10 Finance Experts to Follow on Twitter

Planning & Saving
on December 31, 2012
There are several financial experts that you can follow on Twitter. They are experienced and knowledgeable finance experts who give valuable advice. Detailed information about 10 top experts in the field is below.
Lauren Young (@LaurenYoung) is Reuter’s wealth editor. She gets right to the bottom of important money issues, sharing advice with more than 10,000 Twitter followers.
John Mulkey (@thehousingguru) is a former home builder with over 40 years of experience in the housing industry. He shares his insights on Twitter to assist property buyers and sellers.
Kelli B. Grant (@kellibgrant) is a senior consumer reporter at SmartMoney.com and shares extensive knowledge concerning spending, saving and shopping. Ms. Grant tweets about all things that are money-related. Her Twitter following includes over 3,000 people.
Victor Ricciardi (@victorricciardi) has about 30,000 followers. He is a behavioral finance expert who also works as an assistant professor of financial management at Groucher College. He compiles the best behavioral finance news on the web and shares it with the public.
Farnoosh Torabi (@FARNOOSH) is the host of Yahoo! Finance’s show Financially Fit and a best-selling author. She gives expert financial advice to her fans, most of whom are part of the Gen Y/X crowd.
J. Money (@Budgets Are Sexy) makes being frugal seem a whole lot cooler. He shares blogs that contain savings tips and advice with his 11,561 followers. He also discusses how to handle delicate money and relationships issues.

John Ulzheimer (@johnulzheimer) Ulzheimer is a credit expert and founder of CreditExpertWitness.com. Mr. Ulzheimer is also a contributing writer for Mint.com, the National Federation for Credit Counseling, and creditsesame.com.

Suze Orman (@SuzeOrmanShow) is one of the most popular financial experts on Twitter. She is an Emmy Award winning television show host and a New York Times bestselling Author. Ms. Orman is a trusted personal finance expert.

Ebong Eka (@ebongeka) is a Certified Public Accountant and a Small Biz & Personal Finance contributor on MSNBC and other cable networks. Mr. Eka is based in Washington DC.

Jonathan Chevreau (@JonChevreau) is the editor of MoneySense Magazine and former personal finance columnist for Financial Post. Mr. Chevreau wrote the books The Wealthy Boomer and Findependence.

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