Facebook has over the years thought to be an app for a much older demographic, this belief is held mostly by younger adults. Whether that is true or not, it's a good place to not only find memes and be reminded of people’s birthdays and see a glimpse of their lives. It is a place where you can also find pretty interesting pages, from cooking pages to art pages and personal finance pages.
Do you want to start investing, learn how to create a budget, acquire a property, pursue a degree without taking on debt, or retire early? Whatever your financial goal may be, personal finance Facebook pages offer you that.
Below is a list of 10 personal finance pages worth checking out.
Enid is a certified educator and financial analyst. She runs a page, blog, and TikTok account with the same name. Enid is passionate about helping people reach their financial independence. The financial analyst covers a variety of topics including debt management, insurance, and retirement however she also mixes it up a little and on occasion shares travel content and book reviews. Enid also runs a podcast called The Road to Financial Independence with Enid Kathambi.
Award-winning app, Money254’s Facebook page is your one-stop-shop for anyone looking to compare financial products across the board, from loans to savings to investment and insurance products, Money254 has got you covered. Their Facebook page is filled with reels, articles, and infographics making learning about personal finance easy, fun, and understandable.
They cover a variety of topics on the page ranging from money management to financial news and analysis to family finance, savings, investments, loans, etc. You can count on Money254’s Facebook page to keep you up to date with what’s going on in the world of finance and provide you with daily tips, strategies, and suggestions to help you achieve your financial goals
Amos Ngahu is a personal finance consultant, coach, and author who shares his vast knowledge of all things finance through his multiple social media channels like Facebook, LinkedIn, and even TikTok. He covers topics like holiday spending, love, and finance among other topics. Ngahu recently published a book called Turn Around Solutions, which is meant to be a guide to practical financial solutions.
Originally created as a course, Africa’s Pocket has since grown to become a fully-fledged money management platform. Africa’s Pocket is growing into a one-stop shop for anyone who wants to learn, plan, and act on their finances in the African continent. They aim to help anyone acquire the knowledge of money so they can make financial decisions confidently. They share insightful infographics on vast topics like, how to build a portfolio worth Ksh100, overcoming the mental blocks that stop you from investing, and reasons why your money feels stagnant.
Enterprise Magazine formerly known as Inversk is run by Kenyan Enterprise. The page covers everything branding, business, finance news, and what is hot and happening in the business world.
Wakamiru is a Facebook page run by financial consultant and trainer Wakamiru. Wakamiru shares his insights and thoughts on everything finance on his Facebook page. He touches on everything from investment planning to tax conversations. He also runs a YouTube and X (formerly Twitter) account with the same names.
Apenia MFB is a pan-African digital bank that uses technology, creativity, and community to transform the financial landscape for African youth and informal microenterprises. Apart from advertising their services, Apnea MFB shares valuable insights through posts and infographics on their Facebook page. They cover topics like personal budgeting, investing and so much more on their page.
Investopedia was established in 1999 with the goal of simplifying financial information and decisions to give its readers the confidence to manage every facet of their financial lives. Its readers are from all walks of life and in various stages of their financial journey. They cover a wide range of financial matters on their Facebook page including but not limited to, stocks and bonds, financial news, and personal finance and they even have an Investopedia Academy.
Cytonn is an investment and real estate company based in the East African region. It draws from a century of collective investment experience. Its Facebook page is a blend of investment and real-estate insights and highlights of in-person activities it conducts.
The Motley Fool is on a mission to make the world smarter, richer, and happier through free and premium investing advice. They assist millions of people from across the globe to achieve their financial goals every single day. At Motley Fool they believe that the best way to grow wealth over the long run is to invest in great businesses. Their Facebook page covers everything from the stock market to retirement to investing. They also run a podcast with the same name.
It's challenging to find something that genuinely interests you on Facebook especially with all those videos, memes, and advertisements. And these days, it's almost impossible to escape it or unplug. You may find that you are on Facebook or online more often than you would like to be because for some people it is the only way they stay in touch.
Moving away from living pay-cheque to pay-cheque and to having financial security is a goal for most and since you are already on Facebook, you might as well load your feed with content that will help you achieve your financial goals and raise your credit score