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Youth Financial Literacy Tweeters

Tweeters who consistently focus on teaching kids good money habits.

Brian Page (@FinEdChat)

Husband to @HopeNPage. Dad of three and a dog. Educator @TeenDollars. Financial Education Advocate For All. @Council4EconEd Advisory Chair. #EdTech. Sports fan.

TeachSMC (@TeachSMC)

Secret Millionaires Club with @WarrenBuffett! #FinancialLiteracy webisodes + activities for entrepreneurial kids. Enter our “Grow Your Own Business Challenge!”

TripleGift  (@spendsaveshare)

Start a new tradition! Encourage kids to spend thoughtfully, save for the future & share with others. Our moneyholder greeting cards will help get 'em started!

Kids and Money (@LynneLFinch)

Helping kids learn to manage money with The No-Cash Allowance. Kids develop money skills at home !

Rachel Cruze (@RachelCruze)

Author and speaker with a heart to help others become smart with money.

Our Kids & Money (@OurKidsandMoney)

Helping kids and their families become confident about their financial choices - ultimately becoming money savvy kids. Presented by McGraw Hill Financial

FamZoo.com (@FamZoo)

ENTER CONTEST HERE: http://t.co/2lCybyH3Nx We help parents teach kids good money habits with our virtual family bank. How? http://t.co/eKbbjvJiR2

Ron Lieber (@ronlieber)

On leave from @NYTimes Your Money column gig to write THE OPPOSITE OF SPOILED. Visit http://t.co/1gNEIX1S for more on parenting, money, values & the book.

Janet Bodnar  (@JanetBodnar)

Editor of Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine, author of Money Smart Women and Raising Money Smart Kids, Steelers fan; http://t.co/zZKvWbH5rc

Jill Suskind (@moneyandteens)

WealthQuest for Teens is an AMAZING, online video seminar that teaches teens to HAVE FUN managing their money so it works for them now and in their future!!

Dan Kadlec (@dankadlec)

Journalist/author, Time/Money
My blog (http://t.co/Iiub9Wjs9B) has a strong focus on retirement, kids and money, and financial education.

Beth Kobliner (@BethKobliner)

Author of GET A FINANCIAL LIFE and MAKE YOUR KID A MONEY GENIUS (coming soon!). Spearheaded #MoneyAsYouGrow for President's Council on Financial Capability.

MoneyTrail.net (@MoneyTrail)

MoneyTrail is a free allowance & money management system for kids, teens & families to track cash and IOUs. Also have blog at: http://t.co/nqmXBW8NEa

Sammy Rabbit (@sammyrabbit1)

Sammy's Mission: Inspire big dreams & teach great money habits to kids 4 to 8 with songs, stories, etc. Join him on Facebook http://t.co/zEM7smxSfp

johnlanza (@themoneymammals)

I help kids and families build good money habits young so that they don't have to break bad money habits later. I want to help raise a money smart generation.

GrowingRichKids (@GrowingRichKids)

Surrounded by testosterone (husband, two boys 12 & 9). Trying to teach my kids financial literacy while juggling work, blogging, volunteering, camping & rafting

TeenDollars (@TeenDollars)

Reading High School personal finance teacher and students dedicated to helping teens with the financial choices they have to make now.

Maya Kuc Corbic, CPA (@Educ8Money2Kids)

Financial literacy expert. I teach kids value of money. Passionate founder of DINARII Financial Education Academy. Mom of two. Wife.

Council for Econ Ed (@council4econed)

CEE educates K-12 teachers and students so they become empowered with economic and financial literacy.

Susan Beacham (@SusanBeacham)

Award-winning kids and money expert, entrepreneur, author, speaker, columnist and inventor of the Money Savvy Pig piggy bank.

Bea is for Business (@bea4biz)

We teach kids about business - so they can think like entrepreneurs. Designed for kids ages 5-9. Run by two MBAs.

moneythink (@moneythink)

We're a #nonprofit that focuses on engaging and empowering high school students across the country with #FinancialLiteracy #education.

GreenStreet Kids (@GreenStreetKids)

Enter the world of Green$treets, where kids can play with a variety of characters, each with their own unique financial and ecological personalities.