My man, J Money, who runs the wild, awesome blog Budgets Are Sexy reminded me of an obscure article that I wrote last year about the Top Ten Personal Finance Bloggers you should follow on Twitter. Now, that I am a year older and a year wiser with over 1,000 tweets under my belt between the @OwnTheDollar twitter account and my own, @HankColeman, I thought that it was long overdue reexamine my list. Some bloggers are not even on Twitter (or not Tweeting much), some just want to tell you about the latest savings account that will earn you pennies on your pennies, and then finally others want to tell you how awesome their blueberry muffin was for breakfast.
But, then you have a few that are doing some truly awesome things on Twitter who are putting out some great information, keeping you updated on their killer posts, and even giving away a bunch of free stuff.
Here are 30 great Personal Finance Bloggers that you should be following on Twitter…
@BudgetsAreSexy – J Money runs the blog BudgetsAreSexy
@CashMoneyLife – Ryan blogs on Cash Money Life and also about military money issues on the The Military Wallet
@bargainr – Jim funs one of the most popular personal finance blogs, Bargainneering
@jeffrosecfp – Jeff is a CFP and blogs on his site Good Financial Cents
@Bucksome – Kay Lynn blogs about money and life near retirement on The Bucksome Boomer
@Matt_SF – Matt discusses money and investing on Steadfast Finances
@The_Weakonomist – Philip tells you like it is on his blog, Weakonomics
@MyMoneyBlog – check out the blog, MyMoneyBlog.
@MMarquit – You can hardly find a personal finance blog lately where Miranda has not been posting her awesome writing. Check her out at AllBusiness.com
@Elle_CM – Elle writes for Couple Money
@Wisebread – Wisebread is a community of personal finance and money bloggers.
@MoneyCrashers – Money Crashers is another great blog written by multiple authors.
@moneyfunk – Check out the blog at Money Funk
@thesimpledollar – Written by Trent, The Simple Dollar is one of the best blogs around.
@MoneyNing – David Ning runs Money Ning which helps people even with the little things to achieve financial success.
@mbhunter – the Mighty Bargain Hunter is all about saving you money.
@fiscalgeek – Paul writes on an incredibly wide range of money topics on Fiscal Geek
@debtkid – The debtkid dug himself into a hole from day trading and now he talks about digging out on DebtKid
@TheDigeratiLife – the Silicon Valley Blogger runs a very popular website, The Digerati Life, on money matters
@moneyhighway – Ray aims to help people find financial freedom on theFinancial Highway
@mint – The Twitter account for the blog associated with the money site, Mint.
@EverydayFinance – This is the Twitter account for Darwin’s Money
@moneycrush – MoneyCrush discusses learning to love your financial life and reaching your goals.
@mytwodollars – Money discussions in plain English for the rest of us at My Two Dollars
@BSimple – learning financial peace by simplifying your financial life on the Simple Financial Lifestyle
@RedeemingRiches – Restoring your money and your mind on Redeeming Riches
@smartonmoney – Helping your make smart money decisions on Smart On Money
@JoeTaxpayerBlog – Another great blog, Joe Taxpayer Blog, deals with taxes and all things money related.
@moolanomy – Great personal finance site, Moolanomy.
@financialsamura – Financial Samurai is a great blog that doesn’t pull any punches and tells it like it is.
@enemyofdebt – Brad runs the site Enemy of Debt and discusses his journey to be debt free.
Other people on Twitter you shouldn’t miss…
@garyvee – Gary Vaynerchuk inspires me every time I hear him speak. He is amazing! And, now he’s got his own radio show on Sirius. He’s like the Energizer Bunny! He just keeps going and going! Check out his site if you have never heard of him!
@AskJune_USAA – June Walbert is a Certified Financial Planner who works for one of the greatest banks and financial behemoths in the world, USAA. While she’s not a blogger, she puts out some great insightful Tweets that you shouldn’t miss no matter who you bank with.
@jodiecongirl – Jodie is an economist and runs the blog, Economists Do It With Models
@robgarciasj – Rob tweets and blogs about peer to peer lending and works for LendingClub
@consumerist – the blog of Consumer Reports
@lizweston – Liz Weston is a best selling author and nationally-syndicated personal finance columnist