On this week’s episode of the Live Financially Savvy podcast, we talk to Makeda Smith of Smith & Partners Realty and Savvy Chicks in Real Estate.
Makeda Smith is a Multi-Million Dollar Producer as a licensed Real Estate Broker in the state of Illinois. She is the Co-Founder of Smith & Partners Realty Group INC. and CEO of Savvy Chicks in Real Estate INC.
Makeda and I talk a lot about her journey into the real estate world. She explains what buyers need to be aware of and gives advice on...
On this week’s episode of the Live Financially Savvy podcast, we talk to Kendra Barnes of The Key Resource.
Kendra created The Key Resource to be a resource for the community…pun intended! Kendra wanted to show us that Real Estate was not out of our reach and it is possible to purchase and build wealth through owning property.
We talk about different loans such as FHA loans, conventional loans and VA loans.
Kendra talks about her claim to fame, House Hacking! And we talk about how she...
On this episode of the Live Financially Savvy podcast, I talk about my favorite parts of May. I express my passion for getting this information to everyone in order to help others Live Financially Savvy!
I rehash my last May interview with Chris Costello of Blooom and how his work is helping everyone optimize their retirement accounts. Sign up for your FREE analysis here and use code TSA2018 to get your 1st month FREE!!
I also talk about the importance of gaining knowledge in order to...
Desiree Martinez is an entrepreneur, domestic wannabe, and Harry Potter junkie known for her social media content plans and always saying 'yes' to new adventures.
Desiree is a social media marketing entrepreneur, Air Force spouse & mom, and host of the Marketing For Your Boring Business Podcast. She is also the founder of All-In-One Social Media a subscription social media service focused on helping small business grow through focused social media content while putting military spouses to...
On this week’s episode of the Live Financially Savvy podcast, we talk to Chris Costello, one of the founders of Blooom.
Blooom (with 3 Os) is a robo advisor company that helps anyone with an employer sponsored retirement plan in the US know how their plan is truly working!
Are you fees too high, is your portfolio mix right for you?
I had so much fun recording this episode as he was very transparent in discussing his WHY for starting Blooom.
Be sure to listen for what Chris says...
On this week’s episode of the Live Financially Savvy podcast, we talk to Pam Balentine aka Pam the CPA of Viking CPA Group.
We talk about some of the new tax changes that took effect due to the new Tax Reform and we discuss some business formation options to consider.
Be sure to listen for what Pam says #LiveFinanciallySavvy means to her!
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On this week’s episode of the Live Financially Savvy podcast, we talk to Jasmine P, Green of Wealth Initiative Financial.
Jasmine talks about creating generational wealth by addressing your initials thoughts of money.
We tackle how she went from molecular biology to creating the Wealth Initiative Financial Group at 27 years old.
Tell me what you think of her definition of what Live Financially Savvy means at the end of the episode!
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On this week’s episode of the Live Financially Savvy podcast, we talk to Sonia Lewis of the Student Loan Doctor LLC.
Sonia talks about how she got started on her personal finance journey and when she found her passion for helping people with their debt.
Her company is doing amazing things in the short time they have been in business! Sonia has impacted so many people since she launched.
Tell me what you think of her definition of what Live Financially Savvy means at the end of the...
On this week’s episode of the Live Financially Savvy podcast, we talk to Selvin Quire of InQuire Higher, a College Consulting Group.
We talk about programs that InQuire Higher offer to students and their parents so that they are prepared for college.
Selvin and his wife believe that you don’t know what you don’t know, so they created their business to help navigate the process of starting higher education.
Tell me what you think of his definition of what Live Financially Savvy means at...
On this episode of the Live Financially Savvy podcast, we talk to Nehemiah Davis. Nehemiah is the founder of the Nehemiah Davis Foundation and The Circle of Greatness Academy. He is an amazing business man, philanthropist and author all by the age of 30.
I am excited to get to sit down and discuss all his success.
But most importantly we discuss his amazing mindset and why he considers himself a student as opposed to anything else. He also believes in giving back and this is evident with...
Today I have the honor of talking to the Credit King himself, Dominique Brown.
We talk all things credit and how he was able to achieve – the perfect credit score in America!!
We discuss the breakdown of your credit score
Next we discuss how to build real #GenerationalWealth, we want to move from consumer to owner.
We talk about getting 100 people to save $100 a month for 100 years… this is a plan where the next generations will be set! This is a movement we can start!!
April is Financial Literacy Month and I wanted to create a series where I hightlight men doing great things for our community this month.
I am kicking off my April series of Men in Finance and I start off with the Man of Cash himself, Ash Exantus aka Ash Cash of the Ash Cash Show!
Ash is an author of 6 books and his latest is called The Wake-Up Call: Financial Inspiration Learned from 4:44 + A Step by Step Guide on How to Implement Each Financial Principle. Ash talks about how he got the...
So as I get over the high of celebrating my birthday last week and speaking all things Life Insurance, I wanted to take this episode to be transparent with my audience on the time I robbed my future self!
Today I will discuss how I was able to pay off all my debt (consumer debt) AFTER I lost my long time job unexpectedly!
I talk about what I consider good debt vs bad debt and why I believe when you increase your bad debt, you are robbing your future self of earnings.
Be sure to let me...
Today is a special day, we are interviewing Ebony Ruffin of Ruffin Consulting Services to discuss how you can protect your most valuable asset AND it’s my birthday!!!
I love celebrating birthdays and I thought it would be fitting to discuss protecting your life on my birthday… not sure if that is ironic or not but you will definitely benefit from this episode and you will learn the importance of protecting your life in order to build generational wealth.
Ebony talks about the difference...
Today I get the opportunity to speak to the The Budgetnista herself, Tiffany Aliche! I am so excited to get the chance to pick her brain on all things finance and what it takes to become a dream builder.
Tiffany talks about how she was a 25 year old with perfect credit and owned her own home and then the recession hit and things changed and she had to figure out a way to get her finances in order.
Tiffany shares some great news about her new home ownership and what it took to get there....
On this week’s episode we talk to Jamila Souffrant of Journey to Launch! Jamila shares how she and her husband were able to save and invest a whopping $169K in 2 years!!!
Jamila talks about her journey to financial freedom and the difference between retiring and living financially free.
We discuss topics such as:
Jamila drops some amazing tips that will help you on your journey to launch to financial freedom.
Finally hear what #LiveFinanciallySavvy means to her, in her own words!!
On this week’s episode we talk women and stock investments with Cassandra Cummings. Cassandra is a licensed financial advisor and investment advisor representative. She created The Stocks & Stilettos Society after realizing there was a need for women to have a safe space to learn about investing. Cassandra was the first in her family to attend college, earning her degree in Accounting from the University of Southern California. She truly understands the importance of having a support...
This episode will give some background on me, Atiya aka The Savvy Accountant.
You will hear about the time I paid off all my debt, not once but twice!
And the story that led to me finally taking control over my finances, once and for all.
I would love to hear your comments, so please leave them.
And remember to tell me what #LiveFinanciallySavvy means to you.