Upromise GoalSaver


Let me tell you something. You’re here because you know something. You know that saving is possible. You know because you can feel it.  It is this feeling that has brought you to me.

Do you know what I’m talking about?


Upromise GoalSaver

What if I told you saving for your goals just got easier?

What if I told you that there is a goal-saving resource that’s launching in September that can change the way you save?

What if I told you that this resource is free…. Yes. Free.

Do you want to know how?

Do you want to know what it is?


Upromise GoalSaver


Saving is all around us.  It is everywhere; even now, in this very post.
You can see it when you’re out shopping or when you turn on your television. Or when you go to work.

But you’ve been blinded from the truth.  You’ve been told it’s too hard. It cannot be done; not with your salary, not with kids or with that mortgage, not until you pay for this or pay off that.

Unfortunately, no one can be told that saving is possible. You have to see it for yourself.

This is your chance…..

Upromise GoalSaver

Choose the blue pill and you can turn away now and the story ends and you go back to your regular financial life.

Upromise GoalSaver

Or, you click the red pill and let Upromise by Sallie Mae show you saving for college and other goals is possible.


Let us show you how deep the savings rabbit hole goes….

Live richer,

The Budgetnista

Check back here next week. I’ll be showing you Upromise’s new savings tool.

About the Author Tiffany Aliche

Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche, is an award-winning teacher of financial education, America’s favorite, personal financial educator, and author of the New York Times Bestselling book, Get Good with Money. The Budgetnista is also an Amazon #1 bestselling author of The One Week Budget and the Live Richer Challenge series and most recently, a children's book, Happy Birthday Mali More.

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  1. Honestly I spent it as I made it and regret that now ,I never saved a dime only thing I have is pension and pray it’s there when I retire!

    1. If you’re currently working Dorsey, you can begin by cutting back on non-essential expenses and saving.

      If you’re not working, you can explore other means of income by exploring what you’re good at i.e. cooking, babysitting, sewing etc.

      As long as you’re here, it’s never too late to begin to make better choices.

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