Episode 39: New Year, New (Richer) You

We were looking for a little kick in the financial butt to get us off to a smashing start in 2017 — so we invited Tiffany Aliche (rhymes with ceviche), “The Budgetnista,” to make a house call. Tiffany, the Energizer Bunny of personal finance, is famous for saving $40,000 in two years on a $35,000 salary (yes, you read that right). She used that money to buy a house and secure her own financial future, and now she’s helping others do the same. Plus, Kelly and I answer your questions (who pays for a wedding these days, and how you regroup if your spouse has been hiding debt), and we talk about our favorite apps for keeping your financial goals in check. Tune in. Ask your BFF to do the same. Discuss.

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    March 8, 2018

    Bonus Mailbag #8

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