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Jessica Garbarino
Paid off $56K in debt. Teaching single women how to become debt free & take control of their financial life!
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ESI Money Oct 3
Noteworthy today on : Money Mindset: Where It All Begins via
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Amanda Abella Oct 3
I kept getting approached at FinCon by people who kept telling me how hard it is to a) find Latinas in finance and b) find Latinas who are six-figure earners. It shouldn’t be so hard to find us.
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Jessica Garbarino Sep 26
Thank you for giving the chance to give back!
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Jessica Garbarino Sep 16
Thank you and team for an amazing event! I’ve had more “aha” moments and new ideas this weekend at than any other conference I’ve been to!
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Jessica Garbarino Sep 16
Between speaking about storytelling and taking about self publishing at I legit had a detailed dream last night that could be turned into a novel. The power of suggestion!
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Jessica Garbarino Aug 17
Would love to know if has an affiliate program - in LOVE with your business concept! I am so over traditional car rental companies and will fully support this share economy approach. You have a fan in this blogger.
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MagnifyMoney Aug 9
Got a lot of student loans? Here's what to tell someone you're dating: Great tips from , , !
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Jessica Garbarino Jul 24
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Jessica Garbarino Jun 13
I have been working on something in my personal life that I will go into more detail in a blog post next month. I got a home mortgage...with no credit score. It’s not a walk in the park but it is completely possible.
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Jessica Garbarino May 17
Replying to @FinConPodcasts
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Jessica Garbarino May 17
We all hear these amazing stories about becoming debt free in 18 to 24 months. I was bound and determined to become one of those success stories. But how realistic is it to pay off large amounts of debt in short time frames?
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Jessica Garbarino May 15
So I started a podcast...and it’s live on iTunes! (Google Play, Stitcher, et all, coming soon!)
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Jessica Garbarino May 10
In honor of Mother’s Day, I wanted to share the ways my mom has influenced my personal finance values. Thank you Mom for all the wisdom you have bestowed on me - I love you!
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Jessica Garbarino May 8
My recent personal experience with my uncle's serious car accident prompted me to write this post. It is my hope that someone will read it and take action to prepare for what we hope will never happen.
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Jon Acuff May 1
If everyone had to pay taxes like self-employed entrepreneurs pay taxes, there would be riots in the street.
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Jessica Garbarino Apr 30
Setting financial goals is a great way to make sure you are on the right path with your money; however, a review is necessary to make sure you are on track. Todays tip provides things you should consider when reviewing your money every 90 days.
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Jessica Garbarino Apr 29
Buying a home isn't always better than deciding to rent. Today's tip gives you some criteria to consider if you are ready to purchase a home.
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Jessica Garbarino Apr 28
Investing in professional development is no longer optional. You need to continually stay updated on your skill set so that you can be competitive in the marketplace. Today's tip provides some low cost and free ways to keep your knowledge up to date.
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Jessica Garbarino Apr 27
Negotiating your compensation effectively is a key skill to make sure you are being paid for the skills and ability to the organization. Today's tip provides ways to make sure you don't miss out on crucial dollars in your career.
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Jessica Garbarino Apr 26
Investing in your physical and mental health is just as important to your financial health as investing money for the future. Today’s tip gives you low-cost ways to begin taking care of your body and mind.
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