Budgetnista Trusted Partners
SoFi Credit Score:
I partnered with SoFi to give you access to your right-now credit score—at no cost. Know your score before looking into any debt consolidation/balance transfer opportunities to have a better sense of your ability to qualify. (NO credit card required and checking does not impact your credit score)
My Debt List:
Use this sheet to calculate and organize all your debt. It will give you a crystal-clear picture of how much your debt is costing you (interest rate) and what the status of each account is (current, late, in forbearance, etc.).
(The #1 Money Saving App):
Trusted by 3.4 million users to help you find ways to save more, spend less, and take back control of your financial life. Try out their free version here if you’re looking for a more automated way to track your coins.
Opportun (Formerly Digit App):
One great strategy for paying off debt is being able to do it without having to think about it. Digit is an app that analyzes your spending habits and saves amounts you won’t feel, but that add up. Complimentary 6 months free access here:
SoFi Personal Loan:
If you’re on the market to consolidate or get rid of high-interest debt, SoFi allows you to check your rate and potential loan terms without any impact to your credit score.
Self Credit Builder Loan:
Self (formerly Self lender) offers credit builder loans. These can be an option if you have a low credit score or no credit history at all. You are essentially taking a loan out to yourself. Unlock your savings at the end, minus interest and fees. (Self DOES NOT use your credit score to qualify you and no credit check is required). Need more info? Read this:
Debt Education Resources
Get Good with Money:
NEW YORK TIMES, WALL STREET JOURNAL, AND USA TODAY BESTSELLER
A ten-step plan for finding peace, safety, and harmony with your money—no matter how big or small your goals and no matter how rocky the market might be—by the inspiring and savvy “Budgetnista.”
Made Whole Workbook
The ultimate hands-on workbook for anyone looking to get their finances in order—from budgeting to investing and everything in between—by Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche, the New York Times bestselling author of the smash hit Get Good with Money