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Tiff The Budgetnista
America's favorite financial educator & #1 bestselling author: The One Week Budget. HuffPost blogger. Seen on: TODAY/ MSNBC/ TIME/ NYTimes/ FORBES/ Reuters
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Tiff The Budgetnista Mar 25
Yes!!!
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Gwendolyn Tyus Mar 24
Yes. My score was raised by 100 points. I just refinanced my 15% interest rate car loan to 3% with Navy Federal
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Tiff The Budgetnista Mar 25
Thank you!
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Tiff The Budgetnista Mar 25
That was crazy! $500,000 is MORE than enough.
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Tiff The Budgetnista Mar 25
Thank you!
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Tiff The Budgetnista Mar 25
Thank you!
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Tiff The Budgetnista Mar 25
Soooo honored... Woman of the Year. Wow! Thank you Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. Gamma Omicron…
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Tiff The Budgetnista Mar 25
I'm being honored with "The Woman of the Year Award" by the Zetas this afternoon. - This…
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Tiff The Budgetnista Mar 24
Do you want to learn how to raise your score 100 pts in 1yr? Join me here:
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Aisha Mar 24
I switched to Google & got a Pixel. Best phone I've ever had & my bill is $45/month!!
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Focused Spender Mar 24
Spilling all the ☕️
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Focused Spender Mar 24
I lisented to your interview twice wondering who stole your money!
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Focused Spender Mar 24
I have always been under the impression that if you did nothing an IRA would grow! Owing them is crazy?
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Tiff The Budgetnista Mar 24
It was an IRA. I was 22 and trying to be financially responsible, so I open a retirement account, so I gave $2k.
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Tiff The Budgetnista Mar 24
Exactly! An IRA should grow, especially after 15 years. I'm glad I didn't invest more that $2000
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Tara Andrews Mar 23
I love my iPhone 6 Plus (I have not upgraded because it is in good condition and still functions well.
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Kay Ballard Mar 23
iPhone 6 Plus. It has never done me wrong.
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Queen Mar 23
I have an iPhone and I love it
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Tiff The Budgetnista Mar 24
THIS is why I teach financial education to women now. So they can avoid the mistakes I've made.
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Tiff The Budgetnista Mar 24
1st they should have NEVER taken all my savings at 22. 2nd in 15 years, how do I end up owing in my own IRA?
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