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W.T.F.F. (Working Towards Financial Freedom)

Helping you through those WTF personal finance moments

Rated 5 out of 5
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  • Banking
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  • Getting out of Debt
  • Investing
  • Student Loans


W.T.F.F. is a blog geared towards helping people understand the basics of personal finance through my (SDot) own experiences and the things I've learned along while traversing adulthood.


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ABC’s on how to handle your financial situation

Rated 5 out of 5
July 20, 2020

Wtff is a Great blog for learning about finances and easy to follow with super references for you to research for more information

Carolyn Dorsey

What a Life Saver!

Rated 5 out of 5
July 20, 2020

This blog has been everything I have ever needed. From breaking down what exactly my credit score means to teaching me how to avoid over spending due to my recent raise (also known as a lifestyle creep 🙃). I can literally feel myself gaining control of my finances with each new blog post! I also LOVE that this Black woman is using her platform to address what is happening in today’s society from Black Lives Matter to COVID-19. She is speaking on topics that need to be addressed all while broadening your perspective on financial literacy. I cannot get enough! It is definitely worth a read every week!

Brittany Skinner


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