So many of us are afraid because the economy has turned in a way that interest rates are increasing inflation is going up our jobs and ours are running scarce. So the amount of money we’re making is tightening up. Our bills are increasing. We need answers to how we can curb some of our debt and state out of financial trouble and a recent interview I was able to speak with a podcaster who also is a financial expert. She’s an expert at curving her debt. And if you ever follow along with her podcasts with money with Tiffany you will hear her give some really good advice about how to beat that credit card debt back down. Get out of debt and how to stay financially. Solvent within some debt as possible. This particular interview, Tiffany kind of wandered around rather than different things that have been going on in our society right now with car loans, mortgage rates and things like that. But there’s a lot more that she knows and she has strategies to help keep people out of debt. And there’s not a one size fits all there, customize and put together so that it suits our lifestyles, so that we don’t have to do without and we can feel comfortable.
What Tiffany says about herself
I am a self-proclaimed money nerd and proud of it! I live and breathe finances. After years of giving impromptu advice to family and friends, I said why not start a blog? This way all of the knowledge will have an online platform and reach even more people!
From a young age, I was always money-conscious. I remember being as young as 6 and clipping coupons. Did anyone use them? Nope, but I found joy in going through the motions. When I got my first job at 16, I used coupons to get more bang for my buck. Once I saw how helpful they were, I used coupons for everything! Cashiers were impressed by a teenager leaving with a cart full of items for only $20.
As time progressed, I wanted to do more with my money. I started investing at the age of 19. I had amassed a few thousand dollars but decided to sell it all when times got rough. Big mistake but I had to do what I could.
I bought my first house at the age of 26. How? By saving, keeping a close eye on my credit, and living well below my means. Frugal is my middle name! Wealth-building is all about having goals and being laser-focused on accomplishing them. My next goal is to be debt-free (except the house) by age 30.
What makes this even more amazing is I did it all while being a single mother of two little boys, working full-time, and going to school. Now, what’s your excuse? Let’s get started! Time is ticking!
I have a Bachelor in Business Administration with a concentration in Management, a Master of Business Administration, Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt, candidate for the Accredited Financial Counselor certification, and years of experience helping people like you!
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