Ashlea Ebeling — @ashleaebeling
Ashlea Ebeling is an associate editor at Forbes, where she writes about personal finance and how people can learn to create, manage, and enjoy wealth.
Dana Anspach — @moneyover55
Founder and CEO of Sensible Money, Dana Anspach helps people manage their money in retirement through savvy financial planning. She is also the author of Control Your Retirement Destiny and Social Security Sense.
Diana Schneidman — @DianaSchneidman
If you’re looking for a way to earn extra income, Diana Schneidman has proven methods that work. Her book Real Skills, Real Income is a primer for those who might be contemplating a career change, or want to change their lives.
Jim Miller — @TheSavvySenior
NBC Today Show contributor Jim Miller runs a website that’s chock-full of resources for older workers, including information on housing, healthcare, travel, volunteering, and more.
Jo Ann Jenkins — @JoAnn_Jenkins
As the CEO of AARP, Jo Ann Jenkins is dedicated to helping people 50+ realize their hopes and dreams. She recently tweeted about the AARP’s $60 million funding for the Dementia Discovery Fund, which is focused on helping find solutions for those living with dementia and Alzheimer’s.
John Tarnoff — @johntarnoff
The author of Boomer Reinvention: How to Create Your Dream Career Over 50, John Tarnoff is a reinvention career coach, speaker, and creator of the Boomer Reinvention Methodology.
Kerry Hannon — @KerryHannon
The author of Great Jobs for Everyone 50+ Kerry Hannon is a career expert who offers advice on the topics of career transitions, personal finance, and retirement.
Marc Miller — @CareerPivot
Marc Miller is dedicated to helping people—particularly baby boomers—find not just jobs, but careers that will last them a lifetime. His popular book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the Second Half of Life, offers strategies to take what you’ve learned in your old career and apply it to the next phase of your life.
Marci Alboher — @heymarci
Marci Alboher is a career expert, penning articles on topics such as encore careers and slash careers. She is currently the vice president, strategic communications at Encore.org, a site celebrating the talents and goodness of people 50+.
Mark Miller — @RetireRevised
Mark Miller is a retirement columnist for Reuters Money and Morningstar, and is a contributor to the New York Times and AARP magazine. He is a nationally recognized expert on retirement and aging trends.
Mitchell Tuchman — @MitchellTuchman
Investment advisor Mitch Tuchman counsels clients on how to grow their money so that they can have solid savings when they decide to retire. He offers retirement advice through his website, rebalance-ira.com.
Nancy Collamer — @NancyCollamer
Nancy Collamer is a semi-retirement coach and the author of Second-Act Careers: 50+ Ways to Profit From Your Passions During Semi-Retirement. She is also a writer for Next Avenue and Forbes.
Next Avenue — @NextAvenue
For the over 50 set, Next Avenue offers tips not just on careers and retirement, but has stories and advice on other important topics too, such as health, caregiving, and technology.
Randi Bussin — @Aspire4success
Randi Bussin works as a personal branding strategist and career reinvention specialist. She offers advice on topics such as shifting from the corporate to the nonprofit world, how to network, and ways to find your career “tribe.”
Sally Abrahms — @sallyabrahms
Sally Abrahms is an award-winning writer focusing on people over 50. She has written for the New York Times, Newsweek, Forbes, the Wall Street Journal, and the Boston Globe, among many media outlets on topics such as senior living, caregiving, technology, and work.
Senior Planet — @seniorplanet
Senior Planet is a project of Older Adults Technology Services (or OATS). It empowers older adults to use computers, and on a deeper level, lead more independent, fuller lives.
The Unretirement Project — @UnretirementPro
The Unretirement Project helps people redefine retirement and what it truly means to them. They tweet about topics such as freelancing in retirement and what happens when you retire early.
by Jennifer Parris, FlexJobs