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Ep. 86 — How Tiffany Erased $18,000 Worth of Student Debt; Essencefest Observations; Marriage and Finances

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Ep. 86 — How Tiffany Erased $18,000 Worth of Student Debt; Essencefest Observations; Marriage and Finances

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We are BACK with a packed show. On the agenda for today:

Tiffany reveals how she got $18k of her student loan debt *POOF* forgiven! And we are spinning off this segment into an entire show dedicated to student loan debt. That means we need YOU to send us your student debt questions by visiting brownambitionpodcast.com or sending us an email at brownambitionpodcast[at]gmail[dot]com. 

We discuss Essencefest and Tiffany’s observation that some of the most powerful women in business are secretly…MISERABLE? Apparently money can only buy so much happiness. 

Then we take your questions: 

-How do I remove myself as a cosigner on my relative’s auto loan?

 -Should I get a credit card outside of my credit union? (As promised, here’s a link to MagnifyMoney’s credit card search tool)

-How do my husband and I split the mortgage now that we’re married?

Other updates:

Check out the latest issue of Fast Company! Brown Ambition was listed among the top 10 business podcasts to listen to. Thank you for your support!

 

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Mandi Woodruff, personal finance expert & journalist  and Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche, an award-winning financial educator and author of the New York Times bestseller “Get Good With Money.”

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