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EPISODE 36 - PAYING FOR COLLEGE WITH DR. ANDREA JOHNSON

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...

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COUPLES AND MONEY INTERVIEW WITH THE COUPLES OF CAROLINA FACEBOOK GROUP

 
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EPISODE 25 - THAT LIGHTBULB MOMENT WITH PATRINA DIXON

Join Tiffany as she sits down with one of her idols, Patrina Dixon, as they discuss what pushed them to make better choices with money.  You will find that the stories are similar but very different.  Maybe this is your lightbulb moment!

About Our Guest
Patrina Dixon is a Certified Financial Education Instructor, International Speaker, award-winning author, Founder of It’$ My Money and hosts The Money Exchange Podcast which is dedicated to sharing stories on how everyday people are implementing various strategies to build wealth.

Patrina’s been quoted on Black Enterprise.com and has facilitated financial workshops for AARP and Chase. Patrina is also the host of the It’$ My Money local TV show in CT. Patrina’s audience for both her podcast and blog spans across many countries.

Patrina is married, a mom, and lives in CT.

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EPISODE 17 - MONEY IN THE MILITARY WITH JANEIL PIERRE

The military offers a lot of perks, but sometimes those perks can lead to irresponsibility when it comes to money.  Join Tiffany as she speaks with former soldier Janeil Pierre as they unpack what it is like, financially, to be in the military and making smart decisions while enrolled.  Also, they discuss buying cars and their budget killers aka vices.

About our Guest
Janeil Pierre is a financial success coach and owner of The Wealth Factor, a blog dedicated to financial independence.

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THE IMPORTANCE OF CREDIT (PART 1)

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According to Investopedia.com, credit is a contractual agreement in which a borrower receives something of value now and agrees to repay the lender at some date in the future, generally with interest.  Now, it would be great if there was nothing on your credit report because you never had to borrow money, but for most Americans, that is definitely not the case.  The goal of this series is to get you acquainted with your credit, the terminology, the importance of paying attention, and how to fix it on your own (you don't need to pay anyone).  Let's get started!

My Story
Before I started this financial journey, I didn't know anything about a credit report or score.  I would get medical bills and never pay them thinking they just went into the abyss after a while.  I figured once they stopped sending me the bills in the mail, they didn't care about them anymore.  So, I went a long as if nothing was happening.  When I was 19, I applied for my...

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