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Buying a Home Checklist (7 ways to tell if you're ready)

Recently I received an email from an awesome sis-star named, Cadetrus. What a cool name! Cadetrus wrote, "I have a question....Can you or will you do a post about renting vs. buying?" I'm so glad you asked C! I'll give you the advice I wish someone gave me before I bought a house. First and foremost, always remember […]

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The 52 Week Money Challenge

  Are you ready to have your best year yet? For YOU I'm claiming: - More savings - Less debt - Increased income - Higher credit score - Balanced budget - A RICHER life Let's get started with saving with the 52 Week Money Challenge, but 1st... Here's ANOTHER awesome challenge! The Live Richer Challenge. […]

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How to Raise Your Credit Score 100 Points in One Year (Video)

I know, I know you're probably thinking, "Is it really possible to raise my credit score 100 points in only 1 year?" The answer is... YES! Results are not guaranteed, but I've done it and so have a bunch of my clients, students, fans, followers and friends based upon the steps I'm about to show […]

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The Frugal FAB 5 : Meet & Greet (RECAP)

Recently I had the honor to be invited to participate in the newly formed, Frugal Fab 5. One of the 5, Kara of The Frugal Feminista, describes us as  a collective of five, brown, personal finance, female bloggers committed to making women of color feel strong, empowered, and knowledgeable about their money and their money […]

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How to Choose Whether to Decrease, Close or Keep Your Credit Card in 10 Easy Steps

I get these questions aaaaaaall, the time: "Hey B, should I keep my credit card?" "Tiffany, I heard that it's bad to close a credit card, is that true?" "Budgetnista, will closing my credit card lower my credit score?" Well, I'm here to answer your money questions depends. Here's a step-by-step guide to help […]

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Madrid, Morocco and a Camel Named Esteban, Changed My Perspective on Life

  The last 2 days have been….epic. No, wait…they’ve been EPIC. A little backstory: I recently started a new sub-business, Traveling MAD with The Budgetnista, with Madeline, a friend of mine. She and I began a travel, research company to help people (you), who want to find awesome trips. After being asked about how we […]

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How I'm Saving $1560/Year & other Perks!

Sooo, y’all know me pretty well by now. You know I love to get additional perks for everyday life experiences. I recently saved $60/ month, $720/year by switching my car insurance company to Esurance. I was even able to maintain my same coverage! I also recently discovered that I could switch to a prepaid plan […]

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