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5 Ways to Thrive Through a Recession

In February 2020, the United States economy officially entered a recession (when a country experiences an economic downturn for at least 6 consecutive months). Because of COVID-19 and the recession, over 30 million jobs have been lost. This is important to note because one of the markers of a recession is a sharp increase in […]

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The Budgetnista’s Favorite Things for 2021

Cash back and savings, rewards and discounts, investments and deposits in large amounts, and credit checks for FREE… These are a few of my faaaavvvoorite things!

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Save, invest and grow with Acorns

One of my favorite saving and investing apps is now making it easier for you to save, grow, and learn about your spare change.

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Letter To My Teenage Self: Money Lessons

Dear Young Tiff, Whew! What a time to be young, smart, and living it up at college…  It’s me, your 40-year-old self coming by to encourage you and drop off some of the gems I’ve picked up along the way. Believe me… they’re plentiful, but I’ll just focus on money for now.  Nope, not your […]

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COVID-19 and Home Buying: 3 Universal Truths

One thing we know about the COVID-19 pandemic is that nothing is ever easy. NOT-A-THING... No surprise that thinking about buying a home in the midst of all of that's going on... would come with some "thangs" to chat about! It's likely that if you're on the house hunt now (or gearing up to start), […]

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Wait? I Need a Business Structure?

We’re taking class to Business 101 for newbies looking to start off strong in entrepreneurship. Let’s start with business structures and simple checklists to get started.

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Debt Freedom Doesn’t Equal Wealth

As much as I love being without debt, it is not a tool used for wealth building. This myth has to be addressed because I’ve seen the sometimes harsh realities of too much focus on debt and a lack of focus on building long term wealth.

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