5 Steps On How To Pay Off IRS Debt

Dealing with IRS debt can be incredibly stressful and overwhelming—questions like how to pay off IRS debt have become popular. Thankfully, with the right knowledge and approach, it

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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. Beyonce isn’t the only

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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

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Debt Freedom Doesn’t Equal Wealth

Okay Dream Catcher, it’s time to tackle a common mindset misconception (and sometimes major barrier) to building wealth. It’s about debt…*nervous chuckle*. True or false statement: “I must

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The Power of an Online-Only Savings Account

  Saving money isn’t always fun. There, I said it! And, when you have to rely on yourself to take the money that’s sitting oh so prettily in

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How to Win the Credit Card Debt Fight

Okay, time to rip the band-aid off a very uncomfortable topic: DEBT.  Ever had this feeling? You go to the mailbox and quickly sift through the contents. Behind

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Your 3 Tools for Financial Wellness

  This is a sponsored post written in partnership with Prudential. All opinions expressed in this post are based on my personal view. – Hey, how are you doing?

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The First Lesson my Father Taught Me about Money: The Bike Story

Hello Sis-Star! In honor of Father’s Day, I want to share the most important, financial lesson I’ve learned to date. It’s one that my dad taught me and

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6 Steps to Buying Your Next Car in Cash

Are you planning on purchasing a new or used car in the future? Ever thought about paying for it in cash? To be honest, I’d always thought of that as

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What to do if You’re Late on a Mortgage Payment (6 Steps)

I get A LOT of questions behind the scenes…. A LOT! I’m committed to helping you get and stay on financial track, so I recently started an “Ask

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