LaTisha Styles, Millennial Money Expert, joins Heather Wagenhals, host and executive producer of Unlock Your Wealth Radio to help millennials budget, invest and achieve success through her expertise and simple finance strategies. In this interview you will find out how you can balance debt elimination and live in the moment, like a Millennial.
As a millennial herself, LaTisha offers an insight to the older generation on the millennial challenges and how she is actively helping others through financial struggles going on in today’s economy. You can tune in to the motivational speaker and millennial money expert herself, by listening to her weekly show, Young Finances TV. As the host and producer LaTisha motivates millennials by featuring funny, insightful videos on the basics of personal finance like building credit, starting to invest while helping guide millennials through LaTisha’s personal finance struggles.
“Several millennials (and anyone with student loan debt) feel like you can’t balance work and debt, but need to know their debt is leverage. It helped you get closer to your goals and as long as you can make the payments and manage your finances, then there is nothing to be super concerned about.” ~ LaTisha Styles
Tune in on the Libsyn Platform as LaTisha Styles offers her millennial advice and breaks down simple budgeting and finance strategies everyone should be doing with their money.
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Listen every Friday at 9AM PST on the Libsyn platform as host, Heather Wagenhals, interviews top money experts and shares her unique money management concepts that help you get your budget in line and savings straight.
More on LaTisha Styles and Young Money TV:
Young Money TV covers the basics of investing, beginner budgeting, and tips to use credit wisely for young professionals. Young Finances began in 2010 as a way for founder LaTisha Styles to share her struggles with money and hopefully prevent young people from making the same mistakes. Since starting Young Finances, LaTisha has paid off over 30,000 dollars of consumer debt, invested for retirement, and started a profitable business. LaTisha has been featured in The Economist, quoted in Forbes, and mentioned in US News as a top personal finance expert to follow on Twitter.