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Whitney Hansen, Millennial Money Coach

Today’s guest is a personal finance coach and entrepreneur who specializes in helping millennials eliminate debt in order to achieve financial independence. Whitney aims to give millennials the financial tools they need while still making it fun and silly. She has her Master’s degree in business and her Bachelor’s degree in accounting.Whitney speaks from experience because she once found herself in $30,000 worth of debt and managed to pay it off in just 10 months.

In the interview we discuss how do you get a mortgage at 19? Whitney has a master’s degree and it totaled $472. What? We’ll talk about that. She has many achievements under her belt at a very young age and no doubt now helping many others with their financial mistakes, getting them on the right track.

If you’d like to learn more about Whitney visit her website whitneyhansen.com.

One of my favorite quotes from the interview: “When you have money, you have more confidence in your abilities.” – Click To Tweet

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