Five to Follow: The Best Financial Advice on Social Media

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If you’re like me, you often moan about the political posts and pictures of food that fill your social media feeds. Why not sprinkle in some tips for saving money at the grocery store or ways to maximize your tax return? Turn your social media feed into your own personal finance advisor by following these five influential posters:
Apprisen:
@apprisen
Facebook.com/Apprisen
Find tips for frugal living, financial wellness and consumer protection from a trusted non-profit that has been helping people improve their financial well-being for over 60 years.
Tiff The Budgetnista:
@TheBudgetnista
Facebook.com/thebudgetnista
Tiff’s motto is to LIVE RICHER and she empowers you to do just that through her motivational social media posts. Follow her and get engaged with her powerful online community.
Mr. Money Mustache:
@mrmoneymustache
Facebook.com/mrmoneymustache
Mr. Money Mustache retired at age 30! He focuses on cutting wasteful spending to create a more fulfilling life, both financially and otherwise. It’s a refreshing take on personal finances, but be prepared for some explicit language and a no nonsense approach.
Average Joe Money:
@AverageJoeMoney
Stackingbenjamins.com
From the Stacking Benjamin’s Creed: Everyone doesn’t start at the same place with money. He’ll explain the basics and talk about more advanced topics. No surprise then that his twitter posts have a little something for everybody.
Farnoosh Torabi:
@FARNOOSH
Facebook.com/FarnooshTorabi
Farnoosh is an author, podcast host and financial reporter (just to name a few of the things she does). She shares quality information on saving and investing and her podcast interviews are always interesting.

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