Personal Finance Influencers You Should Follow
When it comes to personal finance, there's no shortage of advice out there. But who should you trust when it comes to money matters?
You may be looking for a personal finance influencer to encourage you to keep financial goals, get debt free, start investing, building wealth or generate new passive income business ideas and build wealth.
Here are top personal finance influencers who will help you with saving money and getting your finances in order.
Here She Is...Top Personal Finance Influencers to Follow
Jannese Torres, Yo Quiero Dinero
Jannese tells it like it is. Unlike personal finance influencers who flash dollar signs touting their monthly income they seem to have made in very little time, Jannese is detailed about her journey to seven figure media mogul.
She started a Latin recipes food blog, D'lish Delights, which eventually allowed her to quit her corporate job.
Jannese is transparent about the struggles she faced; going through a divorce, and the fact that she took an entire year off in 2017 and, that's OK.
If you come back, you didn't quit.
Jannese is like the woman behind the curtain who shows you how it really is, including the failures and mistakes, but overall leaves you feeling like you too can achieve financial independence.
It's not going to be easy, but it's going to be worth it and possible.
She gives you the details of how she structures her work week and is not only unapologetic, but encourages, self care.
Investing is personal. Jannese is not a fan of real estate investing, sharing on her Yo Quiero Dinero Podcast that she tried real estate investing, but it was not for her.
If you want real life, honest personal finance advice, Jannese is your girl.
Ellie Diop, Ellie Talks Money
This girl is truly amazing. Divorced and with infants, she started her business in her mom's house with a stimulus check.
Her niche really seems to be in business credit. She highlights resources such as grants and loans that can help you get your business going, and eventually achieve financial freedom.
She highlights a variety of passive income options, such as Airbnb, YouTube channels, and other ideas.
She even teaches you how you can start setting up your kids for financial success.
It feels like she is your number one fan and cheerleader, repeatedly telling you to go out and get that bag that you deserve.
Farnoosh Torabi, So Money
Farnoosh Torabi says she believes money is a deeply layered issue.
There are psychological, mental, and emotional barriers that prevent us from taking action around money.
Her "So Money" podcast is filled with value. Farnoosh and guests discuss financial topics and she makes them relatable, and sometimes, comical.
Farnoosh also addresses family dynamics and financial issues, such as her book, When She Makes More, detailing the complicated financial dynamic in a household where she makes more.
Tiffany Aliche, Budgetnista
Tiffany Aliche has helped over two million women worldwide save more than $350 million and pay over $200 million in debt.
She is a New York Times best selling author of the book Get Smart With Money.
She has broken down barriers, including as the first solo Black woman to appear on the cover of Money Magazine.
Tori Dunlap, Her First 100k
Tori Dunlap of Her First 100k is "fighting the patriarchy by making you rich."
After successfully saving $100,000 at age 15, Tori Dunlap achieved financial independence and quit her corporate job.
Dunlap encourages your financial literacy and fights financial inequality by giving you actionable resources so you can negotiate salary, pay off debt, build savings, and invest.
Her book, Financial Feminist encourages you to "Smash the patriarchy. Get rich."
Tori Dunlap is the financial friend you want who will fight for your rights.