Brace yourselves, because tax season is coming.
That means there's one thing on all of our minds: Money. More importantly, how to manage money.
Benzinga can't help you file taxes, but what we can do is give you some smart people to follow on Twitter for personal finance tips on saving, investing, budgeting and more:
Nicole Lapin, Former CNBC Anchor & Author of "Rich Bitch" (@NicoleLapin)
Nicole Lapin got her start by reporting straight from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange floor at the age of 18, and she's been rocking the financial world ever since. Her tweets are savvy and easy to understand, so she's definitely worth a follow.
Lapin will be on the #PreMarket Prep show Monday, March 16 at 8:35 a.m. ET. Find out how you can her answer your questions live on the show and win a free copy of her NYT-best seller "Rich Bitch" here.
Find out what people with your experience earn in your industry by going to websites such as @Salary & @payscale before raise negotiations.
— Nicole Lapin (@NicoleLapin) March 11, 2015
Manisha Thakor, Director of Wealth Strategies for Women at Buckingham (@ManishaThakor)
Manisha Thakor tweets more than a handful of useful articles, including a few by herself (she's a guest columnist for The Wall Street Journal, among others). Her posts often focus on women and millennials.
Just in time for Valentines Day - "How To Become a Financially Compatible Couple" http://t.co/S7SW9TwT1B [My latest #WSJexperts post] #fb
— Manisha Thakor (@ManishaThakor) February 13, 2015
Suze Orman, Emmy Award-Winning TV Show Host (@SuzeOrmanShow)
It's hard to make this kind of list without Suze Orman. She's incredibly active on Twitter, sending out tweets when her show is about to go live and responding to user questions.
Attention @DESIREEMKTG I'm answering your tweet tonight on the show! 9p ET on @CNBC
— Suze Orman (@SuzeOrmanShow) February 14, 2015
Mary Beth Storjohann, Founder of Workable Wealth (@marybstorj)
There's a lot of value in the simple saving tricks and tips from Mary Beth Storjohann's Twitter account. Bonus: She tweets often, but it's not spammy.
Automatically transfer money into a savings account during each pay period or each month -- then "set it and forget it!" #workyourwealth
— Mary Beth Storjohann (@marybstorj) March 13, 2015
Victor Ricciardi, Author of Behavioral Finance (@victorricciardi)
Victor Ricciardi provides a unique look at personal finances by investigating behaviors. He's a LinkedIn Influencer and posts many of the pieces he writes, as well as research papers from his work at Goucher College.
How Biases Affect Investor Behaviour Downloadable PDF file http://t.co/VBu2d5Dzmc
— Behavioral Finance (@victorricciardi) March 5, 2015
Jeff Rose, Author of Good Financial Cents (@jjeffrose)
Jeff Rose's financial advice comes from a family man, and his Twitter reflects that. Follow for links to his blog posts and the occasional humor to lighten your day.
I would totally buy stock in bacon. $PIG
— Jeff Rose, CFP® (@jjeffrose) March 4, 2015
Eleanor Blayney, CFP & Consumer Advocate (@EleanorBlayney)
Eleanor Blayney tweets a lot about what her fellow certified financial planners are up to and what it means to have the CFP designation.
Look for the CFP® mark: it distinguishes financial planners who take the commitment to education, experience and ethics seriously.
— Eleanor Blayney,CFP® (@EleanorBlayney) January 15, 2015
Eric Roberge, Founder of Beyond Your Hammock (@beyondfinances)
Eric Roberge's Twitter is full of helpful originals and retweets, including quotes, facts and other useful information.
A Wells Fargo survey found that people with a written financial plan save over twice as much as those without a plan. #planforyourfuture
— Eric Roberge (@beyondfinances) February 28, 2015
Carl Richards, CFP & Author of Behavior Gap (@behaviorgap)
Carl Richards writes one of the best personal finance blogs on the Internet, and they usually include simple diagrams that illustrate his point. Follow him to see his latest thoughts and writing.
The Hedge Fund Conundrum http://t.co/jD5kgvxxuo pic.twitter.com/ZhP5KsuHKw
— Carl Richards (@behaviorgap) March 11, 2015
Sophia Bera, CFP & Founder of Gen Y Planning (@sophiabera)
Sophia Bera also focuses on financial planning for Gen Y-ers. She tweets quick money tips, inspiring quotes and informative articles.
Quick #money tip: Get an accountability buddy to keep you on track w/ financial goals. Someone to talk to/cheer you on makes a difference!
— Sophia Bera, CFP® (@sophiabera) March 10, 2015
See more from Benzinga
- #PreMarket Prep For The Week Of March 9: Gearing Up For Financial Journalist Nicole Lapin
- Why This Retail Expert Says Goldman's Lululemon Downgrade Is 'Completely Overblown'
- 10 Apple Experts You Need To Follow On Twitter
© 2015 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.