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5 Financial YouTubers That Will Help You Manage Your Money

Discover the YouTubers that can help you deal with any financial challenges that come your way!

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Financial freedom isn’t something that is handed to most of us, especially under the current economic circumstances. However, to gain financial freedom it takes research, commitment, some friendly advice, and an income.

You could turn to a professional financial advisor for advice or you could just turn to YouTube to get the information you need (and for free!). We’ve put together a list of YouTube channels that will actually help you with your personal finances:

The Financial Diet

The Financial Diet aims to educate viewers on personal finance in a way that’s not overwhelming – or as they put it: “in a way that doesn’t make you want to curl up in a ball and cry”.

The team behind the financial diet post videos three times a week about financial confessions shared by viewers, financial mistakes we can learn from, useful tips that you can incorporate into your everyday life and all things money.

Additionally, they have a blog which they update regularly with useful posts about all things money, careers, college and lifestyle.

Financial Education

Jeremy runs the channel Financial Education which he started in 2016. He began posting videos about the basics of banking and investing and has since accumulated more than 47,000,000 views. He posts videos three times a week and educates people from all walks of life to manage their personal finance.

More recently, he uses YouTube to share useful information and advice about how to become a millionaire by investing in stocks and shares, just like he did.

Investing with Rose

Rose Shafa is a money expert with a degree in Finance from NYU Stern School of Business. Rose who teaches people how to invest and get ahead with their money. Rose bought her first stock at the age of 14 and has now made it her life’s mission to empower people financially.

Rose started her channel, Investing With Rose, in 2018 and has since gained 283K subscribers. Her videos discuss topics surrounding financial independence, money-saving hacks and investing for beginners and how to pay off debt.  

Ryan Scribner

Ryan Scribner makes videos for people who want to start investing their money. He makes videos about the basics of investing as well as how you can develop your personal finances skills. His videos cover everything from the best investing apps to the highest paying stocks to invest in.

Ryan has used his knowledge to create a successful course that advises people on how to make money using affiliate marketing through YouTube. This means that when you promote a brand or product on social media and earn a commission on each sale that you make.

Mapped out Money

The Youtuber Nick True runs the channel Mapped out Money and posts a new video weekly. He aims to help people get a handle on their money and how you can use it as a tool to help you to do exactly what you want to.

He offers useful tips and advice on how you can successfully budget, get out of debt and save more money faster than before. He regularly talks about expensive habits that can easily make our financial life more difficult and how you can free yourself from them.

Take Away the Advice That Works for You

Whatever financial obstacles you’re experiencing, it’s worth remembering you’re not the first (and you certainly won’t be the last!) person to experience financial challenges. So, if you’re ready to gain control of your money check out these YouTubers and save yourself the hassle of coming up with your own financial solutions. 

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