Episode 40! Whew, 40 weeks of Money Talk With Tiff and we are still going strong! In this episode, Tiffany talks about marriage and how it can affect your financial picture. She also gives tips that she uses in her new marriage (yes, Tiffany is married now!) to try and get ahead of any potential money issues. Take notes!
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Have kids or are thinking about going back to school? You need to listen to this! Join Tiffany as she sits down with Dr. Andrea Johnson as they discuss how to pay for college.
About Our Guest
Dr. Andrea Johnson is the owner of ANJ Consulting Services, where she assists clients with developing solutions to their financial problems through individual consulting, workshops, and courses. She also holds a bachelor's and master's degree in sociology (North Carolina A&T State University and North Carolina State University respectively), a doctoral degree in Leadership Studies from North Carolina A&T State University and has completed the coursework for the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Certification Education Program through Wake Forest University. She has written several books on entrepreneurship, credit, and college planning, and is also the founder and president of BRIDGE, a nonprofit organization that promotes financial literacy and economic empowerment. Dr. Johnson...
Sometimes, being in a committed relationship and dealing with money can be hard. It doesn't have to be! Watch as a drop knowledge and tips on how to be good stewards of your money, TOGETHER.
Join Tiffany as she speaks with fellow single mom Raeshal Solomon about how they teach their kids about money. It is never too early to start the conversation so we give you practical tips and conversation starters to start the money talk.
About Our Guest
Raeshal Solomon is a young single mom, enthusiastic about combining her love of creating with her love of money management. Raeshal believes she has a knack for helping people understand the skills of money management. She is eager to share her knowledge with parents so they can teach their young children these easy to learn skills. She says “I am excited to change a whole generation through financial literacy.”
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What a night! Last night was Halloween, and I decided to do something different. Unfortunately, there was a tornado watch and warning issued for our area, so we could not go out and trick-or-treat as we usually do. Not only that, but I also did not buy any costumes to save money. I had to think of a frugal and smart way to have Halloween in the house this year. What do I do?!
After I finished working for the day, and before the boys came home, I had to brainstorm ideas to accomplish my goal. At this time, it was about 1:00 PM, and the boys get off the bus around 3:00 PM, so whatever I decided to do had to be quick. I thought about just canceling Halloween altogether and blame it on the weather, but I know that wouldn't have gone over well. The only thing they look forward to on Halloween is the candy, so I knew that had to be part of the equation somehow. Then, I had an idea! Let's trick-or-treat in the house!
I left and went to Walmart to get some candy. Of...