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Bad Financial Advice You Shouldn’t Follow

So, everyone is out here telling people they “should do this” and “should do that”, and most people DEFINITELY do not like unsolicited advice, especially financial advice. In my opinion, it is even worse when it is bad advice. As a

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Why You Need to End Credit Card Float Forever

I hate to be the bearer of bad news but credit card float is not something you want to continue doing. I know you might not be paying any credit card interest (yey) but technically you don’t have the money in

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Everything I Learned Buying My First Home

After 3 years of saving, 2389012 Zillow searches, 20+ showings, and 3 offers that fell through…we finally bought our forever home. This was my first time going through the homebuying process. Some parts were really easy and other parts were extremely

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5 Homebuying Myths That Scare First-Time Buyers

Buying a home can be terrifying if you’re a first-time home buyer. There is a ton of information out there, it is very easy to get overwhelmed. Maybe you’re someone who has avoided the process because you think you won’t qualify,

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5 Ways to Budget With an Irregular Income

Budgeting with an irregular income can be stressful. You’re not sure how much money you’re going to be bringing in month-to-month and figuring out your spending and money goals overwhelms you. If this is you, here are 5 ways to budget

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3 Steps to Get Back on Track If You Go Over Budget

Everyone messes up their budget. It’s just a fact. I’ve been budgeting for years and there are still months where I go over in one category or completely forget about something that had to be done during the month. Making mistakes

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5 Ways to Reduce Impulse Spending

Trust me when I say that impulse spending is easy. We have lived in a “24/7/365 buy buy buy” world our entire lives. So when you open your wallet without taking into consideration what it’s truly doing to your overall well

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Should You Do a Balance Transfer?

Credit card balance transfers can be a great tool to get out of high-interest debt faster BUT they are not always the best option. A balance transfer to a card with a much lower interest rate, ideally 0% APR, means that

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Why You Don’t Need A Budget Meeting

Budget meetings are tough. Some people SWEAR by them. I learned that they do NOT work for us. I prepared for MONTHS for our first budget meeting with Joe. I made excel files, printed worksheets, and put everything in a binder.

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Alli Williams

I’m the CEO of FinanciALLI Focused LLC and our mission is to help women & couples get rid of financial anxiety, build wealth & dream big.. You can pay off debt, save, and spend at the same time (I’ve done it, you can too). 

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