Twitter is full of financial tips, tricks, and quips. Here are our favorite tweets of the week to keep you motivated and entertained while on your journey to Financial Freedom.
People at music festival: "What do you do for fun?"
Me: "Update my budget spreadsheet, worry about my 401k, and religiously check Personal Capital."
I'm clearly the life of the party. #Finances #financialhealth #Money
— Simplistic Steph (@Simplstic_Steph) April 29, 2018
“Where did all your money go?”
First of all, I eat a lot.
— My Feelings (@MyBaeTexts) May 3, 2018
Funny thing about the stk market: one guy sell while the other buys, and BOTH think they’ve made a smart move! #humor #stockmarket #bubble #crash #finance #economics
— Carmen Shullo (@c_shullo) May 2, 2018
Money makes people smile. Use it to make people smile. #FinancialConfidenceMonth #FinancialIndependence #financialeducation #FinancialFreedom
— Rich Culture (@richculturemag) April 29, 2018
Early financial independence is not possible for all. But not having debt is. If you’ve no debt, you’ll be less stressed about future.
— D.Muthukrishnan (@dmuthuk) April 30, 2018
So many of us want financial freedom but we will never truly feel liberated until we stop enslaving ourselves to other people’s opinions.
— Vex King (@VexKing) April 29, 2018
Many desire freedom. Few want discipline. Yet discipline provides freedom:
-Saving leads to financial security
-Fitness leads to health
-Pursuit of faith leads to peace
-Time management leads to margin
Discipline is hard, long & boring. But when we walk it’s path, freedom awaits.
— Tim Hiller (@TimHiller3) May 2, 2018
Thinking about financial planning. A lot of people, when they think of that, start planning on how they’ll buy their dream house. For me, I would rather keep budget tight and have a good, solid savings for many years. I want freedom most of all. Freedom to not *need* to work.
— Stephanie Hurlburt @ Microsoft Build (@sehurlburt) April 29, 2018
"It's not how much money you make, but how much money you keep, how hard it works for you, and how many generations you keep it for." – Robert Kiyosaki #investing
— Robinhood Referral (@RegalTrader) May 2, 2018
#Speculation is an effort, probably unsuccessful, to turn a little money into a lot. Investment is an effort, which should be successful, to prevent a lot of #money from becoming a little
— Buffalo Schwartz (@BuffaloSchwartz) April 29, 2018
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Jeremy Perlman is a New York native enjoying the good life in the Big Easy. After working as the primary copywriter for ARCHIBUS Inc, Jeremy launched his career as a freelance writer. He also founded the company NowMarkIt in order to provide a more flexible, affordable marketing solution for small business owners and entrepreneurs.