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#ToksForYou: 10 TikTok users to follow for money and investment advice

By Brooke Villanueva Published Sep 16, 2021 8:01 pm

Have you ever found yourself scrolling on TikTok for amusement or life hacks?

The social media platform has been a great source not only of entertainment but also of information on various topics. Aside from skincare, dance covers, and memes, did you know you can also learn a thing or two about money and investment on the site?

Many personalities are using TikTok to share great advice that can help you find your way to financial freedom. Be it about money management, budgeting, or growing money, there’s an account on the app that can guide you through the process. Here are some of them. 

Faares Quadri (@faaresq) shares incredible insights on wealth in ways that even newbies can understand. In his page, he focuses on knowing the right places to put your money, strengthening your investment portfolio, and improving your finances, among others. 

Rich Investing (@richinvesting) puts the spotlight on cryptocurrency that works online using a mobile phone or computer device. His videos, while short, can still be quite overwhelming especially if you’re new to the crypto world. But if you’re really interested in knowing how you can use it for digital payments and investments, then he could be your guy. 

Looking to invest in real estate? You can TikTok your way with Eng Taing (@engtaingofficial), who is the founder and CEO of Touzi Capital that uses properties as a way “to provide significant tax benefits and passive income streams.”

You can also refer to TikTok personal finance creator Adi Adara (@howdyadi) for money advice. He shares the most practical tips like paying off student loans (which he compared to smelly roommates) and dealing with taxes wisely. Bonus: He’s really funny, too!

We totally get why Mark Tilbury (@marktilbury) has nearly 7 million followers—he makes money management seem easy-peasy. Following his page is like getting financial advice you’re your cool parent—in one video, he talked about having passive income with funny quirks and jokes in between. 

Do you shy away from money talks? John E Finance (@johnefinance) is here to change your perspective of money through comedy skits to stress the importance of knowing how to handle it at any point in your life. 

On top of investments, Mikey Taylor (@mikeytaylor) also talks about different approaches to saving money. For instance, most people are used to paying their dues first and dedicating what’s left to their savings. The TikTok user encourages doing the other way around—or paying yourself first—to avoid being left with no money in your bank account. 

Daniel Aghachi (@aghachi) shares some fun ways to make money on the side. This includes how much you can resell certain things that most people tend to overlook like books. Sounds interesting, right? 

For money and success tips, you can also count on Sara Finance (@sarafinance). She usually shares advice based on her own experience, having made $132,000 or P6,600,000 a year when she was only 18 years old. The first tip? Instead of chasing money, focus on adding value. 

The Legacy Investing Show (@thelegacyinvestingshow) talks about having side hustles that potentially generate big money, like making $7,200 (P360,000) just for reading in English. 

Want to discover more TikTok stars that deserve a follow? For that and other l!fe advice, tune in to our #ToksForYou series and follow us on the app at @philstarlife.