Tiffany Aliche

Author of 'Get Good with Money'

"The beauty of having an online-only savings account is you can create as many categories or buckets as you want or need. I have one for my travel, one for my house and one for a car. You could have one for birthdays, vacations and if you are a mommy, you might have one labeled ‘sports’ for your kids’ activities."


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Tiffany Aliche, also known as “the budgetnista,” is the author of “Get Good With Money,” a bestseller that draws on her own experience pulling herself out of financial insecurity in order to help anyone become as successful as she is.

In 2022, Aliche appeared in the Netflix documentary “Get Smart with Money,” which paired four struggling Americans with financial experts who helped them better manage their money and deal with debt, showcasing her practical skills.

Why She’s a Top Money Expert:

Aliche is boldly upfront about her past mistakes and shares practical advice to help the average person improve their finances.


What’s the one piece of money advice you wish everyone would follow and why?

Financial education is the best way to not only make sure you can make money but you can also maintain it. Education can look like podcasts, classes, social media, books, etc. 

What’s the most important thing to do to build wealth?

1. Make an income. 2. Spend less than you make/make more than you spend 3. Save some (at least 3 months of emergency savings. 4. Invest (examples include real estate, stock market, business, etc.) 5. Protect your wealth insurance and estate planning 

What’s your best tip for fighting the impacts of inflation?

1. Is to outpace it by investing. Your money has to make more than what inflation is costing you. 

2. Pay down high-interest-rate debt 

3. Working to make more such as a raise or a side hustle 

What’s the biggest mistake people make when it comes to money and what should they do instead?

Not aggressively getting rid of high-interest debt. It is costing you wealth, financial peace of mind and other opportunities. 

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