Happy Brown Ambition Wednesday…and welcome back Tiffany!
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On today’s show, we cover:
-The repercussions of cosigning for a friend’s student loan (or any loan for that matter)
-Why using your extra cash to pay down your mortgage might not be the best idea, contrary to belief.
-The worst things you can do during a job interview
On today’s show, we tackle a ton of hot topics, including taking your questions on:
-The best side hustles for folks who are time-challenged
-How we really feel about using credit cards (and Dave Ramsey’s long-standing rule against plastic)
-How the bro-iness of the FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early) movement misses the mark with women of color (NY Times)
On Today’s Episode
Just Tiffany & I being brown and ambitious.
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On today’s show:
-#EatingBreakfastWhileBlack is now a thing, thanks to one woman who took it upon herself to Twitter shame a D.C. transit worker for eating her breakfast en route to her next shift.
-Fresh Off the Boat actress Constance Wu got dragged for some poorly timed/thought out tweets about her show’s success
-What the Trump/China trade war means for your wallet
And we take YOUR questions from Instagram on investing in real estate property.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and we have a message for those of you struggling with financial stress….IT GETS BETTER.
On today’s show, we’ll talk about ways we’ve coped with financial hardships in our past and present.
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