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The Top 15 Certified Financial Planners You Should Follow On Twitter

By Hank on 10/28/2010 – 5:24 am PDTLeave a Comment

I recently wrote an article about the Top 30 Personal Finance Bloggers that you should be following on Twitter. These bloggers are doing some amazing things on Twitter opening up great discussions about finance, investing, retirement, and other money topics. These guys and gals are not sharing with you what they had for breakfast or trying to sell you their latest get rich quick scheme. They are giving out great tips, giving away awesome freebies, and talking about some of helpful financial products out there available to help people.

So, I thought that it would be great to point out the top fifteen certified financial planners (CFP) that are spreading some great information, tips, articles, and other tidbits around the web through Twitter not just to their clients but to everyone. Some of these CFPs have their own websites or blogs as well and those websites are listed next to their Twitter username below.

Top 15 Certified Financial Planners On Twitter…

  1. June Walbert – @AskJune_USAA – June is a Certified Financial Planner who works for one of the greatest banks and financial behemoths in the world, USAA.
  2. Jeff Rose – @jeffrosecfp – Jeff is the co-founder of Alliance Investment Planning Group and blogs on his site Good Financial Cents. He is by far one of my favorite CFPs who blog and really use Twitter to teach others about their finances. You should definitely check him out.
  3. Jeremy Vohwinkle – @JeremyVoh – Jeremy is Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor, writer blogs on his very popular site Generation X Finance.
  4. Rose Greene – @rosegreenecfp – Rose owns Rose Greene Financial Services, LPL Financial, Santa Monica, CA and blogs at Money Matters
  5. Cathy Curtis – @curtisfinancial – Cathy owns Curtis Financial Planning is an independent, fee-only financial planning and investment advisory firm located in Oakland, California. You can also read her blog.
  6. Jacob Gold – @financialintel – Rose owns Rose Greene Financial Services, LPL Financial, Santa Monica, CA and blogs at Money Matters
  7. Jay Peroni, CFP – @jayperoni – Jay is a financial advisor, blogger, writer, and public speaker who focus on faith based financial planning. You can check him out at his website.
  8. Eleanor Blayney, CFP – @EleanorBlayney – Eleanor Blayney is the CFP Board’s Consumer Advocate and writes at the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. (CFP Board) website
  9. Bill Winterberg, CFP – @billwinterberg – Bill is a Technology columnist for Morningstar Advisor and, technology consultant to financial planners based in Dallas, TX.
  10. Sheryl Garrett – @SherylGarrett – Sheryl is the founder of the Garrett Planning Network the leading international network of hourly based fee only advisors.
  11. Michael E. Kitces, CFP – @MichaelKitces – Michael is a financial planning professional who is a lifelong learner, writer, and public speaker who runs the website
  12. RJ Weiss – @RJWeiss – RJ is a financial planner, entrepreneur, and blogger who runs the website Gen Y Wealth.
  13. Carl Richard - @BehaviorGap - Carl formed Prasada Capital Management and blogs at Behavior Gap

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