The Great Recession had a major impact on Tiffany Aliche (aka “The Budgetnista”). She went from a happy pre-school teacher to unemployed living back home with her parents.
Over the next 10 years, she transformed her life. Tiffany built up a business that now makes $10 million per year!
How did “The Budgetnista” do this so fast? Find out on today's episode!
Tiffany Aliche (aka “The Budgetnista”) and I review the following:
- How she became unemployed and in debt to the tune of $300,000
- The steps she took to bounce back from unemployment
- How Tiffany Aliche became a multi-millionaire in 10 years
I've been following The Budgetnista's journey for years and I'm very inspired by her ability to achieve her big goals. If you're looking for motivation to achieve your dreams, check out this interview!
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Guest Bio – Tiffany Aliche (aka “The Budgetnista”)
Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche is America's favorite personal financial educator. Through her Live Richer Movement, she's helped over 1 million women save, manage, and pay off millions of dollars.
A former teacher for ten years with a Master's degree in Education, Tiffany was instrumental in getting The Budgetnista Law (A1414) passed in January 2019, making financial education mandatory for middle school students in New Jersey.
Tiffany Aliche Resources
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What do you think of the advice from The Budgetnista? Where are you on your financial journey?
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