offering thoughtful and useful links to the tools, insight and guidance needed to help make smarter money decisions.
Bragging Rights: bridging the financial literacy gap
Known as “Rich Dad,” personal finance guru Robert Kiyosaki has built a name for himself as a financial guru who specializes in helping people build from the ground up. Kiyosaki uses his wry wit, games and wisdom to help everyday Americans think and act like the biggest names in finance.
Twitter Clout: 762,000+
Bragging Rights: see all your finances in one place
Millions of Americans use Mint as a tool to help visualize spending habits and manage their personal finances. Their Twitter feed provides excellent, relevant news and stories from actual Mint users about their financial methods and adventures.
Twitter Clout: 215,000+
Bragging Rights: save more, spend less and avoid rip-offs
Radio and television host Clark Howard covers everything from consumer fraud to the best deals on the market. He takes a hands-on approach to researching his content, blending common sense wisdom with quality resources from around the Web. His ongoing goal? Weening people off credit cards and getting them out of debt.
Twitter Clout: 84,000+
Bragging Rights: advice for a lifetime of financial decisions
Powered by AOL, Daily Finance provides tips for planning all of life’s financial milestones. Interesting, informative and always topical, Daily Finance features authoritative content from leading industry experts on how to plan, save, spend and invest smarter.
Twitter Clout: 55,300+
Bragging Rights: living large on a small budget
Wise Bread’s community manager, Ashley Jacobs, and senior editor, Meg Favreau, always impress with their choice of links and resources built around living large on a small budget. From daily bargain alerts on items ranging from charcoal to makeup, to learning tools for starting a budget and reducing waste, Wise Bread is an invaluable personal finance resource.
Twitter Clout: 37,500+
Bragging Rights: personal finance analysis
Kiplinger features one of the Web’s most extensive collection of personal finance resources and information. Tools, quizzes, articles, guides and more help visitors navigate major expenses through all stages of life and follow the latest market developments.
Twitter Clout: 31,900+
Bragging Rights: personal finance that makes cents
Named one of the 25 Best Blogs by Time Magazine, Get Rich Slowly uses its Twitter feed to share advice on debt elimination, saving regularly and investing practically. No get-rich-quick schemes here — just a handful of experts who walk readers through their journeys from debt to financial security.
Twitter Clout: 26,100+
Bragging Rights: sharing 20 years of experience
Twenty-year personal finance guru Rob Carrick provides daily tips for maintaining financial independence, drawing on his experience as The Globe and Mail’s personal finance columnist. Much of his content focuses on Generation Y, but readers of any age can use his advice to make healthier financial decisions.
Twitter Clout: 17,000+
Bragging Rights: simple strategies to find success at any age
Money Under 30’s Twitter page focuses more on larger expenses and long-term goals. Their content helps followers stay up to date with changing markets, trends and realities. Host David Weliver brings a lighthearted but well-informed voice to the industry.
Twitter Clout: 8,809+
Bragging Rights: helps low-wage workers save and invest
This feed comes from EARN, a provider of “goal-based” savings accounts in the U.S. They encourage people to develop a savings strategy and offer advice about personal finance, planning for a mortgage and reigning in spending. Content is always solid and well-sourced.
Twitter Clout: 8,118+
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