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Join Us on Twitter for a Chat About What You Should Have Learned About Money on January 30th at 4PM EST

By Money Crashers

sophia beraThis Friday, we will be holding a TweetChat with the topic of What You Should Have Learned About Money, But Never Did in mind from 4-5pm EST.

Our guest will be Sophia Bera of Gen Y Planning.

Simply follow @MoneyCrashers and participate in the chat with hashtag #MCchat on Twitter and you will be entered in the prize draw (two winners for $15 Amazon gift cards).

An easy way to follow along and participate in #MCchat is by using our Twitter Chat Room at http://www.twubs.com/MCchat. We hope to see you there!

About Our Guest

Sophia Bera, CFP® is not your father’s financial planner. An actor in her undergrad, she became a CFP® so that she could help answer her friends’ financial questions. After working in traditional financial firms since 2007 and then going to work for a NY startup, she decided to quit her job to launch her own firm, Gen Y Planning.  Now, she’s location independent and is the top Google search for “Financial Planner for Millennials.”

She is a contributor for AOL’s Daily Finance website and has been quoted on Forbes, Business Insider, AOL, Yahoo, Money magazine, The Fiscal Times, InvestmentNews, Market Watch, and The Huffington Post. Sophia has been featured on the podcasts Entrepreneur on Fire, Wired Advisor, and Gen Y Success.

She’s currently working on a new Kindle ebook that will be published on Jan. 30th called What You Should Have Learned About Money But Never Did: A Gen Y Guide to Empowered Personal Finance. You can view Sophia’s LinkedIn profile or follow her on Twitter @sophiabera.


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